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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














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





Statistical Leaders - Offense vs. Mesquite Poteet

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    
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    



















District 13-4A Game Results - 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













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



Dickey's BBQ Coach's Show - Week 2


















Pre-sale Football Ticket Sales

General Admission Tickets are sold in the Field House Room #602

Mon – Wednesday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm (closed 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm)

Thursday 8:30 am – 2:00 pm

·       Adults $5

·       Students $3

Cash or check made out to Wylie ISD 



Albertsons Market Game of the Week - Pirates vs. Mesquite Poteet





After a big win against the Mesquite Wranglers last Friday night, the Pirates will face the Mesquite Poteet Pirates this week at Memorial Stadium in Mesquite.

Poteet, who is ranked #2 in DFW Class 4A by SportsDayHS, has a 2-0 record thus far and is one of the top 20 teams in the state.  In their first two games of this season, Mesquite Poteet has averaged 50 points a game and has only given up an average of 23 points on defense.

With a team full of seniors, comprising a top class of players, they are very strong on offense and defense.  Senior quarterback Lane Novy has had 606 yards passing and 317 yards rushing so far this season.  A host of talented skill players has given Novy many sure targets.  In their game against Frisco Liberty, Poteet scored on five of its first seven possessions, with a different player getting each.  In their game against Arlington Seguin, junior running back Jaylon Smith rushed for 139 yards and two touchdowns.  Their offensive line is made up of returning seniors with much experience.

With top ranked college prospects making up their defense, their defense is as explosive as their offense.  Junior linebacker Malik Jefferson and senior linebacker Malachi Cobb helped force four punts on Liberty’s first six possessions last week. 

Wylie improved a lot last week in all areas.  The running game is forming and last week showed great improvement with 179 yards rushing over all.  Defense was on top of their game and held West Mesquite to only 236 yards with two turnovers.  The Pirates are still overcoming some injuries, but are continuing to get better as they get ready for district.

“This is the kind of game that is fun to play.   You play somebody that is highly ranked and it shows you where you are at and where you need to be”, said head coach Bill Howard.  “We have to take care of ourselves and not make mistakes.   Our players have to make plays – Kameron Kelly, Alex Wesley, Carsen Cook, Jordan Whaley, Elijah Harris, Ja’Vareyea Hicks – these guys have to make plays.  If we do that we have a good shot at beating them.”



Pirate Football Night @ Cici's Pizza Murphy

Cici's Pizza Murphy will host a Spirit night for Wylie Pirate Football this Friday, September 13 from 4:00 - 10:00 p.m.  Cici's will donate 10% of the net sales to Wylie Pirate Football.  

Come out and dine to donate!!!




AHMO Football this week

WEDNESDAY - 9/11/13

Freshmen White v. Mesquite Poteet @ Mesquite Memorial Stadium   5:30pm

Freshmen Maroon v. Mesquite Poteet @ Mesquite Memorial Stadium  7:00pm

JV Gray v. Frisco @ Shaffer Stadium   5:30pm

JV Black v. Mesquite Poteet @ Wylie Stadium  7:00pm

THURSDAY -  9/12/13

Varsity v. Mesquite Poteet @ Memorial Stadium, Mesquite   7:00pm



Video Highlights - vs. West Mesquite




Friday Night Photos - vs. West Mesquite













Pictures of Friday night's game are in our PHOTO GALLERY.



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Wylie vs. West Mesquite - Week One

Offense:  Tristen Clark and Alex Garza









Defense:  Romiro Gomez and Divine Rockwell












Special Teams:   Elijah Harris and Christian Salas














Woodbridge Golf Club Postgame Show - West Mesquite







Statistical Leaders - Defense vs. West Mesquite

Defensive Line Total Tkls Ast TFL S Hur PBU FR
Divine Rockwell 7 5 2 1   1    
Micheal Johnson 6 5 1 1 1 1   1
Ryan Beattie 5 3 2     1    
Brandon Dotson 1 1   1        
Inside LB's Total Tkls Ast TFL S Hur PBU FR
Ja'Vareyea Hicks 7 7         1  
Grant Scott 2 2            
Outside LB's Total Tkls Ast TFL S Hur PBU FR
Michael Kloza 5 4 1 2        
Izzy Acuay 2 1 1          
Secondary Total Tkls Ast TFL S Hur PBU FR
Romero Gomez 11 9 2          
Evan Bailey 3 3         1  
Elijah Harris 2 1 1          
Josh Chikumbindi 0             1


































Tkls=Tackles S=Sacks Ast=Assists

Hur=Hurries on QB     TFL=Tackle For Loss
PBU=Pass Break Up   FR=Fumble Recovery

Statistical Leaders - Offense v. West Mesquite

Carsen Cook 10 19 110 1 0
Kameron Kelly 8 13 820 1 1
RUSHING Att Yds TD    
Tristen Clark 10 48 1    
Kameron Kelly 7 43 0    
Romello Keck 5 41 0    
Kevin Tran 5 22 0    
Carsen Cook 4 19 0    
Alex Wesley 1 5 0    
Dontae Slay 3 6 0    
Austin Pegues 1 -5 0    
Ja'Kweylon Oliver 3 61 0    
Jordan Whaley 3 53 1    
Kameron Kelly 7 49 1    
Darius Carter 2 20 0    
Alex Wesley 2 9 0    






Wylie vs. West Mesquite, Scoring Summary

Wylie 24, West Mesquite 9  Final                                              

1st Quarter  

5:45   W   Christian Salas 25-yard field goal    Wylie 3, WM 0

1:06  W   Jordan Whaley 39-yard pass from Kameron Kelly (Christian Salas kick)     Wylie 10, WM 0

2nd Quarter 

11:25   WM  Le'Billie Hunter 1-yard run (kick failed)   Wylie 10, WM 6

2:37   W  Kameron Kelly 8-yard pass from Carsen Cook (Christian Salas kick)  Wylie 17, WM 6

0:00  WM   Matt Smith 23-yard field goal   Wylie 17, WM 9

3rd Quarter 

5:42  W  Tristen Clark 6-yard run (Christian Salas kick)   Wylie 24, WM 9



District 13-4A Game Results - Week One

Lovejoy, 45 Forney, 13
Greenville, 0 The Colony, 48
Wylie East, 42 Frisco Liberty, 20
Royse City, 16 North Forney, 30
Sherman, 14 Sulphur Springs, 34
Denison, 13 Paris, 22
McKinney North, 48 Prosper, 59






First Baptist Wylie Hall of Honor Profile - Chuck Edge


By Shiela Haynes

Chuck Edge was inducted into the Wylie Sports Hall of Honor in the 2005 class. A 1979 graduate of Wylie High School, Edge competed on some of the best athletic teams in Pirate’s history.

He was a 3-year starter for a football team that went 34-8 over three seasons including the 1977 state champion and the 1978 state finalist. Edge played defensive tackle and offensive guard for the Pirates. For his football endeavors, he received all-district honors all three seasons, including honorable mention as a sophomore, all-district defense in his junior season, and all-district offense and defense as a senior.

Anyone who was around for the 1977 football season probably remembers the season that began with a win followed by two losses. Expectations were low, but then things got rolling with a string of victories that swept through the District 2-2A field and ended with Wylie claiming a district championship and advancing into the postseason where they eventually won the state championship.

For Edge, Thursday nights were one of his fondest memories.  “Our coach’s pep talks were out of this world.  Just as Coach Howard embraces “family”, we did also.” Edge said head coach Jerry Shaffer was a great coach; “He got the best out of everybody,” he said.

They clipped Granbury 16-14 in bi-district and drew Breckenridge in the regional championship. No one gave Wylie much of a chance going into that game, but the Pirates won 12-10. Even though they had been knocking off opponents left and right, Edge said the players had doubts about how far they could actually get in the playoffs.

“Beating Breckenridge changed that,” he said.

Next up, they whipped Mount Vernon 35-10 in the state quarterfinal which set up a state semifinal versus Childress. As they had been throughout the run, Wylie was the underdog.

One of the interesting storylines to come out of the Childress game was the exceptional value of film study. Coaches noticed that the way one of the Childress lineman placed his hand on the ground telegraphed the play that had been called.

“He put his hand down one way if he was going straight ahead, another way if he was going to pull out,” said Edge.

After defeating Childress 27-7, they traveled to Waco where they defeated Bellville 22-14 in the state final. The following season found the Pirates back in the state final, but they lost to Sealy.

“Bellville was better as a team than Sealy,” said Edge. “What most people don’t know is that (Sealy running back) Eric Dickerson was also an all-state safety.”

Football may have dominated the fall, but springtime was all about baseball for Edge. A four-year starter at third base, he earned all-district honorable mention as a sophomore and was named all-district as a junior and senior.

Wylie baseball had amassed a solid winning reputation over the years. In Edge’s senior season, which was also the inaugural year under head coach Sam Terry, the Pirates rang up a 29-1 record. The singular loss came in the playoffs to the eventual state champion. The 1979 baseball season was the first year small enrollment schools (Wylie in 2A at the time) were able to advance into a state championship. Prior to that, only 3A and 4A schools had that opportunity while small school playoffs only extended to regional. In 1980-81, the B classification was dropped and Class 5A was added and state champions were crowned in every classification.

When asked what advice he would give students and athletes now, he said, “Enjoy your coaches, teammates and the moments you are making.  Do your best so you have no regrets when you reminisce later in life.  It’s all gone too soon.”

Edge is married to Donna, also a 1979 WHS graduate and an associate principal at Wylie East High School. Both of their sons also graduated from Wylie (2001, 2002).  They have five grandchildren.  Edge serves on the Wylie Sports Hall of Honor Board of Governors.



Tickets for the WPABC Drawings will be on sale this Friday

The WPABC will be having two drawings during the season.  Tickets can be bought at the Spirit Trailer.



Pirate Football is having a drawing for a 7-day Vacation to Steamboat Springs  (Airfare not included).

(3 tickets for $20 suggested donation/1 ticket for $10 suggested donation)

Drawing will be done at the Black-Out Night Game

(need not be present to win).

Estimated value of vacation - $3,200



Your Chance to WIN a Pair of Home SEASON TICKETS to the November 3rd Game against the Minnesota Vikings at the Cowboys Stadium!

TWO CLUB LEVEL SEATS AND a parking pass included in package!
Club Level seats enjoy complimentary food, air conditioned concourse, covered seating & more...
Win and Go like a Pirate!

Estimated Value of Ticket Package ($755)

(3 tickets/$20 suggested donation).

Drawing of the Winner will take place during the 2013 Homecoming game (Oct 18)

Winner need not be present at drawing.    



Dickey's BBQ Coach's Show - Week 1

















Albertsons Market Game of the Week, Pirates vs. West Mesquite











This week the Pirates will meet the West Mesquite Wranglers. When they met last year, in a very exciting game, the Pirates lost in overtime with a score of 34-33.

Ranked No. 13 this week in SportsDay’s area Class 4A rankings, West Mesquite is coming off of a 20-7 loss to Rockwall Heath last week.

The Wranglers are a standard powerhouse in Class 4A.  Junior quarterback Chase Virgil, in his third year on varsity, racked up 265 yards last game, with receiver William Stanley adding nine catches for 95 yards. “They are very athletic and very fast, on offense and defense,” said Head Coach Bill Howard.

“Against West Mesquite, it’s not so much what they do, but what we need to do,”said Howard.  “We have got to take care of ourselves.  We can’t make mistakes. We’ve got to cut down on the penalties. We have to finish plays and finish the game at the pace we start.”

Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. at Wylie Stadium.










Pre-Sale Football Tickets - WHS vs. West Mesquite

General Admission Tickets are sold in the Field House Office Room #602

Mon – Thursday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm (closed 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm)

Friday 8:30 am - 2:00 pm

·       Adults $5

·       Students $3

Cash or check made out to Wylie ISD

All tickets are $6.00 at the gate

You can also purchase general admission & reserved tickets online (there is a small processing fee)




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