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5 minutes ago, Mavchamp said:

Still trying to process a Whitehouse fan lecturing on sportsmanship.....

get real. 

 

I support JAX, WH, & Lindale pretty much the same. Stop deflecting on the fact Marshall played classless last night... That was clear to anyone there on both sides.

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Well "those" you spoke with really weren't paying very close attention then. While it wasn't a large score disparity it wasn't really that close of a call especially statistically.  Marshall

Someone from Whitehouse complaining about class and sportsmanship... That's irony. Sports or not.

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Just now, JoeBurns23 said:

I support JAX, WH, & Lindale pretty much the same. Stop deflecting on the fact Marshall played classless last night... That was clear to anyone there on both sides.

I’m not deflecting anything. 
I said both sides were chippy. 
Saying otherwise is disingenuous. 

No comment on the reversal?  Talk about deflection. 

 

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District 10-5A II  Update –

This weeks scores:

Huntsville  27   A&M Consolidated 7

Lake Creek  61  Bryan Rudder 25    

Montgomery  42   Fulshear  26

Close games were expected this week, but that didn’t happen.  Huntsville asserted themselves and showed why they should be the Region 3 favorite.  Lake Creek somewhat surprisingly routed Bryan Rudder.  Montgomery continues to impress and be in the playoff hunt.

Current Rankings:

1.  Huntsville       5-0,  2-0

2.  A&M Consolidated   5-1,  1-1 

3.  Lake Creek    5-1,  2-0 

4.  Bryan Rudder  4-2,  0-2  

5.  Montgomery   3-2,  1-0

6.  Fulshear     4-2,  0-2

7.  Lamar Consolidated  0-5,  0-1

Big Games Next week:

Montgomery at Bryan Rudder  -  Another toss up game.  This is likely for the #4 playoff spot. 

Lake Creek at A&M Consolidated   – How good is Lake Creek?  They should be playoff bound after destroying Rudder.  Now they get a crack at one of the Top 2 in this district.  

With matchups of 2 vs. 3 and 4 vs. 5, the pecking order of this district will become much more clear after next weekend.

 

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53 minutes ago, EazyMoney said:

District 10-5A II  Update –

This weeks scores:

Huntsville  27   A&M Consolidated 7

Lake Creek  61  Bryan Rudder 25    

Montgomery  42   Fulshear  26

Close games were expected this week, but that didn’t happen.  Huntsville asserted themselves and showed why they should be the Region 3 favorite.  Lake Creek somewhat surprisingly routed Bryan Rudder.  Montgomery continues to impress and be in the playoff hunt.

Current Rankings:

1.  Huntsville       5-0,  2-0

2.  A&M Consolidated   5-1,  1-1 

3.  Lake Creek    5-1,  2-0 

4.  Bryan Rudder  4-2,  0-2  

5.  Montgomery   3-2,  1-0

6.  Fulshear     4-2,  0-2

7.  Lamar Consolidated  0-5,  0-1

Big Games Next week:

Montgomery at Bryan Rudder  -  Another toss up game.  This is likely for the #4 playoff spot. 

Lake Creek at A&M Consolidated   – How good is Lake Creek?  They should be playoff bound after destroying Rudder.  Now they get a crack at one of the Top 2 in this district.  

With matchups of 2 vs. 3 and 4 vs. 5, the pecking order of this district will become much more clear after next weekend.

 

This district is scary good.  Has been for several years now.

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Week 6 Recap:
Texas High beat Hallsville 56-17
Marshall beat Jacksonville 42-21
Pine Tree beat Nacogdoches 34-7
Whitehouse beat Mount Pleasant 33-21
Ennis beat Royse City 71-18
Crandall beat Forney 57-54
North Forney beat Sulphur Springs 56-21
Greenville beat Corsicana 49-28
Longview beat Wylie East 52-17
McKinney North beat West Mesquite 45-32
Highland Park beat Sherman 41-21
Porter beat Cleveland 42-0
Lufkin beat New Caney 13-7 (OT)
Magnolia beat Caney Creek 56-0
Magnolia West beat Waller 56-28
College Station- OFF
Tyler- OFF

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District 8-5A DIV II

ZONE A
Ennis (1-0)(4-0)
Crandall (1-0) (4-1)
Royse City (0-1) (2-2)
Forney (0-1) (0-7)

ZONE B
North Forney (1-0) (5-0)
Greenville (1-0) (3-1)
Corsicana (0-1) (2-4)
Sulphur Springs (0-1) (0-3)

Everything basically started over for the district because of so many missed games.  They moved to zone play.  Each team will play 3 zone games.  Seeding games will be the winner of Zone A playing the winner of Zone B for the district’s No. 1 and No. 2 playoff berths and the second-place teams from each zone playing for the No. 3 and No. 4 playoff berths. If either of those zoned seeding games end up being matchups between two schools that have already played, then the score of their already completed game would determine playoff spots and they wouldn’t play the seeding game.

Ennis and Crandall flexed their way to the top of Zone A, putting Forney and RC on notice.  Another loss would greatly hinder their chances of advancing to the crossover games.

North Forney and Greenville sit atop Zone B.... putting Corsicana and SS behind the eight ball.  


District 9-5A DIV II
Texas High (5-0) (2-0)
Whitehouse (5-0) (2-0)
Pine Tree (4-0-1) (2-0)
Marshall (3-2) (1-1)
Jacksonville (1-4) (1-1)
Mount Pleasant (2-3) (0-2)
Nacogdoches (1-3) (0-2)
Hallsville (0-4) (0-2)

No upsets in the second week of district play, which kept three teams undefeated at the top of the district.  This is setting up some big games in the coming weeks.  Texarkana, WH, and PT are a combined (14-0-1).  Marshall got in the win column with a win over Jacksonville.  MP, Nac, and Hallsville are in early holes for the playoff race.

District 7-5A DIV I
Longview (5-1) (2-0)
Highland Park (3-0) (1-0)
McKinney North (2-3) (2-0)
Sherman (2-5) (1-1)
Tyler (0-4) (0-1)
Wylie East (1-3) (0-2)
West Mesquite (0-6) (0-2)

Highland Park and Longview will finally settle district supremacy this week.  McKinney North seems to have found a bit of a groove.  Sherman holding on to the final playoff slot thus far.  Tyler is in desperation mode to stay in the playoff race.  
 

District 8-5A DIV I
Magnolia (5-1) (4-0)
Magnolia West (5-1) (3-0)
College Station (5-1) (2-1)
Waller (2-3) (2-1)
Lufkin (3-3) (2-2)
New Caney (2-3) (1-2)
Porter (3-3) (1-3)
Cleveland (1-4) (0-3)
Caney Creek (0-5) (0-3)

Magnolia and Magnolia West continue to set up a monster battle for the district championship.   However, College Station may have something to say about that.  Lufkin continues their creep back up the standings.  The race for 3rd and 4th places could get very cloudy with as many as 4 teams battling it out.  Stay tuned.

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Week 6 Games:
Lufkin Vs. College Station
Waller Vs. Magnolia
Caney Creek Vs. Porter
Cleveland Vs. New Caney
Magnolia West- OFF

Lufkin and College Station are the game of the week in the district.  LP will have to get a tough road win, CS is looking to remain in the district title race.  Magnolia will face Waller in a huge game to keep the Bulldogs in the race.  Porter looking to stay in the race, while New Caney is also in desperation mode for a win.

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Greenville Vs. North Forney
Ennis Vs. Crandall
Corsicana Vs. Sulphur Springs
Forney Vs. Royse City

Greenville and NF is the game of the week.  The winner will clinch a chance to get a crossover game.  The loser will have to get another win.  Same scenario for Ennis and Crandall, the winner clinches.  The winner of the Corsicana/SS game keeps crossover hopes alive, while the loser will be all but eliminated.  Same for Forney and RC.  

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Texas High Vs. Marshall
Jacksonville Vs. Pine Tree
Nacogdoches Vs. Mount Pleasant
Whitehouse Vs. Hallsville

Texarkana Vs. Marshall is the game of the week.  Tigers looking to remain on pace with PT and WH at the top of the district.  Marshall needing a signature win to stay in the district title race.  Pine Tree hosts Jax and WH takes on Hallsville in games each will be heavy favorites.  Hallsville, Nac, and MP are all on the verge of elimination.  In what might be one of the most intriguing games of the week, Nac will be in MP.  The winner will keep their playoff hopes alive, while the loser will find themselves on the outside looking in most likely for the postseason. 
 

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Highland Park Vs. Longview
West Mesquite Vs. Tyler
Wylie East Vs. McKinney North
Sherman- OFF

Highand Park and Longview will tangle for should be for the district championship this Friday.  Tyler hosts WM in a must win game for the Lions.  McNorth is looking to keep themselves in the thick of things, and Sherman will take the week off.

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Still a little cloudy.... and some conjecture..... but a glimpse at what 5A D-1 R-III could look like

w9 Texarkana / f10 Lake Creek/Montgomery
r12 Port Neches-Groves / t11 Houston Sterling
w10 Huntsville / f9 Whitehouse/Marshall
r11 Fort Bend Willowridge / t12 Texas City/Nederland
w11 Fort Bend Marshall / f12 Texas City/Nederland
r10 A&M Consolidated / t9 Marshall/Whitehouse
w12 Crosby / f11 Houston Austin
r9 Longview Pine Tree / t10 Lake Creek/Montgomery

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24 minutes ago, Aledo said:

I'd be very surprised if Barbers Hill does not make the playoffs. 

They better get it going.

They are (1-4) and still have PNG, Nederland, and Texas City left to play. 

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59 minutes ago, Mavchamp said:

They better get it going.

They are (1-4) and still have PNG, Nederland, and Texas City left to play. 

I agree that BH should be in the playoffs, and could go anywhere from 2-4.  They had a lot of turnovers against Crosby, but I can’t see them finishing below Texas City.  

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Week 6 Games:
Lufkin Vs. College Station - CS
Waller Vs. Magnolia - Magnolia
Caney Creek Vs. Porter - Porter
Cleveland Vs. New Caney - NC
Magnolia West- OFF

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2 hours ago, topher805 said:

Week 6 Games:
Lufkin Vs. College Station - CS
Waller Vs. Magnolia - Magnolia
Caney Creek Vs. Porter - Porter
Cleveland Vs. New Caney - NC
Magnolia West- OFF

Kind of a snoozer in this district this week.  CS vs Lufkin might be decent for 3 vs 4 matchup. 

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11 minutes ago, EazyMoney said:

Kind of a snoozer in this district this week.  CS vs Lufkin might be decent for 3 vs 4 matchup. 

Depends on health for LP. If everyone is there, it should be a good one.

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On 10/31/2020 at 1:39 PM, Mavchamp said:

I’m not deflecting anything. 
I said both sides were chippy. 
Saying otherwise is disingenuous. 

No comment on the reversal?  Talk about deflection. 

 

On the reversal, MAVCHAMP, good for y'all. What I found out on targeting is since officials do not have instant replay, I was told they do not eject unless they are 100% positive it was targeting. So, I guess he was sure our #16 didn't draw back and attempt to punch a Marshall player. LOL!! The reversal of the targeting and the fact they did not throw our kid out really fits how the game was called, IMO :) again, all that happened with FOUR officials on the field. Maybe they just had bad angles (?) BTW, the TD catch by JAX's # 3 in the end zone was good, I have watched it over and over and he toe-tapped his left foot before his right foot went out of bounds -- that was with 5 officials. Good luck this week!

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1 hour ago, Matt said:

On the reversal, MAVCHAMP, good for y'all. What I found out on targeting is since officials do not have instant replay, I was told they do not eject unless they are 100% positive it was targeting. So, I guess he was sure our #16 didn't draw back and attempt to punch a Marshall player. LOL!! The reversal of the targeting and the fact they did not throw our kid out really fits how the game was called, IMO :) again, all that happened with FOUR officials on the field. Maybe they just had bad angles (?) BTW, the TD catch by JAX's # 3 in the end zone was good, I have watched it over and over and he toe-tapped his left foot before his right foot went out of bounds -- that was with 5 officials. Good luck this week!

So you can conclusively say the Jax TD was good via replay but can’t do the same to debunk the targeting play????

Thats pretty astonishing team-colored vision.   

The fact that the officiating was horrendous is about the only thing we agree on. Which is ironic. 

Best of of luck this week.

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2 hours ago, Mavchamp said:

So you can conclusively say the Jax TD was good via replay but can’t do the same to debunk the targeting play????

Thats pretty astonishing team-colored vision.   

The fact that the officiating was horrendous is about the only thing we agree on. Which is ironic. 

Best of of luck this week.

No, I didn’t say that.... they reversed it, so it wasn’t targeting. I thought you could tell that is what I was saying. Guess not, LOL! 

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On 11/1/2020 at 1:38 PM, Mavchamp said:

Week 6 Recap:
Texas High beat Hallsville 56-17
Marshall beat Jacksonville 42-21
Pine Tree beat Nacogdoches 34-7
Whitehouse beat Mount Pleasant 33-21
Ennis beat Royse City 71-18
Crandall beat Forney 57-54
North Forney beat Sulphur Springs 56-21
Greenville beat Corsicana 49-28
Longview beat Wylie East 52-17
McKinney North beat West Mesquite 45-32
Highland Park beat Sherman 41-21
Porter beat Cleveland 42-0
Lufkin beat New Caney 13-7 (OT)
Magnolia beat Caney Creek 56-0
Magnolia West beat Waller 56-28
College Station- OFF
Tyler- OFF

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District 8-5A DIV II

ZONE A
Ennis (1-0)(4-0)
Crandall (1-0) (4-1)
Royse City (0-1) (2-2)
Forney (0-1) (0-7)

ZONE B
North Forney (1-0) (5-0)
Greenville (1-0) (3-1)
Corsicana (0-1) (2-4)
Sulphur Springs (0-1) (0-3)

Everything basically started over for the district because of so many missed games.  They moved to zone play.  Each team will play 3 zone games.  Seeding games will be the winner of Zone A playing the winner of Zone B for the district’s No. 1 and No. 2 playoff berths and the second-place teams from each zone playing for the No. 3 and No. 4 playoff berths. If either of those zoned seeding games end up being matchups between two schools that have already played, then the score of their already completed game would determine playoff spots and they wouldn’t play the seeding game.

Ennis and Crandall flexed their way to the top of Zone A, putting Forney and RC on notice.  Another loss would greatly hinder their chances of advancing to the crossover games.

North Forney and Greenville sit atop Zone B.... putting Corsicana and SS behind the eight ball.  


District 9-5A DIV II
Texas High (5-0) (2-0)
Whitehouse (5-0) (2-0)
Pine Tree (4-0-1) (2-0)
Marshall (3-2) (1-1)
Jacksonville (1-4) (1-1)
Mount Pleasant (2-3) (0-2)
Nacogdoches (1-3) (0-2)
Hallsville (0-4) (0-2)

No upsets in the second week of district play, which kept three teams undefeated at the top of the district.  This is setting up some big games in the coming weeks.  Texarkana, WH, and PT are a combined (14-0-1).  Marshall got in the win column with a win over Jacksonville.  MP, Nac, and Hallsville are in early holes for the playoff race.

District 7-5A DIV I
Longview (5-1) (2-0)
Highland Park (3-0) (1-0)
McKinney North (2-3) (2-0)
Sherman (2-5) (1-1)
Tyler (0-4) (0-1)
Wylie East (1-3) (0-2)
West Mesquite (0-6) (0-2)

Highland Park and Longview will finally settle district supremacy this week.  McKinney North seems to have found a bit of a groove.  Sherman holding on to the final playoff slot thus far.  Tyler is in desperation mode to stay in the playoff race.  
 

District 8-5A DIV I
Magnolia (5-1) (4-0)
Magnolia West (5-1) (3-0)
College Station (5-1) (2-1)
Waller (2-3) (2-1)
Lufkin (3-3) (2-2)
New Caney (2-3) (1-2)
Porter (3-3) (1-3)
Cleveland (1-4) (0-3)
Caney Creek (0-5) (0-3)

Magnolia and Magnolia West continue to set up a monster battle for the district championship.   However, College Station may have something to say about that.  Lufkin continues their creep back up the standings.  The race for 3rd and 4th places could get very cloudy with as many as 4 teams battling it out.  Stay tuned.

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Week 6 Games:
Lufkin Vs. College Station
Waller Vs. Magnolia
Caney Creek Vs. Porter
Cleveland Vs. New Caney
Magnolia West- OFF

Lufkin and College Station are the game of the week in the district.  LP will have to get a tough road win, CS is looking to remain in the district title race.  Magnolia will face Waller in a huge game to keep the Bulldogs in the race.  Porter looking to stay in the race, while New Caney is also in desperation mode for a win.

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Greenville Vs. North Forney
Ennis Vs. Crandall
Corsicana Vs. Sulphur Springs
Forney Vs. Royse City

Greenville and NF is the game of the week.  The winner will clinch a chance to get a crossover game.  The loser will have to get another win.  Same scenario for Ennis and Crandall, the winner clinches.  The winner of the Corsicana/SS game keeps crossover hopes alive, while the loser will be all but eliminated.  Same for Forney and RC.  

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Texas High Vs. Marshall
Jacksonville Vs. Pine Tree
Nacogdoches Vs. Mount Pleasant
Whitehouse Vs. Hallsville

Texarkana Vs. Marshall is the game of the week.  Tigers looking to remain on pace with PT and WH at the top of the district.  Marshall needing a signature win to stay in the district title race.  Pine Tree hosts Jax and WH takes on Hallsville in games each will be heavy favorites.  Jax and Hallsville are on the verge of elimination.  In what might be one of the most intriguing games of the week, Nac will be in MP.  The winner will keep their playoff hopes alive, while the loser will find themselves on the outside looking in most likely for the postseason. 
 

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Highland Park Vs. Longview
West Mesquite Vs. Tyler
Wylie East Vs. McKinney North
Sherman- OFF

Highand Park and Longview will tangle for should be for the district championship this Friday.  Tyler hosts WM in a must win game for the Lions.  McNorth is looking to keep themselves in the thick of things, and Sherman will take the week off.

How is Jax on verge of elimination being 1-0 in district?

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On 11/1/2020 at 1:38 PM, Mavchamp said:

Week 6 Recap:
Texas High beat Hallsville 56-17
Marshall beat Jacksonville 42-21
Pine Tree beat Nacogdoches 34-7
Whitehouse beat Mount Pleasant 33-21
Ennis beat Royse City 71-18
Crandall beat Forney 57-54
North Forney beat Sulphur Springs 56-21
Greenville beat Corsicana 49-28
Longview beat Wylie East 52-17
McKinney North beat West Mesquite 45-32
Highland Park beat Sherman 41-21
Porter beat Cleveland 42-0
Lufkin beat New Caney 13-7 (OT)
Magnolia beat Caney Creek 56-0
Magnolia West beat Waller 56-28
College Station- OFF
Tyler- OFF

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District 8-5A DIV II

ZONE A
Ennis (1-0)(4-0)
Crandall (1-0) (4-1)
Royse City (0-1) (2-2)
Forney (0-1) (0-7)

ZONE B
North Forney (1-0) (5-0)
Greenville (1-0) (3-1)
Corsicana (0-1) (2-4)
Sulphur Springs (0-1) (0-3)

Everything basically started over for the district because of so many missed games.  They moved to zone play.  Each team will play 3 zone games.  Seeding games will be the winner of Zone A playing the winner of Zone B for the district’s No. 1 and No. 2 playoff berths and the second-place teams from each zone playing for the No. 3 and No. 4 playoff berths. If either of those zoned seeding games end up being matchups between two schools that have already played, then the score of their already completed game would determine playoff spots and they wouldn’t play the seeding game.

Ennis and Crandall flexed their way to the top of Zone A, putting Forney and RC on notice.  Another loss would greatly hinder their chances of advancing to the crossover games.

North Forney and Greenville sit atop Zone B.... putting Corsicana and SS behind the eight ball.  


District 9-5A DIV II
Texas High (5-0) (2-0)
Whitehouse (5-0) (2-0)
Pine Tree (4-0-1) (2-0)
Marshall (3-2) (1-1)
Jacksonville (1-4) (1-1)
Mount Pleasant (2-3) (0-2)
Nacogdoches (1-3) (0-2)
Hallsville (0-4) (0-2)

No upsets in the second week of district play, which kept three teams undefeated at the top of the district.  This is setting up some big games in the coming weeks.  Texarkana, WH, and PT are a combined (14-0-1).  Marshall got in the win column with a win over Jacksonville.  MP, Nac, and Hallsville are in early holes for the playoff race.

District 7-5A DIV I
Longview (5-1) (2-0)
Highland Park (3-0) (1-0)
McKinney North (2-3) (2-0)
Sherman (2-5) (1-1)
Tyler (0-4) (0-1)
Wylie East (1-3) (0-2)
West Mesquite (0-6) (0-2)

Highland Park and Longview will finally settle district supremacy this week.  McKinney North seems to have found a bit of a groove.  Sherman holding on to the final playoff slot thus far.  Tyler is in desperation mode to stay in the playoff race.  
 

District 8-5A DIV I
Magnolia (5-1) (4-0)
Magnolia West (5-1) (3-0)
College Station (5-1) (2-1)
Waller (2-3) (2-1)
Lufkin (3-3) (2-2)
New Caney (2-3) (1-2)
Porter (3-3) (1-3)
Cleveland (1-4) (0-3)
Caney Creek (0-5) (0-3)

Magnolia and Magnolia West continue to set up a monster battle for the district championship.   However, College Station may have something to say about that.  Lufkin continues their creep back up the standings.  The race for 3rd and 4th places could get very cloudy with as many as 4 teams battling it out.  Stay tuned.

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Week 6 Games:
Lufkin Vs. College Station
Waller Vs. Magnolia
Caney Creek Vs. Porter
Cleveland Vs. New Caney
Magnolia West- OFF

Lufkin and College Station are the game of the week in the district.  LP will have to get a tough road win, CS is looking to remain in the district title race.  Magnolia will face Waller in a huge game to keep the Bulldogs in the race.  Porter looking to stay in the race, while New Caney is also in desperation mode for a win.

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Greenville Vs. North Forney
Ennis Vs. Crandall
Corsicana Vs. Sulphur Springs
Forney Vs. Royse City

Greenville and NF is the game of the week.  The winner will clinch a chance to get a crossover game.  The loser will have to get another win.  Same scenario for Ennis and Crandall, the winner clinches.  The winner of the Corsicana/SS game keeps crossover hopes alive, while the loser will be all but eliminated.  Same for Forney and RC.  

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Texas High Vs. Marshall
Jacksonville Vs. Pine Tree
Nacogdoches Vs. Mount Pleasant
Whitehouse Vs. Hallsville

Texarkana Vs. Marshall is the game of the week.  Tigers looking to remain on pace with PT and WH at the top of the district.  Marshall needing a signature win to stay in the district title race.  Pine Tree hosts Jax and WH takes on Hallsville in games each will be heavy favorites.  Jax and Hallsville are on the verge of elimination.  In what might be one of the most intriguing games of the week, Nac will be in MP.  The winner will keep their playoff hopes alive, while the loser will find themselves on the outside looking in most likely for the postseason. 
 

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Highland Park Vs. Longview
West Mesquite Vs. Tyler
Wylie East Vs. McKinney North
Sherman- OFF

Highand Park and Longview will tangle for should be for the district championship this Friday.  Tyler hosts WM in a must win game for the Lions.  McNorth is looking to keep themselves in the thick of things, and Sherman will take the week off.

Correction 1-1 in district

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3 hours ago, Jets said:

Correction 1-1 in district

It was a typo... my apologies  

I typed all that while responding to Jax posts.  

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Mav freshmen beat Texas High 24-12 to improve to (4-1) on the season, (3-0) in district.

Mav JV lost and they fall to (2-3) (2-1). 

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MP JV improve to 5-1 (2-1 district)with their win over Nac 27-7 (Did not have a game on bye week)

MP Frosh improve to 6-1 (2-1 district)with their win over Nac 28-8

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10 hours ago, Mavchamp said:

It was a typo... my apologies  

I typed all that while responding to Jax posts.  

Oh ok,  im not sayin jax is in good shape,  another loss or 2, then they will be just about eliminated,  i appreciate all the info u post

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