FORT WORTH- Fort Worth Dunbar DB Traylon Williams intercepted three passes in South Oak Cliff territory to lead a strong defensive effort as Fort Worth Dunbar (2-1) defeated South Oak Cliff (2-1) 19-7 at Scarborough-Handley Field in eastern Fort Worth. The effort was even more impressive considering Dunbar was missing their top defensive player, Oklahoma recruit [DB]Rashod Favors[/DB].
Williams' first interception might have been the biggest of the game as with SOC threatening to score right before the half Williams intercepted Semaj Riley on the goal line. SOC had a 98 yard kickoff return by Barron Perry called back earlier called back for an illegal block in the back.
Jordan Rollerson paced the Dunbar offensive attack with 103 yards and the game's first touchdown on a one yard run. That drive was set up by Darius White who returned the opening kickoff to midfield. South Oak Cliff was able to hold WR Darius White to just two receptions for 18 yards, but one of those catches was a 17 yard touchdown reception from Erick Martin to put Dunbar up 12-0 right before halftime.
After Williams' interception return to midfield, Dunbar went up 19-0 on Martin's one yard scoring run with three seconds remaining in the half.
South Oak Cliff got their only score of the game on a one yard run by Barron Perry, which was set up by Anthony Garner who blocked a Dunbar punt.
The Golden Bears had a second touchdown called back in the third quarter as Robert Jones appeared to have a 52 yard touchdown run but it was called back on a holding penalty. SOC finished the game with 11 penalties for 81 yards.