Junior quarterback DJ Bailey threw for 358 yards and six touchdowns on 28 of 38 passing as DeSoto (3-1, 1-0 District 11-6A) crushed Skyline 63-0 in the district-opener at Forester Field on Friday Night.
DeSoto -- the No, 4 team in SportsDay's class 6A area rankings -- opened the scoring with its defense in the middle of the first quarter on a 25-yard fumble return for a touchdown by linebacker Brandon Booker and held the Skyline (0-4, 0-1) offense to 11 total yards in the first half and 21 total yards for the game. DeSoto forced nine punts.
Offensively, five DeSoto receivers caught touchdown passes, led by five-star Texas commit Johntay Cook's 179 yards and two touchdowns. Fellow Texas commit Tre Wisner also had two touchdowns while adding 98 total yards.
Skyline's biggest play of the game came on a blocked extra point, which Kenzavius Lundy returned to the DeSoto 19-yard line late in the fourth quarter.