McKinney's Antonio Oliver (17) is wrapped up here, though he did rush for over 160 yards Thursday.

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McKinney's Antonio Oliver (17) is wrapped up here, though he did rush for over 160 yards Thursday.

 

The McKinney Lions fell to Carrollton Newman Smith, 17-7, Thursday at Ron Poe Stadium. Walker Torrain scored the Lions' lone touchdown on a 1-yard run in the first quarter.

McKinney (1-2) was slowed by four turnovers – three interceptions and a fumble. The Lions have a bye next week and begin district play on Friday, Sept. 26 at Wylie.

 

The McKinney Boyd Broncos had their hands full Friday against No. 1-ranked Allen.

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The McKinney Boyd Broncos had their hands full Friday against No. 1-ranked Allen.

 

McKinney Boyd was defeated Friday by No. 1-ranked Allen, 58-28, at Ron Poe Stadium. Broncos running back Dedrick Scrivens rushed for nearly 160 yards and scored two touchdowns in the loss. Stephen Driskell caught two scoring passes from Boyd quarterback Grant Restmeyer.

Boyd (1-2, 0-1) faces Flower Mound (1-2, 0-1) on Friday.

 

McKinney North's Gabe Constantine nabs a pass in Friday's win over Richardson Pearce.

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McKinney North's Gabe Constantine nabs a pass in Friday's win over Richardson Pearce.

 

McKinney North romped past Richardson Pearce, 54-16, Friday behind Ronald Jones' 270 yards rushing and four touchdowns. Bulldog quarterback Nick Hutchins also rushed for two scores as North pushed its record to 3-0.

The Bulldogs have a bye this week.