McKinney Boyd 57, Lewisville 7

McKinney Boyd blasted Lewisville, 57-7, on Friday, to improve its record to 2-3. The Broncos led, 28-0, at the half.

Boyd quarterback Curtis Ladd threw for 195 yards and three touchdowns -- one to Dedrick Scrivens who also scored three rushing touchdowns.

The Broncos posted over 500 yards of total offense in the win. Boyd now has a bye and will begin District 10-5A play on Friday, Oct. 11 at Plano West.

Denton Ryan 49, McKinney High 20

McKinney was thumped by Denton Ryan, 49-20, on Friday, dropping its season mark to 3-2.

The Lions trailed, 42-0, at halftime.

McKinney quarterback Brian Sutter tossed two touchdown passes in the second half, one to Marcus Cross, the other to TV Williams. 

Tyree Johnson had a late rushing TD for the Lions.

McKinney also has a bye this week and will begin district play on Thursday, Oct. 10 versus Plano.

Sherman 55, McKinney North 44

McKinney North dropped its District 13-4A opener to Sherman on Thursday, 55-44, at Ron Poe Stadium.

The Bulldogs (1-3) trailed, 21-0, in the first quarter but fought back to tie the score, 38-38, in the second half.

North had the ball, trailing 48-44, with three minutes left to play but a Sherman interception deep in Bulldog territory and subsequent touchdown sealed the outcome. 

Nick Hutchins returned two interceptions for touchdowns for North.

The Bulldogs' first touchdown came on an 89-yard pass from Ben Dutze to Tre Sanders.

McKinney's Antonio Oliver looks for running room against Denton Ryan on Friday.

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McKinney's Antonio Oliver looks for running room against Denton Ryan on Friday.

McKinney North quarterback Ben Dutze scrambles for yardage against Sherman on Thursday.

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McKinney North quarterback Ben Dutze scrambles for yardage against Sherman on Thursday.