JOSHUA — Fort Worth Paschal (2-0) scored the game’s first four touchdowns en route to a 49-14 nondistrict win in Joshua (0-3) on Friday night at Owl Stadium.
Using a no-huddle offense, Paschal (2-0) produced 651 yards spread among several speedy contributors.
The Paschal speed proved the difference as wide receiver Darrell James and the receiving corps contributed five receptions of 20 yards or more.
James scored three touchdowns and Kelly Darrough produced a fourth.
Quarterback Dylan Thomas rushed for 152 yards and threw for 150 and a touchdown. His backup, Gibson Duwey, passed for 130 yards and two scores.
Justin Woodard rushed for two first-quarter touchdowns.
Thomas then ran for a 7-yard score 3:19 into the second quarter and his 46-yard aerial strike to Darrough gave the Panthers a 28-0 advantage.
Joshua quarterback Garrett Hoffman rushed for 75 yards and passed for 138.
The offense contributed 13 first downs, but could not match the Panthers’ big plays as the Owls fell to 0-3.
William Floyd played the final series at quarterback for Paschal and completed 6 of 7 passes for 44 yards.
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