After winning their regular season finales last week, the 9-1 Rockwall Yellowjackets and 6-4 Rockwall-Heath Hawks will open the state football playoffs on Friday.

Rockwall, which completed District 10-6A with a clean state after beating Tyler Legacy 46-17, will entertain the 4-6 Sachse Mustangs at 7 p.m. in a Division I bi-district playoff on Cameron-Webb Field at Wilkerson-Sanders Stadium.

Heath, a 38-6 winner over North Forney, will travel to the Wylie Stadium to battle 9-1 Wylie at 7 p.m. in a Division II bi-district playoff game.

Rockwall concluded district play at 6-0 after taking care of business against Tyler Legacy. The Yellowjackets rolled up 475 yards of total offense including 247 rushing and 228 passing.

Rockwall quarterback Lake Bennett was 8-of-11 passing for 188 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 14 yards and a TD on three carries. His quarterback rating was a stellar 154.4.

Mason Marshall spelled Bennett at quarterback and was 5-of-8 passing for 59 yards.

Noble Johnson led the Rockwall receivers with four catches for 118 yards. Aiden Meeks caught three for 64 yards and a TD. Jacob Rhodes caught a 6-yard TD pass and Kort Johnson had a 40-yard pass reception.

Parker Williams led the Rockwall rushers with 74 yards and a TD on eight carries.

Quintero Jones ran for a 63-yard touchdown.

Ashten Emory ran for 37 yards and a TD on six carries.

Sachse went 4-4 in District 9-6A play after whipping North Garland 63-21 last week. 

Sachse was 19-of-19 passing for 337 yards against North Garland. Brendon George was 13-of-13 for 100 yards and three TDs. Victor Jesus Gutierrez was 6-of-6 for 82 yards and two scores. George led the Mustang rushers with 64 yards and a TD on five carries.

Jhett Creel topped the Sachse receivers with three catches for 61 yards and a TD and Robbie Rothrock caught two for 44 yards and two scores.

Heath put two rushers over the 100-yard mark in its lopsided win over North Forney. Britton Snider ran for 210 yards and two TDs on 22 carries and Jack Davenport rushed for 100 yards and a TD on nine carries as the Hawks piled up 355 yards rushing.

Heath quarterback Caleb Hoover was y7-of-16 passing for 116 yards and one TD.

Wylie East finished first in District 9-6A with a 7-1 record after falling in the regular season finale 35-28 to Rowlett. 

Wylie East quarterback Jaedon Hubbard was 12-of-24 passing for 226 yards and three TDs and Maddox Fuller went 4-of-6 for 51 yards.

Tristan Lee led the Raider rushers with 96 yards on 13 carries.

Terrell Washington Jr. caught seven passes for 90 yards and Lee caught three for 86 yards and a TD.

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