Walls leads Lewisville to win over C.A. Johnson

Herald correspondentOctober 20, 2012 

— In a mistake-filled game the Lewisville Lions had a trump card: Qua Walls. He had two touchdown rushing, two touchdown passes, a 71-yard punt return, and an interception to help Lewisville pull away from C A Johnson for a 47-26 Friday.

C A Johnson hung around despite falling behind 15-0 less than six minutes into the game. Michael Knox accounted for all four touchdowns, two rushing and two passing for the Green Hornets.

The Lions defense forced five C A Johnson turnovers. It also sacked Knox five times.

Walls passed completed 24 of 37 passes for 265 yards. Shrine Bowl selection Malcolm Means rushed 14 times for 102 and a 63-yard touchdown run. Knox rushed for 111 rushing yards for C A Johnson.

Lewisville 47, C A Johnson 26



LHS--Qua Walls 32 yd run (Michael Spence run)

LHS-- Walls 71 yd punt ret ( Alan Jordan kick)

CAJ-- Anthony Eaddy from Michael Knox 20 yds (pass failed)

LHS Christian Cok from Qua Walls 26 yds (run failed)

CAJ-- Kabaris Daniels from Knox 12 yds ( pass failed)

LHS-- Dre Bailey 14 yd punt ret ( Jordan kick)

LHS-- Qua Walls 12 yd run (Jordan kick)

CAJ-- Knox 6 yd run ( run failed)

LHS-- Cody Montgomery from Qua Walls 37 yds ( kick failed)

CAJ-- Knox 52 yd run ( Tarik Pryor run)

LHS-- Malcolm Means 63 yd run (kick failed)


Pass yds154265


Rushing-- C A Johnson Knox 19-111, Pryor 11-86, Isaiah Crearer 3- (-12). Lewisville Means 14-102, Walls 12-87, Tony Gaston 3-22

Passing-- C A Johnson Knox 14-31- 139-2-3, Lewisville-- Walls 24-37-251-2-1.

Receiving-- C A Johnson-- Peter Goodman 2-33, Kabaris Daniels 4-33, Anthony Eaddy 5-77, Isaiah Crearer 4-11. Lewisville-- Malcolm Means 5-37, Tony Gaston 6-74, Michael Spence 1-4, Christian Cok 5-49, Alan Jordan 3-41, Cody Montgomery 4-57.

C A Johnson 2-8, 2-2 region 3-A Lewisville 7-2, 2-1

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