Statistical Leaders - Offense vs. Lovejoy

PASSING Comp Att Yds TD F
Kameron Kelly 7 11 119 1 1
Carsen Cook 8 15 103 0 0
RUSHING Att Yds TD    
Kameron Kelly 17 191 3    
Tristen Clark 5 49 0    
Kevin Tran 3 9 0    
Alex Wesley 2 6 0    
Romello Keck 1 1 0    
Dontae Slay 1 0 0    
Carsen Cook 4 -9 0    
RECEIVING Rec Yds TD    
Alex Wesley 9 122 1    
Kameron Kelly 3 63 0    
Jordan Whaley 2 21 0    
Darius Carter 1 16 0    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Wylie senior QB Kameron Kelly a triple threat in 30-21 win over Lovejoy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By DAVID JUST
djust@dallasnews.com

 

WYLIE — Kameron Kelly did a little bit of everything for Wylie on Friday night.
 
The Wylie senior threw for 120 yards, rushed for 178 more and even caught three passes for 65 yards in a 30-21 victory against Lovejoy.
 
The game was the District 13-4A opener for both teams, and Kelly’s dynamic performance gave Wylie an important leg up on the defending district champs.
 
Kelly took the reins at quarterback in the second half and finished with four touchdowns — three rushing, one passing. The senior opened the second half with a 75-yard touchdown run in which he broke two downfield tackles.
 
Wylie (2-2, 1-0) gained 298 of its 445 total yards after Kelly switched from wide receiver to quarterback.
 
The 65-yard touchdown pass Kelly threw to Alex Wesley in the fourth quarter was the only reason he didn’t lead the team in passing, rushing and receiving. Wesley finished with nine catches for 111 yards, and his touchdown gave Wylie a two-score lead.
 
Lovejoy (2-2, 0-1) suffered its second consecutive loss without injured quarterback Bowman Sells. His replacement, sophomore Dakota Michaels, received constant pressure from the Wylie defensive front. He finished 10-of-27 for 185 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions.
 
Nothing hindered Lovejoy more than its 16 penalties for 152 yards, though. Lovejoy only trailed by three points at the start of the fourth quarter, but each of its next two possessions featured third-and-very-long situations following penalties.
 
Lovejoy’s Aaron Fuller had 49 yards of offense and two touchdowns, and running back Dan Sefcik tallied 80 rushing yards and a score.
 
 
 
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Wylie vs. Lovejoy - Scoring Summary

Wylie 30  Lovejoy 21
 
1Q
FG 0:00 Christian Salas 34-yard field goal
 
2Q
LJ  TD  7:07   Daniel Sefcik 11-yard run (Mick Ellis kick)
W  TD  1:28   Kameron Kelly 7-yard run (Christian Salas kick)
 
3Q
W   TD  10:14   Kameron Kelly 75-yard run (Christian Salas kick)
LJ  TD   7:19    Aaron Fuller 10-yard run (Mick Ellis kick)
W   TD  3:54    Kameron Kelly 3-yard run (Christian Salas kick)
LJ  TD  1:56   Aaron Fuller 19-yard pass from Dakota Michaels (Mick Ellis kick)
 
4Q
W   TD  7:56   Alex Wesley 65-yard pass from Kameron Kelly (kick failed)
 
 
 
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District 13-4A Game Results - Week Four

Wylie East, 46 Denison, 47
Royse City, 30 Greenville, 14
Sherman, 55 McKinney North, 44

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TXA 21 to Broadcast Tonight's Game

Wylie ISD Stadium will host the TXA 21 High School Football Game of the Week this Friday as the Wylie Pirates face the Lovejoy Leopards.  The game will be broadcast at 10:30 p.m. Friday night on Ch. 21.  Kick-off is 7:30 p.m.

You can also listen live to tonight's game as radio announcer Jordan Roberts will commentate with analyst Derek Draper and Sideline reporter Carlos Leal.  

The broadcast begins at 6:30 p.m. Every game is broadcast and archived.  You can listen via your smartphone or on your desktop.

"Listen Live Now"  

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First Baptist Wylie Hall of Honor Profile - Kyle Craighead

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As the Executive Director of Wylie ISD Athletics, 1999 Hall of Honor Inductee Kyle Craighead’s job revolves around sports.  Knowing how he came to be a Hall of Honor inductee, you can understand why it comes so naturally to him. 

Mr. Craighead graduated from Wylie High School in 1982.  He was an all-around sportsman playing football, basketball, baseball and running track.  Two of his three years on Varsity Football, the Pirates went to the playoffs.    Of his four years playing baseball, three of those the Pirates were a play-off team.  Craighead received All-district honors for Football as quarterback and Baseball as pitcher/outfielder and was voted Team MVP in Football and Baseball his senior season.  He was also a Varsity Football team captain.  He described his senior year as the most memorable as their varsity football team advanced three deep in the playoffs that season.   Then in the spring, his varsity baseball team made it to the state baseball tournament and advanced to the final four.  They lost a close game in the state semi-final round.  “All of us had grown up together and played sports together.  This is probably my fondest memory, as it was the culmination of our senior year,” said Craighead.   

Being coached under two of Wylie’s finest, Coach Jerry Shaffer (football) and Coach Sam Terry (baseball), Mr. Craighead shared how much was learned from the life lessons that these coaches taught.  “Much like the coaches do now a days, they taught about family values and reinforced those through athletics.  I was able to do something I loved to do, but was still learning things about life.  We didn’t always win, but we always did the best we could.”

After graduating, he walked on at Texas Tech for football as a freshman.  He ended up moving to University of North Texas, where he played baseball for one season.  Craighead graduated with a Bachelor’s in English from North Texas and went on to get his Master’s in Education from Dallas Baptist University. 

Mr. Craighead is in his twenty first year working for the Wylie Independent School District.  He started his career in Wylie at Wylie Middle School (now Harrison Intermediate) in 1993.  In 1996, he moved over to Wylie High School as the assistant Baseball Coach and assistant Football Coach.  From 1997-2004, he was Head Baseball Coach and Head Freshmen Football Coach.   He was then named Assistant Principal at Wylie High School in 2005.  After two years, he became the Principal of Burnett Junior High.  In 2011, Craighead took over as Executive Director of Wylie ISD Athletics, where he continues to serve.    

His wife, Beth, is also a Wylie graduate and Principal at Draper Intermediate.  They have four children – Ryan (Wylie ’08), Logan (Farmersville ’10), Julia (Farmersville ’12) and Keanan (Wylie ’12) and one grandson, Leighn. 

His exhortation to fellow Pirates - “Enjoy the moment, time goes by so quickly and you will be out of school before you know it.  I think sometimes it seems to drag by at practice…when you are looking forward to the games…But most of us that have long since been out of high school, we wish very much that we could put on the pads on Friday night or could take out the glove to play a game.  Enjoy the moment, it does go by quickly!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Albertsons Market Game of the Week - Pirates vs. Lovejoy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This week the Pirates take on a talented Lovejoy team at Wylie Stadium.  The Leopards are 2-1 with their first loss since October, 2011 to Frisco during week 3.  Their quarterback, Bowman Sells, was injured during week 2 and sat out the Frisco game.   Despite the loss, they still lead at #3 in the DFW area 4A in total offense averaging 500+ yards per game.  Sophomore Dakota Michaels stepped in as QB and has shown he is quite capable.  Other playmakers for Lovejoy include Daniel Sefcik and Hunter Pfaff at running back and Chochy Luce at receiver, giving them a very balanced offense.

Both teams are coming off of a bye week, which gave them the opportunity to heal with both battling injuries.  Returning this week for the Pirates will be Jarell Brown and T’Kevian Rockwell, who were out the last couple of games with injuries.  This will definitely be an added strength to the defense and the Pirate’s running game. 

Looking at it for the Pirates, Coach Howard said, “Our defense needs to get the right fits and reads and adjust to the schemes they come up with.  Lovejoy is well coached and their kids adjust pretty quick.”  Offensively the Pirates will need to take care of the ball and move it.  “I think we have a chance to be very effective on our offense against their defense.  One of our strengths going in is that we have the ability to move the ball against them.”  

Pre-season is now over and the real season begins.  “Both teams will have a lot of energy.  We have to match their energy and play good solid football for 48 minutes,” said Howard.  Kick-off is at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

 

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Dickey's BBQ Coach's Show - Week 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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AHMO FOOTBALL THIS WEEK

Wednesday - Sept 25

Pirate Night @ Chili's Wylie - 4:00 - 10:00 p.m.

Thursday, Sept 26

Freshmen White vs. Lovejoy @ Wylie Stadium - 5:30 p.m.

Freshmen Maroon vs. Lovejoy @ Wylie Stadium - 7:00 p.m.

JV Gray vs. Frisco @ Frisco High School - 7:00 p.m.

JV Black vs. Lovejoy @ Lovejoy - 5:30 p.m.

Friday, Sept 27

Mentor Breakfast - 7:00 - 8:30 a.m. First Baptist Church EC Community Room

   Tickets on sale in the IMPAC $3.00/person (also available at the door)

Varsity vs. Lovejoy @ Wylie Stadium - 7:30 p.m.  (Future Pirate Night)

TXA 21 Broadcast of Wylie vs. Lovejoy game - 10:30 p.m.

 

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Pirate Night @ Chili's Wylie

Join the Pirates for a Pre-game Gathering/Spirit Night on Wednesday, September 25, 2013 at Chili’s Restaurant in Wylie.  Present the flyer below and/or mention you are with Pirate Football and 10% of the sales between 4PM -10PM will go towards Pirate Football.    Thanks for your usual support!

CHILI'S FLYER

 

 

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Pre-Order Your White-Out Shirt!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Are you ready for the "Late Show With AHMO" Small Town Battleground between Wylie High & Wylie East on October 4, 2013!!!
 
The Pirates will be wearing ALL WHITE since we are on the Visitor side...so we are going to "WHITE OUT" Wylie Stadium.   
 
Cheer will be selling these T-Shirts during the lunch periods the week of the game (exact dates to be announced)...You know how fast they will be gone!!!  
 
HOWEVER the WPABC Spirit Shop will be assisting the Cheerleaders with their fundraiser by taking Pre-paid/Pre-orders.  Don't miss this opportunity to get the size you want. 
 
WPABC Spirit Shop will be taking orders through Friday 9/27/13...Please print the form and turn in your orders with payment (Cash or Check Payable to WHS)  to Carrie Evans in the Impac Building during normal school hours.  4:00 PM will be the cut off on 09/27/13. 
 
IF you need to pay by credit card please contact Jalina Dotson at wyliepirateads@gmail.com to make those arrangements. We will contact you when your orders are ready for pick up. 
 
Click HERE for Pre-order form.
 
 
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Video Highlight - vs. Mesquite Poteet

 

 

 

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First Baptist Wylie Hall of Honor Profile - Staci Watkins Sherman

 

 

 

Hall of Honor 1998 Inductee Staci Watkins Sherman comes from a long line of “Pirates”.  Her grandmother, Irene Watkins, taught in the Wylie Independent School District for many years.  Both of her parents are Wylie graduates and her father, Wally Watkins, who was very instrumental in the school district, has an Elementary school named after him.  With this strong "Pirate blood", it is no surprise that Staci went on to represent the Pirate family as she did.  

Staci graduated in the WHS class of 1979.  During her four years at Wylie High, she was a four year letterwinner in both volleyball and basketball.  She played tennis three years and ran track for two years.   She received All-District honors in volleyball, basketball and tennis.  One of her fondest memories as a Pirate, was riding the old Pirate bus, especially after a big win on the road!  

Upon graduation, Staci received a four year full scholarship to East Texas State University (now Texas A&M Commerce) for Volleyball.  She, of course, left her mark there as she was named Most Valuable freshmen (1979) and Honorable-mention All-American (1980).  Sherman was an integral part of the 1980 Lady Lions Volleyball Team, which acrued eight-straight wins in the post season to reach the NAIA Championship finals against Azuza Pacific.  The Lady Lions lost to Azuza Pacific in the First annual NAIA Volleyball National Championship tourney ever held.  Her successes continued as she was named Team MVP and selected Lone Star Conference 1st team in 1983.  In 2005, Staci was inducted into the Texas A&M Commerce Athletic Hall of Fame.  Her 1980 Volleyball team was inducted in 2010. She has served on the Texas A&M Commerce Athletic Board of Directors since 1998.

Finishing her degree in K-12 Physical Education and Health, Staci taught and coached in various Texas schools for twenty-nine years.  Leading up to her retirement, she taught 5th/6th Grade Physical Education at Draper Intermediate.

Staci and her husband, Larry (Allen Eagles '77), have been married 32 years and have two daughters, who have each given them a grandchild.  They have two beautiful granddaughters, Paisley (3) and Mia (4 months).  Both daughters also became teachers and presently teach in Texas.  Her daughter, Aly, played basketball for West Texas A&M and was named Lonestar Conference Defensive Player of the year in 2011.

Her encouragement to fellow Pirates, “Work hard and push yourself everyday!  Enjoy every minute of your athletic career because it goes by really fast!  Most important – HAVE FUN!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pirate Football Mentor Breakfast

On Friday, September 27, 2013, Pirate Football will host a Mentor Breakfast from 7:00am to 8:30am at the First Baptist Church (EC Community Room) in Downtown Wylie. 

All football players (Freshman, JV & Varsity) are invited to bring their mentor (dad, uncle, grandpa, mom, grandma, godparent, friend, coach, etc.) to this special breakfast. WHS Principal Virdie Montgomery will be the guest speaker and will talk about the importance/power of mentors.

Tickets are on sale now in the IMPAC Office.  Cost: $3.00/person

 

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Black Out Tshirt Design Contest

Calling all WHS student designers, inventors, crafters and fashionistas!!!  
 
Pirate Football is proud to announce a brand new Black Out T-Shirt Design Contest.  
 
Your challenge:  Harness your creative skills to design a black t-shirt worthy of AHMO and Wylie Pirate Football lore for the Black Out Game (Senior Night) on 11/01/13 .  Whether you choose to illustrate members of the Football team, a dynamic Pirate Ship, conquering Pirates or the fearless dynamics  of AHMO, your ultimate goal is to create a dynamic design that’s sure to impress.
 
With cool prizes and recognition, you owe it to yourself to participate!
 
Submit your design in .pdf or.jpg file via email to:  wyliepirateads@gmail.com
 
Deadline:  10/04/13 @ 11:59 PM. (include your name & grade on the email)
 
Click here for all the contest rules.
 
Best of Luck, and may the most AHMOsome Piratey design win!
 
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Pirate Day at Sonic St. Paul

Come down to Sonic (St. Paul Location) on Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and support Pirate Football.  Click here for flyer. 
 
Pirate Football Parents will be car-hopping for tips and selling $5 Sonic coupon cards during this time.  All tips and proceeds from the coupon sales will go towards the Wylie Pirate Football Program.
 
Please spread the word and stop by Sonic in St. Paul and let Pirate Football show you how to Sonic!!!
 
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AHMO Football this week

The Pirates have a BYE Week this week as they prepare for their first district game next week Friday, September 27th, against the Lovejoy Leopards at Wylie Stadium.  Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.  This is "Future Pirate Night" with special things planned during half time.

TXA 21 will broadcast the game at 10:30 p.m. that night.  Information on pre-sale tickets will be posted soon.

 

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Thursday Night's Photos - vs. Mesquite Poteet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photos from Thursday Night's game vs. Mesquite Poteet are in our Photo Gallery.

 

B&B Theatre Big Play of the Game

 

 

 

Check out the B&B Theatre Big Play of the Game

 

Viewpoint Bank Players of the Game

 

 

 

Mesquite Poteet vs. Wylie - Week Two

Offense:  Kameron Kelly and Greyson Williams

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Defense:  Micheal Johnson and Divine Rockwell

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special Teams:  Ben Kendama and Tristen Clark

   

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Statistical Leaders - Defense vs. Mesquite Poteet

D Line Total Tkls Ast TFL Hur PBU CF
D Rockwell 5 4 1   1    
M Johnson 4 3 1 2 1    
B Dotson 3 1 2        
R Beattie 2 2          
Inside LB's Total Tkls Ast TFL Hur PBU CF
J Hicks 4 3 1     1  
D Hughes 9 5 4        
Outside LB's Total Tkls Ast TFL Hur PBU CF
I Acuay 3 3   1 2    
M Kloza 2 2       1  
Secondary Total Tkls Ast TFL Hur PBU CF
E Harris 4 3 1       1
R Gomez 4 4          
E Bailey 2 2          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tkls=Tackles CF=Caused Fumble
Ast=Assists Hur=Hurries on QB
TFL=Tackle For Loss PBU=Pass Break Up

 

 

 

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Statistical Leaders - Offense vs. Mesquite Poteet

PASSING Comp Att Yds TD INT
Kameron Kelly 18 35 292 2 0
Carsen Cook 4 10 20 0 1
RUSHING Att Yds TD    
Kameron Kelly 24 148 2    
Tristen Clark 10 26 1    
Alex Wesley 6 33 0    
RECEIVING Rec Yds TD    
Darius Carter 5 91 1    
Tristen Clark 3 55 1    
Alex Wesley 9 77 0    
Jordan Whaley 2 39 0    
Ja'Kweylon Oliver 1 25 0    
Dylan Riley 1 23 0    
Kameron Kelly 1 2 0    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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District 13-4A Game Results - Week Two

DISTRICT 13-4A SCORES - WEEK TWO
     
Lovejoy, 36 Frisco, 49  
Greenville, 49 Frisco Heritage, 56
Wylie East, 10 Denton Ryan, 37
Royse City, 27 Prestonwood Christian, 45
Sherman, 7 Highland Park, 49
Denison, 33 Frisco Liberty, 16
McKinney North, 27 Frisco Centennial, 43

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mesquite Poteet vs. Wylie, Scoring Summary

Mesquite Poteet, 51   Wylie, 36    Final                                 

First Quarter                                     

MP  9:38  Jaylon Smith 7-yard run (Derric Davis kick)  MP 7, W 0

MP 5:36 Kody Edwards 90-yard pass from Lane Novy (pass failed)  MP 13, W 0

W  2:39 Kameron Kelly 1-yard run (Christian Salas kick)   MP 13, W 7

Second Quarter                                               

MP 9:25 Kody Edwards 42-yard pass from Lane Novy (Derric Davis kick)  MP 20, W 7

W  6:33  Tristen Clark 28-yard pass from Kameron Kelly (Christian Salas kick) MP 20, W 14

Third Quarter                                   

MP  9:39 Deandre McNeal 3-yard pass from Lane Novy (Derric Davis kick) MP 27,  W 14

MP  4:16 Derric Davis 36-yard field goal MP 30,  W 14

W  1:19 Kameron Kelly 15-yard run (Kameron Kelly run) MP 30,  W 22

Fourth Quarter                                

MP 11:55  Deandre McNeal 12-yard pass from Lane Novy (Derric Davis kick)  MP 37,  W 22

W 10:04  Tristen Clark 2-yard run (Christian Salas kick)  MP 37, W 29

MP 8:38  Jaylon Smith 4-yard run (Derric Davis kick)  MP 44, W 29

W  5:21 Darius Carter 22-yard pass from Kameron Kelly (Christian Salas kick) MP 44,  W 36

MP 3:25 Jaylon Smith 27-yard run (Derric Davis kick) MP 51,  W 36

 

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Dickey's BBQ Coach's Show - Week 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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