Monthly Archives: September 2009

Tyler St. Christian rolls over Rockwall’s HCA, 53-6


Rockwall’s Heritage Christian Academy is in a rebuilding year and it really showed last weekend when the Tyler Street Christian Academy from Dallas rolled over the Eagles, 53-6, last Saturday. Shown above is HCA’s Eric Bradley who scored their only TD.

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Rockwall-Heath defeats stubborn Arlington Seguin in tough home opener, 26-10

Tied 7-7 at halftime, Rockwall-Heath’s offense finally broke open a close game by scoring 19 points in the second half, while the Hawks’ defense limited Arlington Seguin to just three points, and Heath defeated a stubborn Seguin team, 26-10, in a tough home opener Friday night at Rockwall’s Wilkerson-Sanders stadium.

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Defending 5A state champ Allen rolls over Rockwall, 38-10

Defending state 5A champion Allen showed off its powerful running game and solid defense, rolling over Rockwall, 38-10, Friday night at Allen’s Eagle stadium.

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Royce City crushed in home opener by Frisco Wakeland, 45-6

Royse City’s Ryan Fedric scored a touchdown on a 51-yard run during the third quarter but that was about the only excitement the Bulldogs could muster in their home opener Friday night as Frisco Wakeland crushed the Bulldogs, 58-6.

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Dragonfly Asian Grill, sushi bar, opening in late Sept. at The Harbor

Spoke Friday with Lori Ann Price, the very nice new owner of the new “Dragonfly”Asian grill & sushi bar. She and her husband will be opening their new family-oriented restaurant in late Sept. at The Harbor, where the French restaurant Cote D”Azur formerly was.

They already own the Tom Tom Asian Grill near downtown Dallas in West Village, plus the McKinney Ave. Tavern & Sports Bar, so they have plenty of restaurant experience.

They have now hired their management team at Dragonfly, but are still hiring servers, cooks and more. They’ll employ 70 full-time employees, and more part-time.

The Prices will also offer menu items for diners who don’t like Asian dishes.  She said one of her friends said he’ll come often as long as she serves chicken-fried steak; so that’s what they’re going to serve, she told me, laughing.

Rockwall scores TD in final two minutes, beats Rowlett, 31-28

Junior running back Josh Broach scored his third touchdown of the night on  a five-yard run with less than two minutes remaining on the clock to lead Rockwall to a hard fought, 31-28, come-from-behind victory over neighboring Rowlett last night, as the Yellow Jackets successfully christened their beautiful new Wilkerson-Sanders stadium in front of about 8,000 spectators.

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Rockwall-Heath loses season opener, 40-31, as Sherman scores twice in last two minutes

Sherman quarterback Madison Carter scored from three yards out with 2:07 remaining and Geoff Hooker returned an interception 75 yards on the next series as the Bearcats stunned Rockwall-Heath, 40-31, Friday night at Bearcat stadium.

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Heritage Christian Academy trounced Friday by Calvert in six-man football, 58-6

One of the top-ranked public school six man teams, the Calvert High School Trojans, trounced Heritage Christian Academy’s Eagles in its home opener Friday night in Rockwall, 58-6.  

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Royse City loses opener to Atlanta, 27-26, when two point conversion run fails

A two-yard run for a two-point conversion was stopped short by Atlanta’s defense after Royse City’s Ryan Fedric’s six-yard TD run and the Bulldogs lost their first game of the season in a hard-fought game Friday night, 27-26, in Atlanta.

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