Tolar’s 48-7 homecoming game blowout of Millsap on Friday gave the Rattlers a 2-0 record in District 6-2A as they improved to 4-1 overall. The Rattlers are tied for first place with Scurry-Rosser and Mildred – Tolar’s next two opponents.
Tolar head coach Mike Franklin said he expects most – if not all – of his team’s injured players to be ready to play again Friday as the Rattlers play at home for a second straight week and go for their fourth consecutive victory.
Running back Cory Solomon had another strong outing after he had missed almost two full games with an ankle injury. He scored four touchdowns and rushed for 262 yards against Millsap, giving the three-year varsity veteran six scores and 432 yards on the ground so far in district.
Scurry-Rosser (5-0, 2-0) was a 63-7 winner over Dallas Life Oak Cliff Friday.
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