Skyline offense shut down by Aquinas (Fla.)

ARLINGTON, Texas -- In their second straight game against a team from Florida, the Dallas Skyline Raiders were held to just a field goal Monday as they lost to Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas, 31-3, at Cowboys Stadium.

Aquinas, No. 22 in the ESPN RISE FAB 50, held Skyline to only 28 yards rushing and 132 yards of total offense in game two of the Kirk Herbstreit National Kickoff Classic.

Skyline quarterback Devante Kincade went 9-for-19 passing for 97 yards and rushed for 33 yards on 22 carries. Paul Dawson led the Raiders' receiving corps, catching five balls for 59 yards.

The one bright spot on offense was a Sammy Hill kick return for 45 yards. Hill found the seam and broke free of the entire Aquinas defense but could not juke past the kicker, who made the touchdown-saving tackle.

William Barrows had an impressive day for Skyline on the defensive side of the ball, making eight tackles, seven unassisted.

Skyline (0-2) lost to Bell Glade (Fla.) Glades Central, 6-0, in its season opener in Daytona Beach, Fla. The Raiders face their first Texas team Saturday when they take on Arlington Bowie.