Rockwall-Heath’s offense too much for Kimball, 38-6

(Dallas Morning News) GARLAND — There’s no such thing as having too many offensive weapons. On Friday, Rockwall-Heath used its Class 4A Division I, Region II playoff game to showcase the depth of its arsenal.

Whether it was freshman running back Rico Henderson or wide receivers Amaris Fields and Shyon Motlagh, Heath found success, easily blowing past Dallas Kimball, 38-6, at Homer B. Johnson Stadium.

Henderson and Fields set the tone in the first half, combining for 186 yards of offense and three scores as Heath (11-1) took a 28-6 lead into halftime.



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