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Middle School Football roundup: Carrillo, Daniel lead Crownover eighth-graders past Lake Dallas

The one-two punch of Michael Carrillo and Brandon Daniel of Crownover was too much for Lake Dallas in a 37-16 decision in an eighth-grade A game Tuesday night.

Carrillo rushed for 147 yards on 13 carries and scored two touchdowns, while Daniel carried 11 times for 137 yards and a pair of TDs.

In addition, Daniel was 3-of-3 passing for 53 yards.

Carrillo scored on runs of 5 and 60 yards. Daniel crossed the goal line on runs of 15 and 35 yards.

Luke Cullum scored on a 3-yard TD reception from Daniel. Defensively, Coleman Grubbs had an interception.

The Cowboys (7-0) finished the regular season unbeaten and will compete for the district championship next Tuesday.

 

Calhoun eighth-grade A 22, Harpool 12

Caleb Osuofa rushed for 275 yards on only 10 carries in leading Calhoun to a victory over Harpool.

Osuofa scored on runs of 80, 80 and 95 yards to pace the Cougars (2-5).

 

McMath eighth-grade A 8, Navo 0

Xavier Scott was a constant in McMath beating Navo.

Scott rushed for 90 yards on nine carries and made 10 tackles, including two for losses. Meanwhile, Kevin Mohair caught a 27-yard touchdown pass from Edson Vasquez for what turned out to be the winning score, with Vasquez adding the point after.

Vasquez was 4-of-11 passing for 70 yards.

Also for the Tigers (6-1), Hayden Cole had an interception and Hayden Gray had a fumble recovery. Dezmond Johnson had three tackles for losses, Tevan McAdams added two tackles for losses and Rodney Gladney had a fumble recovery.

 

McMath eighth-grade B 12, Navo 0

Pedro Reza and Dawson Wright lifted McMath to a win over Navo.

Reza scored on a 31-yard run, and Wright had a 40-yard interception return.

Also for the Tigers (4-3), Pearson Schroll had a fumble recovery and Cody Roche made seven tackles. Other defensive contributors were Nash Truitt, Steve DeAlva, Griffen Marchand and Eric Muro.

Offensively, other productive players were David Gujardo and Benton Broadbent.

McMath's offensive line got plenty of support from Spencer McDaniel, Zack Johnson, Matthew West, Logan Malt and Jason Howard.