A fast-moving Fort Worth Southwest offense scored three touchdowns in the game’s first four minutes Friday and never trailed in a 46-20 District 7-4A opener against Fort Worth Wyatt at Clark Stadium.
The Raiders (3-1, 1-0) began the game with a three-play, 75-yard drive that finished with a 33-yard scoring pass from Devin Williams to Trey Nevels.
Wyatt’s Javonte Adams then returned the ensuing kickoff 95 yards to tie the game 7-7.
At that point, however, Southwest’s hurry-up offense took over, as Williams completed two TD passes to Isiah Holmes in a span of just over three minutes.
Holmes would catch another touchdown in the second half, and the Raiders’ offense proved effective running the ball as well.
Jameion Williams led the ground attack as he rumbled for 164 yards and a pair of second-half scores. Rhys Ewing contributed two field goals, from 33 and 25 yards.
Overall, the Raiders’ no-huddle offense amassed more than 400 total yards.
Devin Williams came into the game as the district’s leading passer. On Friday, he completed passes to five receivers, with no reception shorter than 10 yards.
Nevels led the team with four catches and 87 yards.
Adams provided most of the offense for the Chaparrals (1-3, 0-1), as he gained 102 yards on 22 hard-fought carries.
Adams also took a brief turn at quarterback in the second quarter and completed a 15-yard touchdown pass to Mike Thomas.
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