The Kennedale Wildcats cruised to a big lead at the half then coasted to a 70-0 victory against Fort Worth Diamond Hill-Jarvis in a District 6-3A game Thursday at Clark Stadium.
Kennedale (3-4, 2-0 in 6-3A) scored touchdowns on each of its eight first-half possessions to build a 55-0 lead at the half.
Nothing went right for Diamond Hill-Jarvis (0-7, 0-2) as the Eagles fumbled their first snap from scrimmage and Kennedale’s Dailyn Wells recovered it at the Diamond Hill 29-yard line.
Two plays later, Donny Darville ran it in from 16 yards out to give Kennedale a 7-0 lead 26 seconds into the game.
Kennedale dominated on both sides of the ball, especially in the first half, as the Wildcats’ longest drive was three plays. The Wildcats allowed the Eagles minus-8 yards of total offense and no first downs in the first half and just 14 yards for the game.
Following a Bradon Hull 8-yard TD run that gave Kennedale a 21-0 lead, Diamond Hill-Jarvis return man Raymundo Valero returned the ensuing kickoff 77 yards to the Kennedale 13-yard line.
The Eagles did manage to move to the Wildcats’ 9, but a fumbled snap on a field goal attempt ended Diamond Hill’s best scoring chance.
Juwan Washington had 133 yards rushing on just four carries, all in the first half, and had TD runs of 30 and 59 yards.
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