Video: Jerry Jones and Tony Romo watch Highland Park win a state title in Texas.
ARLINGTON, Texas —
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has enjoyed some big wins at beautiful AT&T Stadium, none more than the one he celebrated Saturday.
The owner of America's team sat in a suite along with Tony Romo to watch Jones' grandson John Stephen Jones
and the Highland Park (Dallas, Texas)
Scots win the Texas 5A Division I championship with a 16-7 win over Temple before more than 35,000 fans.
It was Highland Park's fourth state title and first since 2005 when Matthew Stafford led it to a championship.
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The younger Jones accounted for both touchdowns on runs of 36 and 1 yards as the Scots overcame a 7-0 deficit to finish 14-2 and Jones was named Offensive MVP for the game.
Jerry Jones and Romo watched from a suite behind the first level on the Highlands' sideline.
Temple (12-4) took a 7-0 lead on a 38-yard run by Jemiyah Franklin midway through the first quarter. John Stephen Jones, a 5-foot-10, 165-pound junior quarterback, tied it in the second quarter with his 36-yard TD and put the Scots in the lead for good with 1:46 left in the third quarter.