Monday’s spotlight game between Euless Trinity and Shiloh Christian (Ark.) was supposed to be a battle between two of the state’s best high school football teams.â†µ
Instead, the game turned into a laugher that was over before halftime. Literally.â†µ
Trinity hung 53 on the Arkansas champs in the first half and coasted to victory. For a team that was ranked No. 1 by MaxPreps.com, Shiloh showed little in the way of moxy against the bigger and stronger Trojan squad.â†µ
“They showed why they’re the No. 1 team,” Shiloh quarterback Kiehl Frazier told the Star-Telegram after the game. “They were so fast and so big. We weren’t used to that.”â†µ
Terrence Tusan (128 yards, 2 touchdowns) and Tevin Williams (111 yards, 2 touchdowns) helped blow the game wide open on the ground, as Trinity racked up 10 rushing touchdowns on the day.â†µ
While the Trojans have had some complete games over the years, Monday’s demolition may have been their best yet.