Heath Hawks blow out Rowlett, 45-0; Rockwall loses big
ROCKWALL – Backup sophomore quarterback Jordan Hoy threw six touchdown passes – three to wide receiver Shyon Motlagh – as the Heath Hawks blew out the Rowlett Eagles 45-0 last night in their Homecoming game at Wilkerson-Sanders stadium.
Hoy was filling in again for regular senior QB Chase Schultz who sat out the game after suffering a concussion during the first quarter of last week’s game against Richland. Hoy completed 24 of 37 passes for 276 yards and no interceptions.
Motlaugh scored the Hawks’ first three TDs catching 13 and 14 yard passes, and then catching a short pass and racing 63-yards for the score – all in the first half. He also caught a fourth pass and finished with 99 yards receiving.
Joy also threw TD passes to Rico Henderson for two yards and R.J. Williams for 55 yards in the third quarter and Jokorean Swanson for 23 yards in the fourth quarter.
Henderson led Hawks runners with 83 yards on 18 carries.
Kicker Ethan Smith accounted for nine points for Heath with six PATs and an 18-yard field goal with just over one minute left in the game.
The Hawks (3-1) defense limited Rowlett (1-3) to just 198 yards of offense, after the Eagles had been averaging 433 yards and 32 points per game. Texas A&M recruits Jordan Points and Jay Arnold harassed quarterback Carson Hyles all night.
Hawks defensive back Parker Wood recovered a fumble and had an interception, and DB Kevin Wharry limited Rowlett star receiver Chris Heath to just one catch for nine yards.
MCKINNEY BOYD 44, ROCKWALL 7
Boyd converted four Rockwall turnovers into 24 points in the first half and crushed Yellowjackets 44-7 at Ron Poe Stadium in McKinney.
Boyd (2-2) running back Bryan Driskell raced 72 yards for a touchdown on McKinney’s first play from scrimmage, scored again on a 33-yard run, returned a punt 62 yards for a TD and finished with 221 yards on just 13 carries.
Boyd’s Taylor Fann also returned a fumble 31 yard for a TD.
Late in the fourth quarter, Rockwall’s Zach Berryman raced around end 74 yards for the Yellowjackets (1-3) only TD.
Boyd outgained Rockwall 457 yards total offense to 297. Rockwall fumbled six times and lost four. Yellowjackets QB Dylan Campman also had a pass intercepted.
By J.J. Smith