JV football wins
The JV black team travelled to Meridian and came away with a 21-6 win last week.
The Panthers scored in the second quarter on a 12-yard pass from Bryant Malone to Miles Whitehead. Nick Larson tacked on the extra point.
The Panthers scored again in the third quarter on a 55-yard pass from Malone to Michael Claus. Malone scored the final touchdown of the game on a 40-yard run and Mitchell
Deerfoot ran in the two-point conversion.
Max Wallace, Preston Stripling and Dempsey Duprie also contributed to the offensive production. B.J. Roath, Levi Masters and Zane Miller led the offensive line.
The defense limited Meridian to only a couple of first downs, and caused three turnovers. Chandler Rios and Dalton Ditto each caused a fumble, and Seth McGeath recorded an interception.
Josh McCutcheon recovered one of the fumbles and the other was covered up by Keshawn Hannah.
James Hanes, Chase Wingo and Anderson Brevik. Also delivered outstanding performances.
The team is now 2-2 and plays Stephenville this week.
Frank Seale eighth grade football falls
The white team moved the ball well, but lost 21-13 to Jobe.
Caleb Terry scored twice and ran for over 150 yards.
Michael Meeks, Garrett Stagnar and the whole offensive line played well.
The defense was led by Hunter Freeman and Quinn Hallmark.
The blue team also fell to Jobe, 41-19.
Zack Krawzck had thre touchdowns and over 200 all purpose yards, including a 97-yard kick off return.
The defense was led by Blane Fouse and Dylan Glass.
Earlier last week, the blue team ran the ball up and down the field against Permenter, but drew a 12-12 tie.
The offense was led by Adam Schroeder, Ryan Breaud, Sonny Kemp, Christian Vineyard and Ian Atchinson. Connor Malone threw a touchdown pass to Keion Sutton.
Connor Malone had a 36-yard touchdown run. The defense had some huge stops and an amazing goal line stand right at the end of the second quarter.
The defense was led by Alvin Green, Connor Malone, Thomas Hickman and Dakota Pricin.
The white team played a wonderful game, however it came up short in a 26-0 loss.
The defense was led by Cade Kids, JB Garrett, Ben Garvin, Santos Borunda, Wesley Wilcoxson and Nathan Burton. Wilcoxson led the offense. Wyatt Baker and Blake Colburn played tough.
Wal. Grove football splits
The eighth grade white team beat the Coleman Longhorns 14-6 last week.
The Wildcats drew first blood on an eight-yard pass from Upchurch to Jabrelan Esparza.
The defense rallied and played well. That unit was led by Richard Due, who had two interceptions, Lynden Carter, Garrett Farr, Colton Robinson and Charles Hoard.
Wildcat football was at its best in the fourth quarter with good running by Upchurch, Esparza and Ezekiel Brown.
The line of Matt DeWolfe, Mason Starnes and Chase Morgan blocked well. The Wildcats scored again late in the ball game on a two-yard run from Charles Hoard.
Anthonio Fiallos kicked extra points to secure the victory.
The eighth grade blue team played Coleman but fell short 13-8.
The Wildcats scored early on a four-yard run by Jalen Crawford. The extra points were scored on a kick by Karson Conrad.
The defense played well and was led by Garrett Hopgood, Hunter Pustejovsky, Jacob Franklin, Blake Gardner, Dalton Samek and Gabriel Andrade.
The offense was led by Zach Humphreys, Dylan Byers, Blaze Verhagen, Brady Womack and Gabriel Andrade.
Freshman volleyball wins
Both Midlothian Lady Panther freshman volleyball teams recorded wins last week.
Both teams faced Mansfield Legacy. The A team won 25-21, 25-15 and the B team won 15-25, 25-10, 25-16.
The A team is now (7-2, 2-0) The B team is now (1-3, 1-1)
JV volleyball wins
The Lady Panthers won four straight matches to win the Cherie Ehrie Memorial Tournament last weekend.
First the team defeated Grandview 25-15, 25-19. Next was a 25-9, 25-22 win over Burleson Centennial.
In the semifinals, Midlothian defeated Burleson 23-25, 25-16, 25-14. Then they defeated DeSoto 25-17, 22-25, 25-12 to win the championship.
This is the team’s third straight title in this event.
Earlier last week, the Lady Panthers defeated Mansfield Legacy 25-13, 23-25, 25-16. They are now (17-3, 2-1).
MHS cross country
The varsity boys and girls teams placed fifth overall in a run in Keller last week.
Riann Winget and Sydney Rangel finished in the top 10 for the girls’ division.
The JV teams came in first and second place.
MHS tennis teams open district
The Panthers defeated South Grand Prairie 17-2 to start district play. Their overall record is now 8-3.
Walnut Grove seventh grade volleyball wins
Both A and B teams won a pair of matches over the last week.
Sept. 13, A defeated Cedar Hill Coleman 25-4, 25-14 while the B team defeated Coleman 25-16, 25-16.
A week later, the A team defeated Coble 29-27, 25-27, 25-14. Rylie Sharp and Georgia Capell were stand out players. The B team won 25-17, 19-25, 25-20 thanks to Maddie Davis and Rileigh Tangum.
JV girls tennis falls
Midlothian lost to Duncanville 5-14 last week, but Katie Bass, Lauren Mayer and Amber Hamel all earned singles wins.
The teams of Jodi Jackson and Mayer and Cassidee Hale and Courtney Grisham won doubles matches.
Frank Seale volleyball teams win
The eighth grade team defeated Permenter last week 19-25, 25-18, 25-20 and are now 2-0 in district.
The seventh grade team defeated Jobe 25-19, 25-12 and are now 2-1 in district.
Frank Seale seventh grade football falls
The black team lost to Wester 14-0.
The offensive leaders Mason Michalka, Luke Vitullo and Zack Esteridge. The defensive leaders were Hayden Zufelt and Austin Tittle.
Walnut Grove football splits games
The white team defeated Coble 12-6 on a last second score.
The Wildcats scored late in the second quarter on a 26-yard pass from Devin Williamson to Seth Terrell.
Williams hit Shane Garcia on a one-yard pass with 10 seconds left to pull out the win.
Jacob McMahan had an interception and Rodney Richmond had a big tackle.
The blue team lost 20-0. Jorden Elliott played well on both sides of the ball. Austin Poovey, Drake Wayland and Peyton Parker shined on defense.
Russell, A&M dominate
Midlothian graduate Caleb Russell wore the No. 47 for Texas A&M as the Aggies defeated Idaho 37-7 last Saturday in College Station to improve to 2-0.
Russell finished the game with an assisted tackle.
Overall the A&M defense held Idaho to 56 rushing yards and just 131 passing yards.
The Aggies will get their first real test of the season this week when they face Oklahoma State at 2:30 p.m.
This game will be televised nationally on ABC.
Wilson, K-State win
While he did not see action, 2011 Midlothian graduate Dillon Wilson, wearing No. 8, was a winner in his second game with Kansas State as the team blanked Kent State 37-0 Saturday at home.
The Wildcats are now 2-0 and will travel to Miami this week to face the Hurricanes with kick off set for 2:30 p.m.
That game can be seen on ESPNU.