Junior Mitchell Parsley passed for five touchdowns, ran for another and forced a fumble leading to a score as Crowell beat May 78-52 to win the six-man Division I championship Saturday.
It was the first six-man game at the $1.2 billion home of the Dallas Cowboys.
Parsley completed 24 of 28 passes for 309 yards and converted six of 10 straight-on point-after kicks, worth two points each. Crowell (14-1) won the title in its first appearance in a championship game.
Junior Brant Harris scored three touchdowns for May (14-1), which was seeking a second title after winning one in 1977.
May led 8-6 late in the first quarter when Crowell responded with three consecutive touchdowns.
The smaller six-man field, 80 yards long by 40 yards wide, was placed in the middle of the Cowboys' field with temporary goal posts erected on the goal lines of the 100-yard field.
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Quarterback Ben Davis struggled, throwing five interceptions as the #3 Graham Steers lost 38-14 against #1 Argyle, ending their season in the 3A Div. II State Semifinals for a second-straight season.
The Steers' normally-potent offense struggled to get anything going, being held scoreless in the first half by a strong Eagle defense that did not even allow Graham inside its 20 yard line before the half.
Graham trailed 35-0 before Davis scored from a yard out late in the third quarter to put the Steers on the board.
After a field goal by Argyle's Cole Hedlund, Graham senior Spur Hearne scored from four yards out with 26 seconds remaining to account for the final score.