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H.S. Football: Westwood falls short against Crockett, 29-14 in final game of the season
CROCKETT - The Westwood Panthers final effort for a 2013 season win against Crockett fell short Friday, as the Bulldogs were able to pull away late and finish their season with a 29-14 win.
“I am really proud of the team for the way they finished the season,” head coach Rogers Mays said. “We played a good game on both sides of the ball and did the things that we were coached to do.”
H.S. Football: Elkhart captures third seed in playoffs
ELKHART – The battle for the third and fourth playoff spot from District 11-2A Division I has finally been settled. With the Elks’ home win over the Trinity Tigers on Friday night, they were able to clinch the district’s third seed while Trinity enters in fourth.
Of course, the game was a showcase of the talent that Elkhart is able to utilize in running back Jeffery Wilson, who, on 35 carries, managed 374 yards on the ground. Wilson led the Elks in scoring as well with six of the team’s seven touchdowns.
H.S. Cross Country: Cayuga runner Matthew McNeill heads to state/Other Regional performances
Over the weekend, Cayuga cross country participated in Regionals.
The varsity boys Wildcats squad finished in fifth place out of 22 teams in attendance in Humble.
Matthew McNeill was the lone Wildcat who placed high enough to advance to state on Saturday in Round Rock.
H.S. Football: Frankston is prepared for a great finish against West Rusk on Friday night
Having already clinched a playoff spot, the Frankston Indians are coming into Friday night's game with high hopes.
Coach Matt Nally said his team has been performing well in the different stages of the season so far.
H.S. Football: Palestine is set to take on the undefeated Eagles of Fairfield on Friday
The Palestine Wildcats will have their hands full when the Fairfield Eagles come to town Friday night.
Palestine fans can expect a good game as the Wildcats aim to hand the Eagles their first loss of the season as Fairfield enters the game undefeated. The Wildcats are undefeated in district.
H.S. Football: Week 10 Roundups Previews for Elkhart, Grapeland, Cayuga and Oakwood
ELKHART — The Elkhart Elks have already clinched a playoff spot for the first time since 2004, and this week’s game against Trinity features two teams who are both fighting for a 3-2 record in district.
Elkhart (6-3, 2-2) comes into the matchup against Trinity (5-4, 2-2) with high hopes as it looks for another win and the rights to have a higher seed in the playoffs.
H.S. Football: Westwood still in search of second win of the season
Westwood is in a different boat than some of the other area teams.
With it being the last game of the season, Westwood can finally start to look forward to the coming season and what its young talent has to offer.
H.S. Football: Game Balls for Week 9 - Two 6-TD performances from local players
In Week 9 of football action, Cayuga and Elkhart both saw one of their running backs go for six touchdowns.
Cayuga beat Cross Roads and Elkhart beat Westwood as both teams are eyeing a playoff spot.
Palestine clinches top spot with 32-13 win against Mexia
Palestine has clinched the No. 1 seed in Division I.
Elkhart locks up playoff spot with 55-21 win over Westwood
The Westwood Panthers and the Elkhart Elks squared off Friday with a playoff spot on the line, and that spot was grasped tightly by the latter, who saw its second district win of the season with a score of 55-21 over the Panthers.
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