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Week 1 H.S. Football Schedule...
Monday, 1st October 2018 - 8:31AM
2018 Class 6-A H.S. Football Schedule
Week 1: (August 30th-September 1st):

Class 6-A:

District 11-6A:

31-Aug Longview vs Lufkin 7:30 PM
31-Aug Mesquite at Lake Highlands 7:30 PM
31-Aug Mesquite Horn at Allen 7:00 PM
31-Aug North Mesquite vs Arlington Sam Houston 7:30 PM
31-Aug Rockwall at Highland Park 7:30 PM
30-Aug Rockwall-Heath at Keller Timber Creek 7:00 PM
31-Aug Tyler Lee vs Marshall 7:30 PM

District 12-6A:

31-Aug Belton vs Austin Westlake 7:30 PM
31-Aug Copperas Cove vs UANL Monterrey, MX 7:30 PM
31-Aug Midway vs Euless Trinity 7:30 PM
31-Aug Killeen High at Round Rock Stony Point 7:00 PM
30-Aug Killeen Ellison vs A&M Consolidated 7:00 PM
31-Aug Killeen Harker Heights vs Round Rock 7:30 PM
31-Aug Killeen Shoemaker at San Angelo Central 7:00 PM
31-Aug Temple vs RR Cedar Ridge 7:30 PM
31-Aug Waco vs. University High 7:30 PM

Click here for the rest of this week's schedule...
Smoaky.com Celebrates Sixteen Years...
Saturday, 21st July 2018 - 2:35PM
And, thank you to our incredible members of Smoaky.com.

Smoaky.com Turns Sixteen!.

Click here to read my thank you note, to you!
2018-2020 U.I.L. Realignment...
Saturday, 21st July 2018 - 2:35PM
Here's the 2018-2020 U.I.L. District Realignment...

Click here for the entire list of every district and classification.
2017 All-Smoaky.com East and Central Texas H.S. Football Teams...
Saturday, 21st July 2018 - 2:35PM
Here are the 2017 All-Smoaky.com East Texas and Central Texas High School Football Team.

All-East Texas Team.

Central Texas.

Special thanks to the following people who voted for either region:

Manny Almanza
Louie Avery
Clint Buckley
Paul Catalina
Butch Henry
Qiant Myers
Stephen Simcox
Kevin Simon
Lark Smith
Craig Smoak
David Smoak
Jack Stallard
Derek Tonkin
Chandler Vessels
Ward Whites
Texas H.S. Football State Championship Schedule...
Saturday, 21st July 2018 - 2:35PM
Saturday, December 23rd:

Class 5-A, Division II State Championship:

College Station 20 Aledo 19

Class 6-A, Division I State Championship:

Allen 35 Lake Travis 33

Class 6-A, Division II State Championship:

Cypress-Fairbanks 51 Midway 35

Click here for the entire Championship Week schedule...
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China Spring claims second state championship in route of Gilmer - Garrett Ross
Friday, 17th December 2021 - 4:23PM
Behind three touchdowns from Lamar commit Major Bowden, #5 China Spring (16-0) clinched the UIL 4A DII State Championship in a 31-7 route of #2 Gilmer (14-2) at AT&T Stadium on Friday. The Cougars didn’t commit one penalty throughout the game, while their defense held a Gilmer offense averaging 46.5PPG to just one score.
Lorena dominates Brock to earn their second state championship in program history - Garrett Ross
Thursday, 16th December 2021 - 3:55PM
Behind a valiant defensive performance, the #5 Lorena Leopards (14-2) defeated #2 Brock (15-1) 35-18 at AT&T Stadium on Thursday afternoon to claim the 3A DI State Championship. Despite not having star running back Reed Michna available, the Leopards dominated Brock from the opening kick.
Strawn claims 5th state championship in program history in 73-28 victory - Garrett Ross
Wednesday, 15th December 2021 - 2:44PM
Behind an impressive performance from the Rigdon brothers #1 Strawn (15-0) defeated #2 Motley County (14-1) 73-28 to claim the 1A DII State Championship. Freshman Grayson Rigdon put on a show, as he accounts for 426 total yards and 8TDs while earning the Offensive MVP Award.
Cedric Ware scores 8TDs as Westbrook wins their first ever state championship - Garrett Ross
Wednesday, 15th December 2021 - 11:59AM
After dropping four games early in the season, the Westbrook Wildcats became the first program since Cameron in 2014 to win a state championship with four losses.
Mart HC Kevin Hoffman discusses the Panther's motivation this season - Garrett Ross
Tuesday, 7th December 2021 - 9:17AM
For most high school football programs across the state of Texas, playing after Thanksgiving is a great accomplishment, but for some, it’s expected. Mart is one of those programs that is expected to play for a state championship year in and year out.
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Vol.XIII No.XI Pg.6
January 1977
Lynd, On Genesis
Robert F. Turner

Both of the sacred testaments begin with the genealogy of Jesus. In Matthew 1 the genealogy of Christ is given three times and emphasis is put on Abraham, David     and Jesus. The genealogy of the Messiah is the unifying theme in the book of Genesis. God selected a line through whom His Son would come. Genesis gives the account of this lineage from Adam to the sons of Jacob. Emphasis and discussion are centered around seven generations. Jesus is the son of Adam, the son of God (Gen. 1-3). He is the son of Seth (4-8), the son of Shem (9-11:26), the son of Abraham (11:27-25:11), the son of Isaac (15-27), the son of Jacob (25:19-33, 36), the son of Judah (34- 35, 37-50).

If the Messiah was to be man He would be a descendent of Adam. But Adam had two sons. Cain slays righteous Abel, and Cains line is characterized by wickedness. Seth is born to replace Abel, and his line is characterized as righteous. General intermarriage occurs between the lines, resulting in corruption. Noah is a direct descendant of Seth, and corruption is not found in his life. The flood is the final rejection of Cain and all those corrupted through the intermarriage of the lines. Only Seth (Noah) comes out of the flood.

Selection and rejection occur as this genealogy is passed from generation to generation. This is an important feature in understanding the book of Genesis. After the flood Ham (Canaan) and Japheth are refused, as Shem is chosen. Terah is a direct descendant of Shem. His son Abram is chosen, while Haran (Lot) and Nahor (Laban) are rejected. The genealogy next passes to Isaac, while Eliezer, Ishmael and the sons of Keturah are rejected. God chose Jacob and rejected Esau (Rom. 9:10-13). This selection and rejection extended to the nations that came from these individuals (Mal. 1:2-5). It is the genetics of the Jew-Gentile distinction, and helps one to understand Israels struggle with the nations.

Chapter 34 begins the section that deals with genealogy among the sons of Jacob. Simeon and Levi are rejected because of their wrath (34). Rueben is rejected because of fornication (35). This leaves the genealogy to pass to Judah, the next oldest son (Gen. 49:1-12; 1 Chron. 5:1-2). Joseph, the preserver of life, got the birthright. The genealogy was the more important of the two blessings, and it is the subject to watch in the book. A potential power struggle between Joseph and Judah became a real power struggle among their descendants as Israel (Ephraim) divided from Judah. God had chosen Judah (Ps. 78:67-72). Through Judah the prince was to come. Jehovahs sanctuary was in Judah. The Davidic kings were of the tribe of Judah. In Israel were the usurpers and the centers of false worship.

What Genesis discusses in relation to individuals the rest of the Old Testament discusses in relation to nations. Genesis contains the first principles of Old Testament history. Beyond this, Genesis points to the Messiah who would reconcile Jew and Gentile to God in one body, and have a legitimate right to the throne of David over a united spiritual kingdom.

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