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  1. Clarksville Detroit Maud Mount Enterprise Overton Simms Bowie
  2. Mustangs at Bulldogs 7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 4 Bulldog Field, Wortham
  3. District 11-2A Championship Tigers at Mustangs 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 28 Coach Chester Roy Stadium, Overton
  4. Mustangs at Bears 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 21 John Herbert Eakin Stadium, Timpson
  5. Wildcats at Mustangs 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 14 Coach Chester Roy Stadium, Overton
  6. Sandies at Mustangs 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 7 Coach Chester Roy Stadium, Overton
  7. Mustangs at Bulldogs 7:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 23 Taylor Field, Colmesneil
  8. Eagles vs. Mustangs 7 p.m., Friday Sept. 16 Coach Chester Roy Stadium, Overton
  9. Mustangs at Indians 7:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 9 Arrowhead Stadium, Price
  10. Mustangs at Pirates 7:30 p.m., Friday Sept. 2 Pirate Stadium, Simms
  11. Lions vs. Mustangs 7 p.m., Friday Aug. 26 Coach Chester Roy Stadium, Overton
  12. Overton vs. Normangee Wildcat Stadium, Whitehouse 7 p.m., Friday, November 14 The Mustangs are riding high after surviving their nailbiting 30-28 win over Maud, while the Panthers hope to get back on track after a shellacking by Iola. Both are programs in the midst of rebuilding. Overton is a very young team, with sophomores and freshmen that start on both sides of the ball. The Panthers have more senior starters than the Mustangs have seniors, but Overton's youngsters are actually more experienced in the post-season than Normangee's, as this is the school's third-straight playoff appearance. I don't know much about our friends from down south, but I'm certain they're not willing to settle for "one and done." Looking at their schedule, they've won and lost some close games, so I suspect they've got what it takes to play four quarters. Having taken on some tough squads in Mart and Iola, they won't be intimidated by the young Mustang upstarts. Overton is showing steady improvement since a disappointing loss to Timpson with a hard-fought loss to speedy Tenaha, a surprising rout of Mount Enterprise, then last night's gutsy performance against a determined Cardinal squad. There's a lot of excitement and confidence bubbling up, and the team seems to be showing a consistency that has eluded them for most of the season. Normangee will win if... they can make big plays on offense. Overton has a plodding, time-consuming offense. If the Panthers can force a shootout, they'll keep the Mustangs off-balance. On defense Normangee has to load the box to slow down Overton's three-headed rushing attack. Overton will win if... they don't get in 3rd and Long too often, and hold on to the dang ball. Mustang junior halfback Julian Herndon (6-2, 210lbs) can run the ball 30-40 times easy, but speedy junior Kam Hawkins and explosive sophomore Tanner Lee can break the big play. If Overton's running game gets rolling, the Panther D is gonna have a long night. Defensively the Mustangs don't have to pitch a shutout, just prevent the big play. I predict the Mustangs will control the clock on offense, bend but not break on defense. The game will be close throughout, with Overton pulling away late. The Mustangs win the battle of the kelly green teams, advancing to the next round: 33-20.
  13. All Saints at Overton, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Coach Chester Roy Stadium All Saints is coming off a solid win over Timpson, while Overton tries to get back on top of the horse after a shellacking in Ore City. Who's got the edge, by how much? Who wins this one, why?
  14. 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.
  15. Overton at Ore City, 7:30 p.m. Friday at Rebels Stadium Overton's coming off a 3-7 one-and-done trip to the postseason, while Ore City looks to rebuild after an 0-10 campaign a year ago. Who's got the edge, by how much? Who wins this one, why?
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