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  1. Here we go! 2021 is here and scrimmages begin this week. Dave Campbell’s TEXAS FOOTBALL has the district shaking out like this: District 11-2A Prediction: 1 Normangee 2 Centerville 3 Grapeland 4 Alto 5 Leon 6 Groveton 2021 SCHEDULES: ALTO ( 1-1 / 0-0 )W1 - TROUP 48 - ALTO 18 W2 - @ TIMPSON CANCELLEDW3 - PRICE CARLISLE CANCELLED W4 - ALTO 42 - WINONA 7 W5 - SAN AUGUSTINE W6 - @ GRAPELAND W7 - CENTERVILLE W8 - @ JEWETT LEON W9 - NORMANGEE W10 - GROVETON W11- BYE CENTERVILLE ( 3-1 / 0-0 )W1 - CENTERVILLE 27 - NEW WAVERLY 14 W2 - CORRIGAN-CAMDEN
  2. The Alto Yellowjackets will host the San Augustine Wolves this week. The Mean Sting got their first win of the season 42-7 against the Winona Wildcats on Friday. San Augustine fell 62-7 to a talented West Rusk squad. The Jackets have only played one other game (a first week loss to undefeated Troup) and then had a couple weeks off because of Covid. The Wolves started the season with a win over West Sabine but have dropped the next games to Beaumont Kelly, Elkhart and then West Rusk. Both squads have new coaches this season. The Wolves are a young group and the Jackets are feeling confident aft
  3. The Alto Yellowjackets will host the Winona Wildcats this Friday at 7:30 in the first home game of the season. (I’m claiming it right now! Lol) The Jackets have not played since Week 1 vs. Troup and are anxious to get back under the Friday night lights. Winona has three games under their belts with a win over Lone Oak and losses to Frankston and Elysian Fields. It’s homecoming in Alto with festivities beginning at 7:00 p.m. Fingers crossed that we are 100% and everything goes as scheduled. UPDATE: District 11-2A play is now October 1st for all schools; bye week has been moved to Nove
  4. The Alto Yellowjackets will hopefully return to the gridiron this coming Friday when the Carlisle Indians are scheduled to come to town. Alto HS dismissed classes Thursday and Friday because of high absences due to Covid and is set to resume school on Tuesday, September 7. The game with Timpson was cancelled. The Jackets and Indians have one common opponent: Troup, both losses. Alto fell 48-18 while Carlisle lost 41-26. Both squads are looking for that first dub! These teams have a special bond because of one night back in 2015 when Alto lost Cam’ron Matthews on the field of play dur
  5. (Side-note: I asked Bear9T1 if he wanted to start this thread since Timpson is the heavy favorite! He said for me to go ahead. Lol) The Alto Yellowjackets (11-2A D1) will travel to Timpson to take on the #3 Bears (10-2A D1) this Friday. The Jackets stumbled out of the gate with a 48-18 loss to Troup while the Bears soundly defeated Frankston 61-0. The Jackets lead the series 30-16-1 but lost to the state semi-finalists 40-6 last year. The last time Timpson defeated Alto two years in a row was in 2003 and 2004. Seems like a tall task for the Jackets, who are learning a new system
  6. The Alto Yellowjackets (11-2A D1) will travel to Troup to take on the Tigers (9-3A D2) in the first game of the season. The Jackets return 20 lettermen with 8 offensive and 8 defensive starters. Alto graduated 4 seniors and finished the 2020 season a disappointing 2-8 (1-4 in district) and missed the playoffs for the first time in 17 years. (Tough tough all the way around and very humbling, too! They say adversity is good for you though, right?!). The JV Jackets finished as district champions. The Mean Sting is picked by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football to finish District 11-2A 4th behind Norm
  7. The Alto Yellowjackets travel to Centerville to take on the Tigers this Friday at 7:00 p.m. The Jackets fell in the district opener to Grapeland 50-28 while Centerville was “upset” (?) by Leon 44-14. Best I can tell Alto and Centerville have played a total of 10 times with Alto leading the series 6-4. The last meeting was in 2016 in the bi-district playoffs with Centerville winning 49-28. Alto put up a season-high 28 points against a tough Grapeland team but is still looking for that first W. It’s 2020.....like Bizarro world. Covid pandemic, HS baseball cancelled, no track season, son an
  8. The Alto Yellowjackets open District 11-2A D1 play when the Grapeland Sandies come to town on Friday, October 4th. The Jackets fell to San Augustine Friday night while the Sandies defeated Burkeville. Though improving each week, the Mean Sting is still looking for their first win of the 2020 season. Alto leads the series with Grapeland 39-22-1 and last played in 2015 when they were in the same district; Alto won that game 48-28. The Sandies’ last victory was in 1991, a 41-21 win. Second season begins Friday! Who goes 1-0? Interesting side note: Alto and Grapeland first played in Alto
  9. The Alto Yellowjackets will travel to San Augustine to take on the Wolves for Week 5 pre-district action. The Jackets’ game with Winona was cancelled while San Augustine fell to Winnsboro. Alto leads the series 19-9 and has won the last 7 of 10 games but San Augustine has been beast mode and the team to beat the last three years as Region 3 champs. Who ya got?
  10. We WILL have a winner! Lol The Alto Yellowjackets will travel to Winona to take on the Wildcats in Week 4 pre-district action. Both teams have stumbled out of the gate with uncharacteristic 0-3 starts. The Jackets are young returning 2 starters on each side of the ball with 9 sophomores on the field, juniors who basically have 3 varsity games under their belts, and less than a handful of seniors. The JV was 10-0 so there is promise, but the young men are having to grow up and grow up fast. Last night was a “victory” of sorts as the Jackets held a strong Carlisle team to 12 points (2 field
  11. The Alto Yellowjackets (11-2A D1) will host the Timpson Bears (10-2A D1) for homecoming this Friday. The Jackets opened the season with a tough loss to Troup 27-0 while the Bears defeated Frankston 68-24. The Jackets lead the series 30-15-1 and defeated Timpson 45-0 last year while the Alto JV won 18-0. Timpson defeated Alto in 2004 by a score of 14-7. The Bears (bi-district finalists from a year ago) return 17 lettermen with 6 offensive and 7 defensive starters. The young Jackets are trying to find their groove with almost all new personnel in most positions. Who wins?
  12. The Alto Yellowjackets (11-2A D1) will host the Troup Tigers (9-3A D2) in the first game of this Covid season. The Jackets are a young group, returning 10 lettermen with 2 offensive and 2 defensive starters. Alto graduated 17 seniors and finished the 2019 season 11-1, while the JV Jackets finished with a 10-0 record. The Mean Sting is picked by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football to win District 11-2A followed by Grapeland, Groveton, and Centerville. Coach Meeks is beginning his third season in Alto. The Troup Tigers return 12 lettermen with 3 offensive and 6 defensive starters. The Tigers fi
  13. The Alto Yellowjackets (District 10-2A Champions) will take on their former district mate Joaquin Rams (District 11-2A Runner-up) in the area round of the playoffs. The game will be played Friday, November 22nd at 7:30 at Lufkin’s Abe Martin Stadium; Alto is the home team. The winner will advance to Round 3 to play the winner of Big Sandy (10-2A 4th seed) vs. Groveton (12-2A Runner-up). The Jackets lead the series 13-2 with the Rams winning the last two meetings. Who advances? ALTO ( 11-0 / 5-0 ) W1 - PALESTINE WESTWOOD 26-20 W2 - @ TIMPSON 45-0 W3 - NEW DIANA 50
  14. The 2019 football season is on the horizon! The first prediction for District 10-2A that I have seen was on Twitter today by Scouting Report (@SR_scouting) SO I thought I would go ahead and start this thread. I like the way this looks.
  15. The Alto Yellowjackets (District 10-2A Champions) will take on their former district mate Cayuga Wildcats (District 9-2A 4th seed) in the bi-district round of the playoffs. The game will be played Thursday, November 14th at 7:00 p.m. at Jacksonville’s historic and newly renovated Tomato Bowl (hosting 1st playoff in 16 years!); Alto is the visitor. The winner will play the winner of Joaquin (11-2A Runner-up) vs. Shelbyville (12-2A 3rd seed). Who advances? ALTO ( 10-0 / 5-0 ) W1 - PALESTINE WESTWOOD 26-20 W2 - @ TIMPSON 45-0 W3 - NEW DIANA 50-0 W4 - @ GARRISON 2
  16. The #8 Alto Yellowjackets will host the Union Grove Lions on Friday, November 8 on Cam’Ron Matthews Field at Jacket Stadium. It will be Senior Night and what a senior class it is! This group of 17 young men have done something very special, leading the way to an undefeated 9-0 season. The Jackets clinched the district championship with the win over Hawkins (57-8). There is nothing more they had rather do than finish Senior Night on our home field with a win to take us to 10-0 for the first time since 2015. Will the Mean Sting take care of UG or do the upset-minded Lions prevail?
  17. The Alto Yellowjackets will host the red-hot Hawkins Hawks on Friday, November 1st. The Mean Sting is undefeated on the season for the first time since 2015 and the Hawks enter this game brimming with confidence after upsetting Big Sandy 18-6. Both teams have qualified for the playoffs. Can the Jackets take care of business enroute to 9-0 or does Hawkins carry an undefeated district record to Carlisle next week? Who ya got?
  18. The Alto Yellowjackets will travel to Cushing to take on the Bearkats Friday, October 25th. The Jackets lead the series 13-1 with that one loss coming in 1992. On paper, this game is a mismatch but we play the game for a reason! Who ya got?
  19. The Alto Yellowjackets (6-0 | 1-0) will host the Carlisle Indians (4-2 | 1-0) in a key District 10-2A contest Friday, October 18th. The winner has a leg up in the district championship race. The Jackets were soundly defeated last year at Carlisle and hope to avenge the loss this season at home. It’s been since 2016 that Carlisle played at Alto. The series is tight with the Jackets holding a slight edge 6-5-2. Who wins the 2019 version of Alto-Carlisle? 2018 Price Carlisle 55-12 DIS 2017 Alto 31-28 DIS 2016 Price Carlisle 28-7 DIS 2015 Alto 21-8 DIS 2014 Alto 52-34 D
  20. SECOND SEASON: District play begins! The Alto Yellowjackets travel to Big Sandy to take on the Wildcats in the District 10-2A opener on Friday, October 11th. The Jackets are 5-0 for the first time since 2015 with wins over Westwood, Timpson, New Diana, Garrison, and Corrigan-Camden. Big Sandy has losses to San Augustine, Timpson, Mineola, and Rivercrest; they defeated Alba-Golden in Week 2. The Jackets took this one last season 21-12. Who starts district 1-0?
  21. The Alto Yellowjackets (4-0) will travel to Corrigan-Camden (3-1) in hopes of avenging last year’s 39-26 loss to the Bulldogs at Jacket Stadium. The Mean Sting defense is playing lights out in the last 3 games with 2 shut outs (Timpson/New Diana), allowing one touchdown to Garrison. The Bulldogs fell to Joaquin 16-14. This is the final tuneup for district play for both teams. Who takes the dub?
  22. The Alto Yellowjackets (3-0) will travel to Garrison (1-1) to take on the Bulldogs Friday, September 20th. The Jackets are coming off back-to-back shutouts of Timpson 45-0 and New Diana 50-0. The #8 Bulldogs fell in a “dawg fight” to #5 San Augustine 36-28, after defeating Crockett last week 38-32. The Mean Sting has a big test this week! Who takes it?
  23. The Alto Yellowjackets (2-0) host the New Diana Eagles (2-0) for Homecoming 2019 in pre-district action on Friday the 13th! The Jackets won 32-14 last year in New Diana. Both teams come into this game looking to stay undefeated. The Jackets have defeated Palestine Westwood 28-20 and Timpson 45-0 while New Diana handily defeated Harmony 44-14 and White Oak 34-14 in statement games. This looks like an Eagle team that is on a roll! The Jackets, meanwhile found their groove in Week 2 playing with fewer penalties and turnovers. Who wins this game? Can’t imagine the Mean Sting losing a homecoming ga
  24. The Alto Yellowjackets travel to Timpson to take on the Bears in a 10-2A vs 11-2A showdown. The Mean Sting survived a close one with the Westwood Panthers, winning 28-20 at home. The Bears fell to Hemphill 56-39. Last year the Jackets took this one 51-27. I predict the black and gold team will win! Lol Jacket victory! Hope we can reduce our penalties and put our best foot forward this week. Good luck to both teams.
  25. The Alto Yellowjackets open the 2019 football season against the Palestine Westwood Panthers at Jacket Stadium. The Jackets finished the 2018 season with an 8-4 record while the Panthers ended 1-9. Both teams are under second year coaches, Ricky Meeks (Alto) and Richard Bishop (Westwood). The Mean Sting won last year’s meeting 48-28. Both teams hope to take a step forward this season, and a win on this night would be a great start! Lots of returning starters on both teams: Alto with 8/7 and Westwood 6/6. I believe Alto has enough experience and talent to take this one by several touchdo
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