MIDLOTHIAN — Dallas Christian scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to beat Fort Worth Christian 21-10 on Saturday night in a TAPPS Division II quarterfinal playoff game.The Chargers’ Taylor Carson scored two touchdowns and had over 100 yards of total offense, including the game’s first score, a 5-yard catch from quarterback Brody Frazier that gave Dallas Christian a first-quarter lead. On the ensuing possession, Fort Worth Christian drove deep into Chargers territory, only to come up empty-handed after a missed field-goal attempt. But the Cardinals (8-4) tied the score in the second quarter on a 5-yard run by Jake Roberson, who also had a 45-yard romp on the drive.Both offenses had trouble getting untracked in the third quarter, with the Chargers turning the ball over on downs after advancing to Fort Worth Christian’s 20-yard line. Dallas Christian forced a punt, but FWC’s defense came up with an interception to set up a 39-yard field goal by Jake Kane that put the Cardinals up 10-7 heading into the fourth quarter.But from that point on, all the momentum belonged to Dallas Christian (12-0).The Chargers produced a long drive that appeared to stall on fourth down, but a defensive holding penalty on the Cardinals gave Dallas Christian an opening. On the next play, Frazier connected with Dominique Weaver for a 22-yard touchdown pass to put the Chargers up 14-10. Fort Worth Christian answered with a lengthy drive of its own, but the Cardinals were unable to convert on fourth down.The Chargers quickly responded, sealing the victory via a 76-yard touchdown run by Carson.Dallas Christian will face Midland Christian next Saturday at Clyde’s Bulldog Stadium at a time to be determined.