Results for the teams ranked in The Associated Press Texas high school football poll.
1. Euless Trinity (5-0) beat Colleyville Heritage 42-7.
2. Katy (4-0) beat Katy Seven Lakes 62-21.
Eli Untermeyer granted the wish of every Grape Creek High School football fan at Friday night’s homecoming game.
Running almost exclusively out of the wishbone formation, the senior running back rumbled for 420 yards and six touchdowns on 30 carries in leading the Eagles to a 46-17 win over the Alpine Bucks in their District 2-2A opener. Untermeyer tallied 271 of his yards on touchdown runs of 35, 25, 66, 54, 12 and 79 yards.
The Sulphur Springs sub-varsity football teams split Thursday night games played against different foes.
In Denison, the junior varsity scored a 42-0 victory while the ninth grade A team lost 50-37 and the ninth grade B team fell by a 28-0 count.
In eighth grade action, Sulphur Springs swept all three games played against Mount Pleasant at Gerald Prim Stadium.
With the season changing to a more favorable time for football, most teams are starting to look ahead to district. For most of the area teams, district play is only a week or two away. Cumby has been busy with a week of homecoming activities hosting Union Hill at Frazier-Lawrence Field. Como-Pickton is gearing up after an off week for the undefeated Hawkins. Cooper travels to Lone Oak to face off with a former district foe. Winnsboro is open this week after a loss to rival Mount Vernon. Mount Vernon rounds out non-district play with a road game against Canton.