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HS Roundup: Coyote Football Impresses in Scrimmage

Wichita Falls High school was impressive in its only scrimmage of the season, when they faced Hirschi Friday night at Memorial Stadium.

Both first-string quarterback Eric Butler and second-teamer Johnathan Campbell led the Coyote offense to a pair of touchdown drives each between the scripted and timed portions of the scrimmage, while the Coyote defense kept the Huskies out of the end zone.

Hirschi played without star running back Cedric Battle, who originally had planned to move to DeSoto, before his family decided not to move. He is expected to return to practice with the Huskies Monday.

The Coyotes will open up their season this coming Friday night at 7 p.m., facing Mansfield Summit on the road.

Hirschi will host Bowie that same night at 7:30 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.

High School Volleyball Scores

Lu Allen Memorial - Graham

Vernon     0
Monterey 2
25-21, 25-16

Vernon 2
Caprock 1
21-25, 25-23, 25-22
VER: Jaylan Thomas 9 K, 13 D, Haiden Abernathy 17 D, Jaci Daniels 24 Ast

Vernon 2
Graham 0
25-12, 25-20

Vernon 0 (10-5)
Seguin 2
25-13, 26-28, 25-21
Abernathy 14 D, Daniels 21 Ast

Holliday  2
Hawley   0
25-21, 25-12
HOL: Kinsey Duncan 13 K, Beka Hardin 6 Aces

Holliday        1
Denver City  2
25-23, 19-25, 25-15
HOL: Duncan/Miami Robertson 10 K each, Kenli Bedingfield 20 digs

Holliday  2
Eastland  0
25-10, 25-13
HOL: Duncan 10 K, Kelsee Trainham 6 K, 4 Aces

Granbury Tournament

Rider     0
Trinity  2
25-16, 25-23

Rider             2
Lake Dallas  0
25-10, 25-18

Rider      1
Canyon  2
25-18, 15-25, 25-20

Rider        2
Lubbock  0
25-23, 25-16

Rider makes Gold bracket, faces Copperas Cove Saturday at 1 p.m.

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