Highland Park and Dallas Jesuit are both undefeated in their district, but something has to give this week as they go head-to-head for the top spot in the Texas Class 6A Region I District 7 standings.
Unbeaten Highland Park is ranked No. 8 in the Texas Top 50, but Dallas Jesuit has yet to lose a district matchup in three games this season and hopes to keep that streak going.
Both of these teams have potent offenses that are averaging more than 35 points per game this season, which should make this a fun game to watch.
HOW TO WATCH
What: The Highland Park Scots and the Dallas Jesuit Rangers square off for the top spot in their district
When: 5:00 p.m. PT/8:00 p.m. ET on Friday, September 30
Where: Highland Park High School | Dallas, Texas
How to watch live stream online: You can watch this game live on the NFHS Network.
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Highland Park (4-0, 2-0) has been rolling to start the season. The Scots are averaging 46 points per game while holding opposing teams a combined scoring average of just 15.5 points.
Their potent offense is under the direction of senior quarterback Brennan Storer who is shining in his final high school season.
The Western Michigan commit has only played in 13 of the Highland Park's 16 quarters this season, but he's thrown for more than 1,000 yards and 13 touchdowns, and has added another three scores on the ground rushing for nearly 150 yards so far.
Storer and the Scotts come into this one riding the momentum of a 63-0 rout against Irving last week.
Dallas Jesuit (4-1, 3-0) has also had a strong start to the 2022 season, with its only loss coming at the hands of Rockwall, who is ranked No. 19 in the state of Texas.
Outside of that game, the Rangers have outscored their opponents 166-58 in their other four contests.
Their last game was also against Irving, and like Highland Park, the Rangers won handedly behind a 56-7 score.
Dallas Jesuit's offense will need to score in bunches if it wants to beat Highland Park and remain atop the Texas Class 6A Region I District 7 standings.
Two of the best teams in one of the most stacked districts in Texas high school football face off this week and you don't want to miss it.