Euless Trinity scored four touchdowns in the fourth quarter to put away persistent Colleyville Heritage 59-33 and open the weekend’s Super 25 action. It was also the opener of 7-6A play.
Trinity, ranked No. 12 in the Super 25, improved to 5-0 and did most of its damage on the ground. The Trojans ran for 412 yards led by 133 yard and two touchdowns by JaRon Wilson, 106 yards and two scores by De’Juan Garrett and 95 yards and a touchdown by quarterback Tyler Nattee.
RELATED: Super 25 rankings
RELATED: Super 25 schedule
The teams combined for six scores in the final quarter. Heritage (2-3) twice cut the lead to 12 in the fourth quarter, the last time with less than six minutes left when Heritage QB Camden Roane connected with Reid Harrison-Ducros on a 57-yard pass to make made the score 45-33.
Trinity then put a drive together capped by a 5-yard TD run by Garrett to push its advantage to 52-33 with 2:24 remaining to put the game out of reach. The Trojans would add another TD less than 30 seconds later on a 58-yard run by Garrett.
Roane finished with 370 yards passing, three TDs and three interceptions. Ke’Von Ahmad had 13 receptions for 234 yards and two TDs.
Trinity host Haltom next Friday for homecoming.