Humble rolls to second straight victory
Humble quarterback Dexter Wible threw for three touchdowns and four Wildcats scored two touchdowns apiece in a lopsided 61-0 victory over Aldine on Saturday at Turner Stadium.
Wible completed seven of eight passes for 146 yards, including touchdown throws of 67 and 29 yards to Robert Williams and a 16-yard scoring strike to Dontee McCrary, who also scored on a 63-yard punt return.
Zaveri Harris scored on touchdown runs of 38 and 20 yards while X’zaiver Sydney added scoring runs of 5 and 28 yards. The two combined for 261 yards rushing for the game.
The Wildcats, now 2-0, also got a 72-yard touchdown pass from Jeremiah Price to Donald Harper.
In a battle between two of the area’s top three teams, No. 3 Atascocita fell 56-14 to top-ranked Katy on Friday at Turner Stadium. The Eagles were in it early when quarterback Brice Matthews completed a 36-yard touchdown pass to Darius Edmonds that tied the game, 7-7. The Eagles, now 1-1, scored again in the third quarter when Matthews threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Bobb.
The Falcons started fast with 21 first-quarter points and rolled to a 42-7 victory over Fulshear at home on Friday. Running back A.J. San Miguel scored three touchdowns and quarterback Justin Shively threw for two more in the rout. Brendyn Cosby ran for another score and Noah Zamora caught a touchdown pass.
The Mustangs team tennis squad opened district play with a 13-6 victory over Atascocita. Kingwood returns to district action next week with matches on the road at South Houston on Tuesday and Baytown Sterling on Friday. Both matches begin at 3:30 p.m.
Quarterback Hudson Dezell threw for three touchdowns and running back Desmond Benjamin ran for three more as the Panthers rolled to a 42-13 victory over Waltrip at Turner Stadium on Thursday. Dezell, who completed 21 of 24 passes for 261 yards, threw touchdown passes of 24, 80 and 19 yards to John Golden, Canen Adrian and J’Kyle Martin respectively.
The Bulldogs dropped a 44-20 decision to Pearland Dawson on the road Friday. Summer Creek, 0-2, opens District 22-6A play at 7 p.m. Thursday with Pasadena Memorial at Turner Stadium.