After narrowly missing the playoffs by one game last season, Fort Worth South Hills wants a taste of the postseason.The Scorpions (2-0) racked up more than 650 yards of offense in a 76-21 stomping over Fort Worth Paschal on Thursday night at Scarborough-Handley Field.South Hills sophomore quarterback Tracin Wallace had a career game, accounting for eight touchdowns. The 2013 Star-Telegram Super Team Newcomer of the Year went 14-of-18 passing for 304 yards and four touchdowns. He added another 246 yards on the ground and four more scores.The Scorpions were hitting on all cylinders against the Panthers’ defense, putting up 42 points in the first half. Wallace put the game away in the second quarter, finding Treylon LaSalle for a 67-yard touchdown pass and on the next drive he bolted 98 yards for a 28-point lead. LaSalle finished with 187 yards receiving on eight catches, utilizing his speed off of screen passes to find the end zone three times.Defensively, the Scorpions were just as effective, forcing the Panthers to punt seven times and coming up with two interceptions.Five of Wallace’s eight touchdowns came in the second half. After a 59-yard run late in the third quarter, he shared the spot light with his twin brother, wide receiver Tylan Wallace, on a 23-yard touchdown pass.Sophomore running back Kyran Jackson scored two touchdowns and ran for 72 yards.