Duncanville’s drive for another rematch with two-time defending Texas 6A Division I champ North Shore is moving forward. Saturday night, the Panthers, ranked No. 8 in the latest High School Football America 100 national rankings powered by BlackMP Living Water, walloped DeSoto 56-28 to advance to the state semifinals next weekend where they’ll play No. 29 Southlake Carroll for the right to go to the state championship. In the other side of the bracket, No. 1 North Shore will play No. 7 Westlake.
SMU-recruit Roderick Daniels had a huge night with 8 catches for 267 yards for Duncanville.
A 71-yard pass to @SMU_Football signee Roderick Daniels Jr. and 5-yard TD run by Malachi Medlock extend Duncanville’s lead to 35-7 over DeSoto with 9:19 left third quarter. Daniels has 5 catches for 217 yards.#txhsfb @SportsDayHS @dctf @DuncanvilleISD @Duncanville_Fb @ihss_dfw pic.twitter.com/ABvx6P7vr9— Greg Riddle (@DMNGregRiddle) January 3, 2021