Fort Worth South Hills quarterback Tracin Wallace capped a strong debut Friday night by throwing for the winning touchdown in his team’s 28-23 season-opening win against Joshua at Scarborough-Handley Field.
In the game’s final minute, Wallace found receiver Antwan Roberson streaking up the middle from 18 yards to erase a 3-point deficit.
Wallace threw four touchdown passes, including two to Treylon LaSalle.
LaSalle caught a game-high six passes for 103 yards. Michael Bailey carried 14 times for 130 yards as the Scorpions displayed offensive balance from coach J.J. Resendez’s three-receiver set.
Joshua’s Mike Burt nearly saw his team rally for a come-from-behind win in his debut as the school’s head coach.
Quarterback Garrett Hoffman threw and ran for nearly 300 combined yards and his 25-yard scoring pass to Ray Arriola with 3:22 remaining in the fourth quarter nearly proved a game-winner.
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