Statistical Summary - Defense vs. Greenville

D Line Total Tkls Ast TFL S Hur PBU Int. CF FR TD
D Rockwell 5 3 2     3 1        
M Johnson 3 3   1 1       1    
B Dotson 1 1   1              
R Beattie 5 3 2 1              
G Gonzalez 1   1                
Inside LB's Total Tkls Ast TFL S Hur PBU Int. CF FR TD
J Hicks 6 3 3 2           1  
D Hughes 5 1 4                
G Scott 2 1 1 1 1            
Outside LB's Total Tkls Ast TFL S Hur PBU Int. CF FR TD
I Acuay 4 3 1           1    
J Duvall 1 1                  
M Kloza 1 1               1 1
Secondary Total Tkls Ast TFL S Hur PBU Int. CF FR TD
E Harris 1 1   1     1     1  
R Gomez 4 3 1                
E Calhoune 1 1         2        
A Edwards 0           1        
O Amadi 3 3                  






















Tkls=Tackles PBU=Pass Break Up
Ast=Assists Int=Interception
TFL=Tackle For Loss CF=Caused Fumble
S=Sacks FR=Fumble Recovery
Hur=Hurries on QB TD=Touchdown



























Statistical Summary - Offense vs. Greenville

Carsen Cook 33 42 335 2 1
Dylan Riley 1 1 21 1 0
RUSHING Att Yds TD    
Dontae Slay 8 60 2    
Carsen Cook 9 40 1    
Kevin Tran 9 21 1    
Romello Keck 9 42 0    
Alex Wesley 1 -3 0    
Kameron Kelly 10 115 0    
Alex Wesley 10 106 1    
Ben Kendama 3 33 0    
Austin Pegues 4 34 0    
Romello Keck 2 30 1    
Darius Carter 2 22 1    
Jordan Whaley 2 14 0    
J Oliver 1 2 0    





































District 13-4A Game Results

Wylie 58   Greenville 10
Lovejoy 45   McKinney North 48
Royse City 10   Denison 34
Sherman 14    Wylie East 38

Wylie vs. Greenville - Scoring Summary

First Quarter
W TD Darius Carter 7-yard pass from Carsen Cook (Christian Salas kick) (7-0)
G FG Theodore Hughes 24-yard field goal (7-3)
Second Quarter
W TD Michael Kloza 20-yard fumble return (Christian Salas kick) (14-3)
W TD Dontae Slay 1-yard run (Christian Salas kick) (21-3)
W TD Alex Wesley 7-yard pass from Carsen Cook (Christian Salas kick) (28-3)
W TD Carsen Cook 1-yard run (Christian Salas kick) (35-3)
Third Quarter
W TD Kevin Tran 11-yard run (Christian Salas kick) (42-3)
G TD Tyler Matthews 1-yard run (Theodore Hughes kick) (42-10)
Fourth Quarter
W TD Romello Keck 21-yard pass from Dylan Riley (kick failed) (48-10)
W FG Christian Salas field goal (51-10)
W TD Dontae Slay 49-yard run (Christian Salas kick) (58-10)

Dallas Morning News Game Recap

GREENVILLE--Carson Cook threw for 337 yards and two scores and ran for another as Wylie (3-3, 2-1) amassed 507 yards while defeating Greenville (0-6, 0-3) in District 13-4A play.

Kameron Kelly and Alex Wesley combined for 224 yards and 22 receptions for Wylie which scored 35 consecutive points between the second and third quarter.
Wylie turned four of five lost Greenville fumbles into 24 points, starting with Michael Kloza's 20-yard fumble return in the second quarter that provided the eventual decisive points.



First Baptist Wylie Hall of Honor Profile




The 2013 Wylie Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony will take place on Friday, October 18, 2013 at the First Baptist Wylie Events Center at 12:00 p.m.

The Wylie Sports Hall of Honor was established in 1998 by Athletic Director Mark Ball.  It exists to recognize and honor men and women who have brought honor and distinction to Wylie Sports through their athletic achievement, community service and character.  

In 1999, a golf tournament was held to raise funds for the organization, which has continued on a regular basis to assist in the organization's endeavors.

The Hall of Honor currently funds scholarships to athletes from Wylie High and Wylie East each year.  In June, two athletes from each school each received $1000 scholarships.  

Over 60 athletes and 1 team have been inducted into the Hall of Honor.




Albertsons Market Game of the Week - Pirates vs. Greenville Lions













After a disappointing loss last week to Wylie East, the Pirates will make their way to Greenville Friday night for a face-off with the Lions.

Coming off of a 35-21 loss to the Raiders, the Pirates hope to make a turn around this week as they play the 0-5 Greenville team.  The Lions encountered the Lovejoy Leopards on Friday night and walked away with a 48-7 loss.

Last year when the two teams met, the Pirates were 0-5 also and surprised the Lions with a 50-7 victory at home.

Greenville finished with 209 yards of total offense against Lovejoy.  Senior Running back Tyler Matthews had a third straight game with over 100 yards rushing.  For the season, he’s racked up 482 yards on 85 carries.

“Greenville plays very hard.  They will chip at you”, said Coach Howard.  “Coach Sedberry is a good coach and does a good job with his program.”

District 13-4A is tight right now with six teams tied with 1-1 records.  Every game counts, so the Pirates have to play hard and a solid 48 minutes of football, if they hope to secure their place in the play-offs.

Kick-off is at 7:30 p.m. at T. A. Cotton Ford Stadium, Greenville.




Friday Night Photos










 Photos from Friday Night's game vs. Wylie East are up in the Photo Gallery





Dickey's BBQ Coach's Show - Week 6

















Thursday's JV Gray Game Cancelled

The game scheduled for JV Gray vs. Rowlett has been cancelled. Only JV Black will play on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.



B & B Theatre Big Play of the Game




Wylie vs. Wylie East BIG PLAY OF THE GAME





AHMO Football This Week

Monday, October 7

Brickbuilders Meeting 6:30 p.m.  Impac Classroom

WPABC Meeting  7:30 p.m.   Impac Classroom


Thursday, October 10

Freshmen White at Greenville   5:30 p.m.

Freshmen Maroon at Greenville   7:00 p.m.

JV Black vs. Greenville  Wylie Stadium   5:30 p.m.

JV Gray vs. Rowlett    Wylie Stadium  7:00 p.m.


Friday, October 11

Varsity at Greenville T.A. Cotton Ford  Stadium   7:30 p.m.





District 13-4A Standings through Week 5


District 13-4A W L W L PF PA
Denison 3 2 2 0 162 153
Lucas Lovejoy 3 2 1 1 212 141
Wylie East 2 3 1 1 155 155
Sherman 2 3 1 1 131 183
Wylie 2 3 1 1 170 172
McKinney North 2 3 1 1 195 187
Royse City 1 4 1 1 98 134
Greenville 0 5 0 2 92 216











Video Highlights - Wylie vs. Wylie East






Monday, Oct 7th - Practice Schedule

Monday, October 7th is Fair Day.  Freshmen will NOT practice.  JV/Varsity will practice from 7:00 - 10:30 a.m.  This is a MANDATORY practice.



Statistical Leaders - Defense vs. Wylie East

D Line Total Tkls Ast TFL S Hur PBU Int. CF FR
D Rockwell 10 7 3 4 3 2     1  
M Johnson 3 1 2              
B Dotson 1 1                
R Beattie 4 4                
Z Hawkes 1 1                
Inside LB's Total Tkls Ast TFL S Hur PBU Int. CF FR
J Hicks 6 4 2     1        
D Hughes 9 7 2     1       1
OLB's Total Tkls Ast TFL S Hur PBU Int. CF FR
I Acuay 8 5 3 3            
TK Rockwell 3 3   2     1      
M Kloza 6 5 1 3 1   1 1 1 1
Secondary Total Tkls Ast TFL S Hur PBU Int. CF FR
E Harris 4 4         1      
R Gomez 4 4                
K Kelly 1 1                
J Chikumbindi 0     1            




















Tkls=Tackles Hur=Hurries on QB
Ast=Assists PBU=Pass Break Up
TFL=Tackle For Loss Int=Interception
S=Sacks CF=Caused Fumble
  FR=Fumble Recovery

























ViewPoint Bank Players of the Game - Week 5




Wylie vs. Wylie East

Offense:  Alex Wesley and Victor Cheatham











Defense:  Divine Rockwell and Michael Kloza











Special Teams:  Carsen Cook and Romello Keck















Statistical Leaders - Offense vs. Wylie East

Kameron Kelly 14 23 195 1 1
RUSHING Att Yds TD    
Kameron Kelly 19 71 2    
Tristen Clark 10 86 0    
Alex Wesley 3 19 1    
Kevin Tran 2 5 0    
Dylan Riley 1 2 0    
Romello Keck 1 -6 0    
Carsen Cook 1 0 0    
Alex Wesley 10 126 1    
Jordan Whaley 2 20 0    
Darius Carter 2 49 0    

































Dallas Morning News Recap

Wylie East 35, Wylie 28

WYLIE — Quarterback Garrett McCain rolled up 342 total yards and three touchdowns to rally Wylie East to an upset win over cross-town rival Wylie at Wylie ISD Stadium.

McCain and East (2-3, 1-1 in District 13-4A) jumped out to a surprising 21-0 lead three minutes into the second quarter with a 5-yard keeper and a pair of bombs (84 and 70 yards) to sophomore receiver Jared Wyatt.

Wylie (2-3, 1-1), ranked 10th in SportsDays Class 4A area rankings, would rally in the second half behind quarterback Kameron Kelly, receiver Alex Wesley, and linebacker Michael Kloza. Kelly connected with Wesley on a 59-yard post for a touchdown two plays into the second half and Wesley took an end-around for a 13-yard score almost three minutes later. Kelly would put Wylie ahead with a 13-yard touchdown run with 4:55 remaining in the 4th quarter. Kelly’s go-ahead score was setup by Kloza’s blocked punt. Kloza intercepted McCain earlier in the quarter and added a sack, forced fumble, and recovery in the first half. Kelly finished with 193 yards passing, 57 rushing, and three touchdowns.

McCain, who had been shutout the entire second half, responded with a 4-play drive for 63 yards that running back Kevon Mack finished off with a 12-yard run. The drive was highlighted by another long reception by Wyatt, who finished with five catches for 216 yards and two scores. Playing without their kicker, McCain also handled kicking duties (3 PATs) and served as the team’s punt returner. Wylie had one last chance but Wesley was ruled down two yards short on 4th down at the East 45-yard line.



Wylie vs Wylie East - Scoring Summary

First Quarter
WE TD 8:17 Garrett McCain 5-yard run (Garrett McCain kick) (0-7)
WE TD 4:36 Jared Wyatt 84-yard pass from Garrett McCain (Garrett McCain kick) (0-14)
Second Quarter
WE TD 9:01 Jason Rone 90-yard run (Garrett McCain kick)  (0-21)
W TD 5:57 Kameron Kelly 3-yard run (Christian Salas kick)  (7-21)
WE TD 4:42 Jared Wyatt 70-yard pass from Garrett McCain (kick failed) (7-27)
Third Quarter
W TD 11:17 Alex Wesley 59-yard pass from Kameron Kelly (Christian Salas kick)  (14-27)
W TD 8:33 Alex Wesley 13-yard run (Christian Salas kick)  (21-27)
Fourth Quarter
W TD 4:55 Kameron Kelly 13-yard run (Christian Salas kick) (28-27)
WE TD 3:28 Kevon Mack 12-yard run (Kevon Mack run) (28-35)

District 13-4A Game Results

Sherman 24     Denison 42

Wylie 28       Wylie East  35

McKinney North 42       Royse City 13

Greenville 7      Lovejoy 48



First Baptist Wylie Hall of Honor Profile - Daniel Jones
























The 1982 graduating class of Wylie High School has the most Hall of Honor inductees with six class members being inducted over the years.  Daniel Jones is one of those six, as he was inducted into the Wylie Hall of Honor in 2006.   

A multi-sport athlete, Jones played baseball, football, basketball and ran track all four years of high school.  As a sophomore, junior and senior, he received all district honors in baseball and football.  As a sophomore, he began his varsity career playing tight end and strong safety.  One of his most memorable games was his first touchdown pass as a sophomore, when the Pirates played against Lake Dallas.  His older brother, a senior at the time, was also on the team. 

After graduating, he went on to play football for East Texas State University (now Texas A&M Commerce).  A knee injury ended his athletic career early, yet he remained at East Texas and graduated with his Bachelors in Business Administration.  He is currently the President & CEO of Encore Wire in McKinney, TX. 

He and his family reside in Prosper, TX, where he is very involved in his community.  Mr. Jones is the President of the Prosper ISD School Board and member of the McKinney Chamber of Commerce and Prosper Christian Men’s Fellowship.

He and his wife, Donna, have been married 25 years.  Their three children attended Prosper ISD schools.   Their son, Trevor plays football at Rice University, daughter Katelynn attends Baylor University and daughter Reagan is a senior at Prosper High School.

To fellow footballers, “Don’t celebrate so much when you score a touchdown.  Act like you have been there before!” and to all fellow Pirates, “Read the Bible – get your advice from there.”




Spirit Shop Hours for Today and Tomorrow

If you pre-ordered a whiteout shirt and have not gotten it, please pick it up at the Impac office.
Spirit Shop will be open tonight during the JV Black game starting at 5:00pm until the end of the game.  New Tshirt designs/hoodies are available.  They will also have the White Out Shirt.
It will also be open Friday during the Tailgate on the visitor's side from 5:00 - 6:45pm and briefly during half time.

Albertsons Market Game of the Week - Pirates vs. Wylie East




After a district win over the Lovejoy Leopards, the Pirates are 2-2 and 1-0 district.  This is Crosstown Showdown week as the Pirates meet their hometown rival, the Wylie East Raiders. 

This is the 4th time these two teams meet.  The Pirates need this win to put them in a good position for district play-offs, so this is an important game in that respect.   

The Raiders are a well-coached team under Coach Joe Lepsis.  Quarterback Garrett McCain, in his fourth year as Raider quarterback, is a very talented player, who can pass and run.   Even with the loss last week, he completed 17 of 27 passes for 256 yards and three touchdowns and a TD run.  Their offensive line are all returners with much experience and their defense, very quick and aggressive. 

Coach Howard said that the team who can make the least mistakes and who can stay in the game, will prevail.  “It will be a battle,” he said.

The Pirates are the visitors for this year’s match-up.  There will be an AHMO Tailgate beginning at 5:00 p.m. on the visitor’s side.  Kick-off is at 7:30 p.m. at Wylie Stadium.



Dickey's BBQ Coach's Show - Week 5
















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