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  1. Atlanta Gladewater Jefferson Sabine Tatum White Oak Overall, I think Jefferson is the only team that will be stronger in 2022. Gladewater, Sabine, Tatum, and White Oak all graduated a lot so I see all 4 not being as good as last year. As far as Atlanta, too many question marks for me to have an opinion on them. I don't see them going 0-10 again mainly because of their schedule. Just my initial, early thoughts. What say you?
  2. I'm interested to see what everyone's thoughts are. Malakoff and Pottsboro are the teams to beat right now. Sabine is looking really good. D7 is getting dicey, and I think all 5 teams could make a run. I think Hooks is the dark horse in the region.
  3. Alright. Here we go. Hughes Springs has slain the mighty Bulldogs. Will they give Atlanta their first loss at home on their new turf?
  4. Atlanta, Tatum, and Gladewater dropping could be very tough to stop these young studs. Will they make some deep runs next couple years? I think they will be top contenders the next few years!
  5. Atlanta had a heck of a battle against Spring Hill!!! Now we're hoping to represent our district well what does everyone think?
  6. Here we go. Who will take it this year? Last year we had a thriller, that ultimately led to Atlanta coming back and pulling away late in the game. Not sure if we have the defense this year to stop Tatum however. We haven't stopped anyone running the ball this year so far, and I don't look for it to change this Friday. We will see though!
  7. Well, here it is. A game I was once anticipating for other reasons, I am now seeing is an absolute must win for Atlanta. If they do not win this, they are out of the playoffs. My, how this season has transpired from what it was thought to have been before week 1. I will add I information on this game tomorrow. The most important part though is - Atlanta has to win. Atlanta hasn't beat Gilmer in 13 years. Gilmer Buckeyes(7-1) vs Atlanta Rabbits(5-3) Gilmer's opponents combined records - (30-32) .484 Atlanta's opponents combined records - (34-27) .557 Atlanta leads the series is tied at (26-24), dating all the way back to 1925. Gilmer averages 49.1 PPG, while allowing just 30.9 PPG. Atlanta averages 28.9 PPG, while allowing 24.5 PPG. Last 5 meetings: 2015 - Gilmer - 24 | Atlanta - 15 - Qtr Finals 2014 - Gilmer - 64 | Atlanta - 25 - Qtr Finals 2013 - Gilmer - 57 | Atlanta - 7 2012 - Gilmer - 57 | Atlanta - 13 - Regional Playoffs 2012 - Gilmer - 31 | Atlanta - 17 Atlanta is coming off a disappointing loss to Gladewater (7-22). Gilmer is coming in after a 2nd half rally to beat Spring Hill (42-7).
  8. I'll add a preview tomorrow! Excited for this matchup! Atlanta Rabbits(5-2) vs Gladewater Bears(5-1) Gladewater's opponents combined records - (21-23) .457 Atlanta's opponents combined records - (25-17) .595 The series is tied at (8-8), dating all the way back to 1962. Gladewater averages 40.5 PPG, while allowing just 15.7 PPG. Atlanta averages 32 PPG, while allowing 24 PPG. Last 5 meetings: 2015 - Atlanta - 35 | Gladewater - 28 2014 - Gladewater - 36 | Atlanta - 14 2013 - Gladewater - 34 | Atlanta - 33 - Area playoff 2013 - Gladewater - 46 | Atlanta - 39 2012 - Atlanta - 31 | Gladewater - 20 Atlanta is coming in after a close, come from behind win against Pleasant Grove (14-7). Gladewater is coming up short in after playing a close game in a East Texas classic with Gilmer (28-35). Gladewater's Schedule | Atlanta's Schedule Gladewater Highlights vs Gilmer Atlanta Highlights vs Pleasant-Grove
  9. Well, might as well get this started. Who shows up? I'll make a preview Sunday or Monday. I'm headed to the Red River Rivalry on top of my recent loss of motivation haha. Atlanta better decide real soon if they want to be in the playoffs. Atlanta Rabbits(4-2) vs Pleasant Grove(1-5) Pleasant Grove's opponents combined records - (20-17) .541 Atlanta's opponents combined records - (22-15) .595 Atlanta leads the series (15-10),Dating all the way back to 1984. Last 5 meetings: 2015 - Atlanta - 55 | Pleasant Grove - 31 2014 - Atlanta - 48 | Pleasant Grove - 7 2013 - Atlanta - 41 | Pleasant Grove - 21 2012 - Atlanta - 50 | Pleasant Grove - 36 2011 - Atlanta - 49 | Pleasant Grove - 7 Atlanta is coming in after a blowout loss to Pittsburg (20-56). Pleasant Grove is coming in after playing a close game with Gilmer for 3 quarters, before the Buckeyes ran away with it (10-31).
  10. Week 7 is upon us! This is the district opener! I will add a preview for this game tomorrow! Atlanta Rabbits(4-1) vs Pittsburg Pirates(3-2) Pittsburg's opponents combined records - (14-14) .500 Atlanta's opponents combined records - (14-12) .538 Atlanta leads the series (22-11-1),Dating all the way back to 1930. Last 5 meetings: 2015 - Pittsburg - 40 | Atlanta - 14 2014 - Atlanta - 55 | Pittsburg - 13 2013 - Atlanta - 49 | Pittsburg - 14 2012 - Atlanta - 41 | Pittsburg - 28 2011 - Pittsburg - 28 | Atlanta - 7 Atlanta is coming off of a 4 game winning streak, beating Daingerfield (41-6), Liberty-Eylau (31-26), New Boston (52-0), and Tatum (53-35). Pittsburg is coming in of of a bye week, after suffering a rough loss to Tatum (21-49). Atlanta is also coming off their first homecoming victory since 2012 (vs Tatum (53-35)). Pittsburg is looking to gain some traction in this season, after such a successful season last year. Pittsburg's Schedule | Atlanta's Schedule In the 2015 matchup between Atlanta and Pittsburg, the game was completely one sided. Pittsburg was able to stop the dominant Atlanta run game, and Atlanta had no answer. Pittsburg put up a 30-0 halftime lead, and coasted the rest of the way. Box Score - Tatum@Atlanta 1st - 2nd - 3rd - 4th Tatum - 14 0 8 13 Atlanta - 0 12 28 13 Tatum@Atlanta Highlights! I will add to this as I get information.
  11. I just wanted to bring attention to an event happening right now that is near to my heart. When I lived in Atlanta, we went to a church called Passion City Church led by Pastor Louie Gigglio. This church was absolutely incredible... It stemmed from an event in 1998 called PASSION in Dallas, Texas. Louie Gigglio, Chris Tomlin, and a few other christian leaders put on this big event for college students and hosted an awesome event for almost nothing... After the finances were added up, they were $1million in the hole from the event. A wealthy man who was at odds with God was so moved by the event, that he went to Louie Gigglio and told him that he did not know what this event cost, but he wanted to donate $1million to see this event go on. 18 years later it is still kicking, and has started a church and a strong movement in the college community. Most of the new hymns and praise songs you hear in churches these days stem from this event. If you want to see it live and replays of the previous events go to Passionconferences.com Also, it is so big this year that they needed 2 arenas in Atlanta, and the Toyota Center in Houston to hold everyone. Jesus is still alive!
  12. I will take PG in a nail biter.
  13. Region 1 - Celina vs. Sweetwater Note: All references to scoring output pertain to all regular- and post-season games inclusively, unless otherwise noted. Similar scoring output for both teams - 638 for Sweetwater and 617 for Celina. Celina has a stouter defense, having surrendered a total of 193 points vs. Sweetwater's yield of 316. Sweetwater, however, is undefeated, whereas Celina has lost twice. Both of Celina's losses were in non-district games, the first a 12-point loss to 4AD1 Argyle, and the second a 19-point loss to Bishop Lynch (TAPPS I) out of Dallas. I feel Celina will top Sweetwater, but the score will be respectably close, and it could just as easily go the other way. Region 2 - Gilmer vs. Atlanta Gilmer has outscored Atlanta by nearly 200 points - 784 to 589. Its defense has also been stingier. Gilmer has allowed 210, while Atlanta has surrendered 278. Also, Gilmer's defense is actually better than "points against" would indicate, since in many games most of the points surrendered were by the back-up units. Both teams like to strike early and often and run away with early leads. One could say as Musgrove goes, so goes Atlanta, whereas Gilmer has numerous weapons in its arsenal. I worry, though, that the Gladewater game may have cost Gilmer much of its emotional reserves. I hope they don't fall prey to thinking the Gladewater game was the state game. I believe Gilmer will maintain its intensity in spite of my worries, and I think (read: hope) they will throttle Musgrove and win the game by a fairly wide margin. If Gilmer does advance, they will want to tighten up their chin straps when they step on the field against Celina or Sweetwater. Region 3 - West Orange-Stark vs. La Grange Here is an interesting game. In my opinion, the winner of this game will advance to the state championship game. West Orange-Stark has given up only 159 points all season, and has only given up 14 points in their three play-off games. La Grange has a good defense in its own right, having only given up 196 points over-all, and a mere 35 in their three play-off games. Where WO-Stark has the edge defensively, La Grange has the advantage on offense -- at least when you consider the entire season. They have scored 538; WO-Stark has scored 460. However . . . if you consider only the play-offs, WO-Stark has scored 132 points, while La Grange has scored 120. I expect a low scoring game, with WO-Stark coming out on top. Region 4 - Sinton vs. Yoakum Since I feel WO-Stark is going to the state championship, I see this game as an inconsequential game between two teams that are near mirror images of each other. Sinton has scored 523 and Yoakum has scored 526; Sinton has allowed 343 and Yoakum has allowed 364. Both teams are 10 and 3. Both teams are coming off of good wins--Sinton beat Wimberley and Yoakum beat Cuero. I see this game as a toss-up. The winner will survive for another week, but no further.
  14. Texas High will be there. Who else ? This is always a great a track meet.
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