Terrell High School senior Jaquavious Morris had a team high 17 tackles but it was Paris High School who won its first game of the season with a 42-7 win over Terrell on Friday, Sept. 6 at Wildcat Stadium in Paris.

Paris (1-1) held their homecoming for this game. Paris raced out to a 21-0 to lead in the first quarter and held Terrell (0-2) to 199 total yards.

Paris went up 7-0 after quarterback Like Hohenberger found wide receiver Bubba Gray deep down the field for a 50-yard touchdown pass at 10:40 left in the first quarter.

Paris took a 14-0 lead when running back Zy’kius Jackson punched in a two-yard touchdown at the 5:56 mark in the first quarter.

At the 1:08 mark in the first quarter, Jackson put Paris up 21-0 after a touchdown run of 11-yards.

Terrell scored it’s lone touchdown in the second quarter after senior running back Deitrick George ran for a 22-yard touchdown run to make the score 21-0 with 9:56 left in the second quarter.

Paris went up 28-7 at the 2:56 mark in the second quarter after Hohenberger hit Jackson for a 59-yard touchdown pass.

In the third quarter, Jackson scored again on a three yard touchdown run to put Paris up 35-7.

In the fourth quarter, Paris junior running back Keshawn Wallace scored on a 34-yard touchdown run to put Paris up 42-7.

Terrell senior quarterback Trey Lunsford finished the game 4-of-10 passing for 50 yards.

George was the leading rusher for Terrell with 58 yards on nine carries.

Terrell senior Khalid Johnson had two receptions for 14 yards. Terrell sophomore Jarrius Scruggs had one reception for 20 yards.

Terrell played its first district game of the season on Friday, Sept. 13 against Sulphur Springs at Terrell Memorial Stadium.

Terrell will play Forney at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 20 in Forney.

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