Houston Forward Times

08 October 2013 Written by  Nicholas A. Norman

Game Wrap - High School Football

Worthing Holds On to beat Kashmere 36-22
Worthing compiled over 400 yards total offense and held on to beat Kashmere 36-22 on Saturday night.

Worthing was first to score on the night when Alfred Robertson ran for a 3 yard touchdown. Kashmere scored before the end of the first quarter on a 29-yard pass from A’Darrion Christie to Joseph Cormier. Kashmere recovered a fumble for a touchdown to take the lead 14-7. Worthing scored on a 15 yard pass from Robertson to Traveon Auzenne and both teams went in at the half tied 14-14.

Worthing would use the run game to score the next 22 points in the game led by quarterback Robertson to take the lead and never look back. Kashmere scored late on a 1 yard run by Anthony Jones with 1:05 left in the fourth quarter.

Furr Tallied up 450 yards of Offense to beat Washington 55-7
It seemed Washington couldn’t get past early self inflicted wounds to beat Furr as Furr was able to run past Washington 55-7.

Furr was able to move the ball on their first drive and capped it off with a 37-yard run by Brandon Foster. On the next drive, Washington was unable to move the ball and had to punt. The ball was too high to grab and went over the punter’s head. He recovered it on the 12 yard line. Two plays later, Avery Davis hit Donte Dixon for a 10-yard touchdown pass. Quickly the score was 14-0. A turnover on the next drive led to another pass from Davis, this time a 15-yard pass to Stacy Piro.

Furr would score again on a 1-yard run by Foster before Washington would get their only touchdown from Neal Blacklock. He would break free for a 42 yard run. He finished the game with 28 carries for 183 yards and one touchdown.

Furr had two 100-plus rushers in Brandon Foster and JaMarcus Bailey. Foster had 7 carries for 147 yards and 3 touchdowns while Bailey had 16 carries for 136 yards and one touchdown.

Jones Rushes for over 450 yards in 38-21 Win Over Sterling
It was a running back’s dream as Jones was able to tally up 460 rushing yards en route to a 38-21 victory over Sterling.

They also added 150 pass yards to total 610 yards of offense in the game.

The game started off with Sterling scoring first on a 14-yard run by Demetrius Davis. Sterling held Jones to no score in the 1st quarter. Sterling scored again when John Dixon caught a pass and took it 71-yards for a score from Ja’Quan McKnight.

Jones would score the next four scores starting with a 71 yard run from Devonta Carter. Jones had two rushers to gain over 100-yards. Frank Johnson ran 20 times for 193-yards and one touchdown and Devonta Carter ran 6 times for 115 yards and two touchdowns. LeBradford Carr caught 3 receptions for 101 yards and 1 touchdown.

Demetrius Davis for Sterling ran the ball 23 times for 153 yards and two touchdowns.

Westside Gains almost 600 yards in 67-13 Victory Over Westbury
Westbury was unable to stop Westside’s offensive attack as Westside gained 581 yards of total offense to beat Westbury 67-13.

Westside scored very quickly when Michael Haywood connected with Frank Iheanacho on a 5-yard touchdown pass. Haywood connected with Bobby Hartzog on a 64-yard pass to push the lead to 14-0. Westside was able to score two more times in less than a minute when they scored on a 18-yard fumble recovery by Blake Teltschik. They scored very quickly after that when Haywood ran 23 yards to the endzone.

Haywood would finish the game completing 7 of 11 passes for 174 yards and 4 touchdowns. He also carried the ball 6 times for 132 times and one rushing touchdown. Westside had 2 other 100 yard rushers in Jacob Guiterrez and Lorean Easley. Guiterrez ran 7 times for 104-yards and one touchdown while Easley ran 11 times for 106-yards and two touchdowns.

Hartzog finshed with 2 receptions for 110-yards and one touchdown. Westbury’s Joshua House threw for 285-yards and two touchdowns.

Bellaire Overcomes a Scoreless 1st Quarter to beat Madison 42-7
Bellaire seemed to be heavily favored in this matchup going into Friday. At the end of the first quarter the score was 0-0 as Madison was able to keep Bellaire out of the endzone.

To start the second quarter Madison was first on the board with a 6-yard fumble recovery return for a touchdown by Adrian Carter. As Madison had the first lead in the game it seems as if that was a wake up call for Bellaire. They went on to score 42 unanswered points.

They started their score when Ryheem Malone took a pass from Trevon Smith and went 55 yards for the score. Malone also scored late in the third on a 88 yard punt returned for a touchdown.

Bellaire got another special teams play from Kimel Beauman when he intercepted a pass and took it 50 yards for a touchdown.

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