DALLAS — Quarterback Tracin Wallace threw two touchdown passes and ran in another score to help Fort Worth South Hills beat Dallas Pinkston 35-16 on Thursday at Kincaide Stadium.
Wallace, who threw for 176 yards and ran for another 21, led a South Hills comeback that began in the third quarter. Trailing, 16-15, South Hills (3-0) took the lead on Wallaces 60-yard touchdown pass to Treylon LaSalle early in the period.
The Scorpions added two more touchdowns in the fourth quarter to pad the lead.
Pinkston opened the game by driving deep into South Hills territory only to fumble at the 1-yard line. Manning Bailey recovered the fumble for the Scorpions. One play later, Antwan Roberson launched a 90-yard touchdown on a halfback pass to Joseph Smith to give South Hills an early 7-0 lead.
Pinkston (2-1) tied the game later in the first quarter when Deion Higgins connected with Dione Smith for a 20-yard touchdown.
Trailing, 10-7, South Hills took a 15-10 lead when Roberson scored on a 13-yard run with 14 seconds left in the half.
Tylan Wallace and Demarius Woods each had interceptions for South Hills.
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