- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 22, 2014

SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Cisco running back Mason Reed scored on a 3-yard run with 11 minutes left to play as the North beat the South, 13-7, in the Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star football game.

Reed, who has signed to play for Texas Tech in the fall, broke a 7-7 tie with his run Tuesday in San Antonio.

Jake Parker’s 17-yard touchdown catch just before halftime opened the North scoring. The 6-foot-1 star Whitehouse receiver, who will attend Tyler Junior College in the fall, caught three passes for 78 yards overall. The performance earned him Offensive Most Valuable Player honors.

Parker’s TD catch came after a South drive stalled because of a quarterback sack by Northwest linebacker Duke Kicinski. The West Texas A&M; signee was named Defensive MVP.

The sack was the Kicinski’s second of the game as he ran down Houston Lamar quarterback Darrell Colbert Jr, who is set to play for SMU. Colbert had led the South with a game-high 146 passing yards and, including a 2-yard touchdown completion to Port Lavaca Calhoun’s Jakorious Williams that tied the game late in the third quarter.

Colbert, who was sacked five times, tried to lead the South on a late comeback. Following the North’s missed 29-yard field goal by Matt Marrs, Colbert led the South to midfield before the final drive stalled and the game ended.

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