Time: 7:30 p.m. Friday
Stadium: Orville Rogers Field at Clyde-Perkins Stadium
Parish Episcopal: Daniel Novakov
Grace Community: Norm Thompson (3rd year, 11-11 at Grace)
Last week: Dallas Parish Episcopal 33, Cedar Hill Trinity Christian 27, OT; Grace Community 70, Redwater 38
Up next: Dallas Parish Episcopal at Fort Worth All Saints; Wills Point at Grace Community
Players to Watch
Parish Episcopal: QB Preston Stone … WR Caleb Kulp … WR Christian Benson … Andrew Merrick … Keegon Addison … Colby Blatnik … Luke Bridges
Grace Community: RB Jeremiah Milton … QB Price Williams … WE Emmanuel Milton … WR Peyton Walters … LB/K Alex Quintero … WE Luke Smith … DB Isaiah Milton … DB Joshua Murray … Kaden Ramirez
Did you know: Brothers Jeremiah Milton, Emmanuel Milton and Isaiah Milton all scored touchdowns in the first quarter of last week’s win over Redwater with Isaiah scoring on a one-yard run, Jeremiah rushing for a two-yard touchdown, and Emmanuel hauling in a 20-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Price Williams … Grace’s Alvin Skipworth, who is currently out with an injury, received an invitation this week to play for the East squad in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl … Jeremiah Milton has rushed for 320 yards and five touchdowns in two games. Emmanuel Milton has nine catches for 162 yards and three scores, and he’s intercepted two passes on defense … Ramirez leads the Cougars with 15 tackles … Williams has thrown for 551 yards with five touchdowns … Stone is regarded as the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback in the country for the Class of 2021. He has offers from Alabama, Auburn, Arizona, Arizona State, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Texas and Texas A&M, among others … Stone threw for 210 yards and two touchdowns in the opener … Parish Episcopal’s opening game was televised on ESPNU … It will be the second consecutive night a highly regarded dual-threat quarterback will visit Tyler. Longview’s Haynes King, ranked as the No. 1 dual-threat quarterback in the Class of 2020, played against John Tyler on Thursday night … Parish Episcopal is ranked second in the state by the Lone Star Christian Sports Network ... According to Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine in conjunction with Jerry Forrest of PigskinPrep.com, Parish Episcopal is favored by 29 points.
Twitter-sized preview: Parish Episcopal comes in with a high ranking and a big-time quarterback. Grace has an offense averaging 58 points per game. If Grace can continue its offensive explosion, it will have a chance to knock off one of the state’s top teams.