Koilan Jackson was wearing an ice pack around his right ankle Friday night, a possible downside to Little Rock Parkview's otherwise stress-free 35-5 victory over Little Rock Catholic.Gallery: Little Rock Parkview vs. Catholic
Patriots Coach William Hardiman was quick to reassure anyone concerned, though.
"He's just trying to be cute," Hardiman said. "He'll be alright."
That's a good thing for the Patriots (3-0), considering how much the junior quarterback has done through the first three weeks of the season.
Jackson passed for 211 yards and 4 touchdowns on 10-of-21 attempts and rushed for 78 yards and another touchdown in Friday's victory at War Eagle Field. It was the third consecutive game this season that Jackson has passed for four touchdowns while leading the Patriots to their first 3-0 start since 2011.
Jackson's touchdowns Friday were spread to three different receivers and three of them came in the second quarter as Parkview took a 21-3 lead at halftime.
Jeremiah McDowell caught a pass near the sideline in the second quarter and sprinted for a 62-yard score to put Parkview up 6-3. Then, after Tyree Madison intercepted a Taylor Price pass, Jackson connected with Amari James on a fade pass in the corner of the end zone to make it 13-3. Jackson then found Kolby McNeal for a 21-yard touchdown to make it 21-3 at halftime and McNeal also caught a 42-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter.
"We want to make everyone a weapon," Hardiman said. "So you can't isolate and pinpoint one or two, we want to spread the field and be dangerous."
Parkview's defense was just as effective against a Catholic offense that was missing two of its playmakers. Quarterback Andre Sale watched the game with his left arm in a brace after fracturing a bone in his elbow in last week's loss to Cabot, and running back back Lance Harville-Thomas missed the game with a foot injury, according to Coach John Fogleman.
To make up for Sale's absence, receiver Taylor Price made his first varsity start at quarterback. Price was 17 of 29 for 122 yards with 1 interception and Monroe McKay carried 23 times for 92 yards while filling in for Harville-Thomas.
Catholic (1-2) finished with 139 yards and its only points in the second half came on a third-quarter safety.
Fogleman pointed to a second-quarter touchdown pass from Price to Thompson Olaimey right before halftime that was called back for holding and a second-quarter sequence in which the Rockets faced second-and-goal from the 1 and couldn't score as disappointments.
"I thought the guys that stepped in for our guys did a really good job," Fogleman said. "I thought they did well, and we didn't give them a lot of help."
Catholic's defense allowed 318 yards.
"You miss one tackle against those guys and they're gone," Fogleman said. "We just can't match their speed. we got out of place and boom."
EL DORADO 35, MAGNOLIA 0
EL DORADO — Five different El Dorado players scored touchdowns in an easy victory at Memorial Stadium. John Sixbey threw touchdown passes to Charles Cage, Mitchell Emrich and Blake Cunnigham, while Gemetre Miller-Callaway ran for a touchdown and Kentravious Moore recovered a fumble in the end zone for the Wildcats (2-1). Sixbey completed 7 of 13 passes for 157 yards, while Kawon Love ran for 107 yards for El Dorado, which had 184 yards rushing. Magnolia (1-2) was held to 2 yards rushing, and 96 total yards.
BENTON 38, GREENBRIER 0
GREENBRIER —Brandon Hunter rushed for 237 yards and 4 touchdowns on 14 carries to lead Benton in a shutout of Greenbrier. Hunter scored on runs of 78, 4, 58 and 20 yards. Drew Dyer added a 4-yard touchdown run. Nate Beck completed 15 of 22 passes for 161 yards. Benton limited Greenbrier to 152 yards of total offense to improve to 2-1. The Panthers sacked Greenbrier quarterback Harold Ross 10 times. Dylan Murphy had a team-high 11 tackles while Ben Brasuell had 8 tackles and 2½ sacks. Jeremiah Bowling added 6 tackles and 4½ sacks.
SEARCY 39, MORRILTON 35
SEARCY — Luke Dixon’s touchdown pass with a late rally Searcy (3-0) past Morrilton (2-1). The Devil Dogs led 29-24 at the end of the third quarter. Dixon’s touchdown pass was his second of the night. Dixon also ran for two touchdowns. Andrew Neville also rushed for a Searcy touchdown in the fourth quarter. Jordan Slaughter scored a touchdown for Searcy on a recovered fumble in the end zone.
OTHER 6A GAMES
SILOAM SPRINGS 22, CLAREMORE (OKLA.) 12
SILOAM SPRINGS — Ricky Hughes ran for 124 yards in the second half as Siloam Springs (3-0) outscored Claremore (2-1) 22-0 in the half to remain undefeated.
Hughes finished with 139 yards and 1 touchdown on 21 carries as Siloam Springs rolled up a season-high 320 yards of offense. Jordan Norberg completed 17 of 26 passes for 185 yards, and Cade Miller had 6 receptions for 75 yards.
SHERIDAN 27, WHITE HALL 9
WHITE HALL — Brockton Brown ran for 242 yards and two touchdowns to lead Sheridan past White Hall.
Brown’s touchdown runs covered 43 and 23 yards as the Yellowjackets built a 20-2 lead in the first half.
Dustin Reid also had a 25-yard touchdown run for Sheridan, and Lance Smith added an 8-yard touchdown run as the Yellowjackets rolled up 316 total yards, with 314 coming on the ground.
MARSHALL, TEXAS 56, TEXARKANA 28
MARSHALL, Texas — Texarakana outgained Marshall, but it couldn’t stop Division I prospect Cameron Haller..
Haller scored five rushing touchdowns and threw a 40-yard touchdown pass for Marshall, which built a 21-0 lead and led 28-7 at halftime.
Haller’s touchdowns came on runs of 1, 5, 13, 7, and 22 yards. He finished with 167 yards on 15 carries.
Texarkana was led by Kaviron Oliver, who rushed 20 times for 182 yards and helped bring the Hogs to within seven points early in the fourth quarter.
Keaundre Banks threw for 207 yards and ran for 104.
Sports on 09/19/2015
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