Monday, September 6, 2010

Texas power scores 80

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — The No. 1 high school football team in Texas scored 80 points at Cowboys Stadium — again.
Euless Trinity routed six-time Arkansas state champion Shiloh Christian 80-26 on Monday. Both schools are among the nation’s top high school teams. They played in the first of four Labor Day games at the NFL home of the Dallas Cowboys.
Last November at Cowboys Stadium, Trinity beat Flower Mound won 80-27 in a first-round playoff game and went on to capture its third state title in five years.
That was the most points by an 11-man team in the Texas prep playoffs since 1941. The record is 124 by Waco in a 1927 game.
Trinity had 708 total yards against Shiloh and scored on all but one possession. The Trojans had 10 rushing touchdowns, including two each by Terrence Tusan and Tevin Williams.
Tusan and Williams both ran for more than 100 yards even without carrying the ball after halftime, when Trinity led 53-20.

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