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  1. Jamie Rigdon and his sons have made a habit of bouncing between high schools and collecting football championships along the way. https://www.texasmonthly.com/arts-entertainment/rigdon-family-six-man-football-benjamin-high-school/ There's also some minor local connections to this story:
  2. The Alto Yellowjackets will travel to The Reservation in Carlisle to take on the Indians in the last district game of the season; kickoff is at 7:00 p.m. A win by Carlisle will secure the 4th seed playoff spot unless Cushing upsets Mount Enterprise by 8+ and then the Indians could be knocked out altogether. This year has been a struggle for both squads, but especially the Yellowjackets as we have one more opportunity to salvage the season with a win. With only 2 returning starters on offense and 4 on defense and a handful of freshmen contributing, the Jackets are 0-9 for the first time since 1977. A loss Friday would be the first winless season since that same year. The Jackets are young, playing for pride, and hungry for a win. The loss last week was the first to Cushing since 1992, but the Jackets didn't give up. Down 28 to 6 in the second quarter and with starting QB Davis playing with a broken leg (hairline fracture), the Mean Sting battled back to pull within a touchdown to make it a game, but eventually fell 55-39. Carlisle, who returns 6 starters on offense and 8 on defense fell to undefeated rival Overton 38-14 for the first time since 2005. The Indians have had to replace several linemen from last season and learn a new system under first-year head Coach Sharp. The Indians have 3 wins: Harleton (38-25), Lone Oak (21-14), and Cushing (49-48) and have shown that they can score points in district losses having put up 60 on Mount Enterprise and 30 on Tenaha. Last year's meeting between Alto-Carlisle was a barn burner and one I will remember forever as the Jackets scored in come-from-behind fashion in the last seconds of the game (my son's last TD!) to topple the state ranked and then undefeated Indians 36-31. Alto and Carlisle have played a total of 16 times with Alto leading the series 8-6-2. Since 2015 the teams have alternated wins every year. Carlisle's turn, but I think we should have it this time. We need it more! lol The series: ALTO VS. CARLISLE SERIES RECORD 8-6-2 Alto 2022 Alto 31-36 DIST 2021 Did not play - Covid 2020 Carlisle 0-12 2019 Alto 7-29 DIST 2018 Carlisle 12-55 DIST 2017 Alto 31-28 DIST 2016 Carlisle 28-7 DIST 2015 Alto 7-21 DIST 2014 Alto 52-34 DIST 2009 Alto 0-35 DIST 2008 Alto 28-20 DIST 1965 Alto 0-20 1957 Carlisle 26-7 1956 Tie 12-12 1953 Carlisle 7-0 1952 Tie 6-6 1939 Carlisle 22-0 ALTO-CARLISLE SERIES All-Time Record for Alto: 604 wins | 393 losses | 34 ties | 1,031 total games All-Time Record for Carlisle: 493 wins | 401 losses | 27 ties | 921 total games All-Time Series Record: Alto - 8 wins | Carlisle - 6 wins | Ties 2 Alto’s longest winning streak vs. Carlisle: 5 wins in a row (1965-2015) Carlisle’s longest winning streak vs. Alto: No streak Current streak: No streak
  3. The Alto Yellowjackets will host the Carlisle Indians this THURSDAY night at Cam’ron Matthews Field at Jacket Stadium; kickoff is slated for 7:00 p.m. It is Senior Night and a special one at that. The Jackets and Indians will battle for the district championship! Carlisle is undefeated on the season and because of the Tenaha loss to Cushing, the winner of this game is the district champ. Carlisle looks to keep their season perfect while heading as the one seed to the playoffs. The Jackets are playing for pride, family, community, and their brothers on the field. Alto and Carlisle have played a total of 15 times with Alto leading the series 7-6-2. The last game played between the two was in 2020 with a 12-0 Carlisle win. The Jackets’ won the year before 29-7. Covid won in 2021 as the game was cancelled last season. There is no streak because since 2015 the teams have alternated wins every year. The Mean Sting defeated Cushing in a game that was called at the half because of weather 30-6 Friday while the Indians whipped Overton 70-10 on their Senior Night Thursday. Results for the 2022 season: Shelbyville 48 - Alto 44 Alto 48 - West Sabine 22 Alto 22 - San Augustine 8 Garrison 28 - Alto 20 Alto 32 - Groveton 20 Alto 46 - Mount Enterprise 34 Tenaha 43 - Alto 42 Alto 32 - Overton 29 Alto 30 - Cushing 6 Carlisle 31 - Harleton 0 Carlisle 66 - Troup 47 Carlisle 60 - Arp 30 Carlisle 50 - Mildred 30 Carlisle 48 - Lone Oak 32 Carlisle 48 - Tenaha 0 Carlisle 49 - Cushing 20 Carlisle 35 - Mt. Enterprise 14 Carlisle 70 - Overton 10 ALTO-CARLISLE SERIES All-Time Record for Alto: 604 wins | 384 losses | 34 ties | 1,022 total games All-Time Record for Carlisle: 490 wins | 395 losses | 27 ties | 912 total games All-Time Series Record: Alto - 7 wins | Carlisle - 6 wins | Ties 2 Alto’s longest winning streak vs. Carlisle: 5 wins in a row (1965-2015) Carlisle’s longest winning streak vs. Alto: No streak Current streak: No streak Personally, I have dreaded this game since the schedule was made because I have a senior. UIL decision or not, it’s the last game for my son (#21) to play at Jacket Stadium. Factor in the rest, and it has been excruciating. I am happy that we get to go out with a chance to compete for a district championship. Gonna be a battle Friday night! Everyone knows we are the underdog. Carlisle has had a phenomenal year and total respect for their team. They are putting up huge numbers. Since 2015 when Cam’ron Matthews passed away during our game, we have shared a bond. I will be the biggest Carlisle fan through the playoffs and wish them all the best. I hope we can muster enough to make this a real game Friday night. We will have to minimize mistakes, score when we have the ball, and try to get a few stops. It will be emotional. I know our boys will lay it all on the line and play with heart; it’s who they are. The season has been dedicated to #9 and to finish with a win would mean everything. Good luck to both teams!
  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 during the Carlisle game. Total respect between these teams. That being said it looks like it’s Alto’s turn to win this one and I’ll take it! (See pattern below! Just sayin’!) Lol The series is tight with the Jackets leading 7-6-2. Who ya got?
  5. 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.
  6. Which Area game should I go shoot this week?
  7. 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 DIS 2009 Alto 35-0 DIS 2008 Alto 28-0 DIS 1965 Alto 20-0 1957 Price Carlisle 26-7 1956 Tie 12-12 1953 Price Carlisle 7-0 1952 Tie 6-6 1939 Price Carlisle 22-0
  8. The first day of practice is days away!! The new District 10-2A consists of Alto, Big Sandy, Carlisle, Cushing, Hawkins, and Union Grove. Time to start the football talk! Week 1: Alto @ Palestine Westwood Big Sandy vs. San Augustine @ Beckville Sabine @ Carlisle Cushing @ Chilton Hawkins @ Alba-Golden Union Grove @ Simms Bowie EXCITED for this season to begin! How do you think this district will shake out?
  9. The Alto Yellowjackets (4-2 | 1-0) travel to undefeated and state ranked Carlisle (6-0 | 1-0) to take on the Indians in a key District 10-2A contest. The winner has a leg up in the district championship race. The Mean Sting squeaked by the Indians 31-28 last year while Carlisle defeated the Jackets 28-7 the year before. Both teams are battle tested this season. Should be a fun game!
  10. Carlisle needs basketball games for jv/v boys on January 3rd and 6th. Contact Cal Goss at [email protected]
  11. Mustangs at Indians 7:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 9 Arrowhead Stadium, Price
  12. Well, I can't believe this hasn't already posted (and I can't believe I gotta be the one to start the conversation), but what about Union Grove and Carlisle, y'all? I'm reading a lot about Union Grove returning to the postseason, and maybe even playing for a district title, but nobody saying squat about the Indians of Price-Carlisle? Yeah sure, they're replacing some guys but it's not as though they've completely forgotten how to play football out there. I'm taking the fightin' Rocky Bakers in this'n. I say they roll 'em up from start to finish. Carlisle pumps the brakes late, and the Lions sneak a coupla scores against the 2s, but the outcome of this game is never in doubt. Indians win 38-14.
  13. Both teams are undefeated in their districts and look set to make a run in the playoffs and hopefully an appearance in the state tournament. Can Douglass finally get over the hump and beat Carlisle this year, or will Carlisle pull it out in a one-game series again?
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