VYPE Houston Friday Night Lights Scoreboard (9.24.21): Tomball wins thriller, Stratford downs Cy-Fair

VYPE Houston Friday Night Lights Scoreboard (9.24.21): Tomball wins thriller, Stratford downs Cy-Fair (Copyright (c) 2021 VYPE - All rights reserved)

HOUSTON - It was another wild night of Texas high school football in Houston.

One of the biggest games of the night had to be out at Tomball ISD's new stadium as district rivals Tomball and Tomball Memorial locked horns in the annual Tomball Bowl.


It was "big brother" Tomball that came out with the 48-35 victory, capped by a wild play by Army-commit Cale Hellums where he did his best Johnny Manziel impersonation by running wildly before throwing a crazy touchdown pass with just four seconds left.

The win moved Tomball to a perfect 5-0 on the year and they have now outscored opponents 220-100 on the season.

Another impressive win came from Klein Cain. Since that season-opening loss to Bridgeland on ESPNU, the Hurricanes have been a force. Now winners of four-straight contests including blowing out Klein, 42-14, on Friday. Klein Cain improves to 4-1 on the season.

Other teams that kept the good times rolling were Grand Oaks as they move to 5-0 with a 50-6 win over Chavez; Magnolia West also moves to 5-0 and 3-0 in district after beating Caney Creek 42-6 on Friday. College Station also remained unbeaten in that district with a 35-6 win over New Caney.

It seems that College Station and Magnolia West are on a collision course for November 5, the regular season finale, being for the District Championship.

Other teams that remain undefeated after Week 5 include: CLASS 6A: Katy (5-0), Tomball (5-0), Tompkins (5-0), Summer Creek (4-0), Bridgeland (4-0), Cypress Park (4-0), Stratford (4-0), C.E. King (5-0), Spring (4-0), Westfield (4-0); CLASS 5A: College Station (5-0), Magnolia West (5-0), Angleton (5-0), Katy Paetow (4-0) and Baytown Lee (4-0); CLASS 4A: Huffman (5-0); Private School: St. John's (4-0), The Woodlands Christian Academy (4-0) and Bay Area Christian (5-0)

Looking towards next week already, there's a juicy showdown in District 14-6A as undefeated Spring and Westfield are set to collide. Last season, Spring won that game on a Hail Mary from Bishop Davenport to TJ Sims to win it at the end. What happens for the encore?

Check out a full scoreboard from Friday's action below.