Brazos Valley Homeschool had one more thing to do before they could go home and rest up for halloween tomorrow. That is host there final game of the season. tonight’s football game was against Williamson County.
The A&M Consolidated Tigers (5-0, 1-0) will battle Huntsville (4-0, 1-0) Friday night at Bowers Stadium with the winner moving into the driver’s seat to win the District 10-5A Division II Championship.
Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine and TexasFootball.com released their high school rankings after Week 9. A&M Consolidated stays at 3, Huntsville makes the rankings for the first time this year, Franklin remains at 7, undefeated Normangee is 10, and Calvert is 5. Here are the top-ten rankings for each classification:
The Rudder Rangers opened up district play falling to Huntsville 36-17 Friday Night at Merrill Green Stadium. It was a rematch of last year’s regular season finale where the Hornets also won 38-14 to secure a playoff spot and keep the Rangers out of the postseason.
Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine and TexasFootball.com released their high school rankings after week 8. A&M Consolidated stays at 3, and undefeated Normangee makes the cut for the first time this year. Here are the top-ten rankings for each classification:
It was a tale of two halves on Friday night at Bluejay Stadium as Snook hosted Somerville. Somerville was able to get inside the Snook red zone twice, but couldn’t score any points. In fact, the only score in the first half was a 92-yard interception return for a touchdown by Deshun Hamilton after picking off Yegua quarterback Johnny Legg to take an 8-0 lead.
The College Station Cougars dropped their district opener last week against the Magnolia Bulldogs. Mistakes and execution the culprits that lead to the Cougars losing their first game of the year. The key this week it to learn from the setback and avoid back-to-back league losses.
Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine and TexasFootball.com released their high school rankings after week 7. A&M Consolidated stays at 3, and College Station dropped. Here are the top-ten rankings for each classification:
The A&M Consolidated football team beat San Angelo Central 40-35 Friday night at Tiger Field for the Tigers' home opener. It was a big milestone for Tigers’ Head Coach Lee Fedora, as he picked up his 200th career win.
By Josh Munson / College Station High School Girls Cross Country
The College Station Girls Cross Country Team traveled to Huntsville for the Hornet XC Invitational on Friday morning and the Lady Cougar varsity team won the team title by 27 points over 2nd place Montgomery and 30 points over 3rd place Humble Atascosita.