It took Plano West just 16 seconds to take a 7-0 lead over Hebron Friday night at Hawk Stadium, courtesy senior running back Soso Jamabo.
The Allen-Plano West football showdown could have a major hand in crowning the District 6-6A champion.
Fox Sports Southwest took notice and will be sending its “DQ Big Game of the Week” crew to Clark Stadium in Plano next Friday for the contest.
ESPN has updated the latest edition of its top 300 national football player rankings for the Class of 2015, and a slew of local names are represented.
Surprise, surprise – Allen and Plano West are the top of the District 6-6A football standings.
Lewisville (3-4, 2-3 in District 6-6A) entered Friday’s matchup against Plano West (6-1, 4-1) ranking among the better run defenses in the Class 6A Metroplex.
Much was made during the offseason about the competitiveness of District 6-6A entering the 2014-15 season, and as the 6-6A schedule approaches its midpoint, that’s certainly been the case.
Halfway through the second quarter, it looked as if a Marcus run defense that surrendered just 125 yards total over the last two games was up to the task of slowing Plano West senior Soso Jamabo.
The snap-hold-kick operation is, in theory, an easy one.
When ready, a long snapper puts both hands on the ball, awaiting the signal from the holder just 7 yards back.
It’s maybe the most overused line by coaches and media personalities alike when leading into a rivalry game.
Throw out the record books.
Given what the first five weeks of the season have produced, there wasn’t much normalcy to the latest installment of the Plano Senior-Plano West football rivalry on Friday.
Thirty-three total penalties for 252 yards.
Heading into their game versus one another, the Plano East and Plano West football teams couldn’t help but notice the similarities that persist.