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November 1, 2012
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ARLINGTON VOICE WEEK NINE FOOTBALL PREVIEW

 

DISTRICT 3-5A

Bowie Volunteers (7-1, 5-0) at Arlington Colts (7-1, 4-1)

THE SERIES: The Colts lead the series, 19-9, but Bowie has won five of the last six. Arlington also enjoys a 13-5 edge at Maverick Stadium.  

LAST WEEK: Bowie clubbed Sam Houston, 55-14, while Arlington smashed Fort Worth Paschal, 54-0.

DEEP SIX: Bowie hasn’t been 6-0 in district play since 2008. That was the only year the Volunteers had a perfect district record.

THE COLT-VOLUNTEER SERIES:

1975  Arlington, 28-0 (Wile)      1994  Arlington, 17-14 (Mav)      2004  Bowie, 35-28 ot (Dunc)

1976  Arlington, 26-0 (Crav)      1995  Arlington, 27-0 (Mav)        2005  Arlington, 56-19 (Mav)

1977  Arlington, 21-14 (Wile)    1996  Bowie, 28-21 (Mav)           2006  Bowie, 17-13 (Mav)

1978  Arlington, 21-7 (Wile)      1997  Arlington, 34-13 (Mav)      2007  Bowie, 43-3 (Mav)

1979  Arlington, 25-20 (Crav)    1998  Arlington, 40-6 (Mav)       2008  Bowie, 42-20 (Mav)

1980  Bowie, 30-8 (Crav)           1999  Arlington, 22-0 (Mav)       2009  Arlington, 59-35 (Mav)

1981  Arlington, 7-0 (Wile)         2000  Arlington, 51-19 (Mav)     2010  Bowie, 44-42 (Mav)     

1982  Bowie, 22-3 (Wile)            2001  Arlington, 28-23 (Mav)     2011  Bowie, 41-21 (Crav)

1992  Arlington, 42-14 (Mav)      2002  Arlington, 49-24 (Mav)       

1993  Arlington, 41-26 (Mav)      2003  Arlington, 35-14 (Mav)

 

Sam Houston Texans (2-6, 1-4) at Martin Warriors (6-2, 5-0)

THE SERIES: The Warriors lead the series, 17-12, and have won the last eight. Martin has won eight of the 10 meetings at Cravens Field, where the Texans haven’t beaten the Warriors since 2003.

LAST WEEK: Martin ran its district winning streak to 10 with a 42-21 victory over Lamar, while Sam Houston lost to Bowie, 49-0.

NOT-SO-CLEAN SWEEP: A loss to Martin would mean the Texans would be swept by the rest of the AISD this year. Sam Houston has already lost to Seguin, Lamar, Arlington and Bowie. The Texans, who have lost 34 consecutive city games, are the only team to be swept by the city, having done so in 2006.

THE TEXAN-WARRIOR SERIES:

1983  S. Houston, 32-0  (Wile)   1993  S. Houston, 28-6 (Wile)       2003  S. Houston, 15-9 (Crav)

1984  S. Houston, 14-7  (Wile)   1994  Martin, 7-0 (Crav)                2004  Martin, 43-40 OT (Crav)

1985  S. Houston, 44-8 (Wile)    1995  Martin, 23-3 (Wile)               2005  Martin, 26-20 (Wile)

1986  Martin, 26-14 (Crav)         1996  Martin, 13-7 (Crav)              2006  Martin, 69-42 (Crav)

1987  S. Houston, 17-7 (Mav)     1997  Martin, 35-14 (Wile)            2007  Martin, 31-0 (Wile)

1988  Martin, 17-8 (Mav)            1998  S. Houston, 35-14 (Wile)     2008  Martin, 48-20 (Crav)

          1989    S. Houston, 23-14 (Wile)  1999  Martin, 51-50 (Crav)            2009  Martin, 46-27 (Wile)

1990  Martin, 24-7 (Wile)            2000  Martin, 6-0 (Wile)                2010  Martin, 43-6 (Crav)

1991  S. Houston, 42-14 (Mav)   2001  S. Houston, 36-10 (Crav)    2011  Martin, 72-7 (Wile)

1992  S. Houston, 50-10 (Mav)   2002  S. Houston, 35-0 (Wile)

 

Lamar Vikings (3-5, 2-3) at Weatherford Kangaroos (2-6, 1-4)

THE SERIES: Lamar leads the series, 8-0, including all four meetings in Weatherford. The Vikings have won the eight meetings by a combined score of 334-99.

LAST WEEK: The Vikings tumbled to Martin, 42-21, while Weatherford lost to North Crowley, 20-17.

THAT LONG?: Lamar hasn’t lost a district game outside of the Arlington city limits since 2008, when the Vikings fell to Mansfield, 49-38, at Mansfield’s R.L. Anderson Stadium.

THE VIKING-KANGAROO SERIES

1988  Lamar, 50-0 (Cravens)            2008  Lamar, 72-28 (Weatherford)  

1989  Lamar, 19-7 (Weatherford)     2009  Lamar, 41-21 (Cravens)

1990  Lamar, 34-14 (Weatherford)   2010  Lamar, 45-14 (Cravens)

1991  Lamar, 31-15 (Cravens)          2011  Lamar, 42-0 (Weatherford)

 

DISTRICT 15-4A

Mansfield Lake Ridge Eagles (0-8, 0-5) at Juan Seguin Cougars (2-5, 1-4)

THE SERIES: This will be the first meeting between Seguin and Lake Ridge.

LAST WEEK: Seguin lost a heartbreaker to Mansfield Legacy, 49-36, while Lake Ridge was crushed by Waxahachie, 77-0.

GROUNDED EAGLES: The saga of Lake Ridge continues. The Eagles are not only 0-8, but have also allowed 500 points in those eight games. At its current pace, Lake Ridge would allow 625 points this season.

 

Summit Jaguars (2-6, 2-3) at Mansfield Legacy Broncos (3-5, 1-4)

THE SERIES:  Summit leads the series, 2-0, winning each of the last two years at Vernon Newsom Stadium.

LAST WEEK: Summit, the hard-luck kid of the district, lost to district-leading Ennis, 28-23. The Jaguars’ three district losses have been by a total of 15 points. Legacy picked up its first district win with a 49-36 victory over Juan Seguin.

BACK TO THE WALL: Summit must win its last two games to have any shot at a playoff spot. The Jaguars cannot win a tie-breaker from Waxahachie, whom they lost to, 64-57, in the district opener, and cannot win a three-way tie-breaker with Waxahachie and Seguin.

THE JAGUAR-BRONCO SERIES:

2010  Summit, 21-16  (Newsom) 

2011  Summit, 45-28 (Newsom)

 

DISTRICT 7-5A

Midlothian Panthers (6-2, 3-2) at Timberview Wolves (3-5, 2-3)

THE SERIES:  The series is tied at 2-2, with each team winning one of the meetings at R.L. Anderson Stadium.

LAST WEEK: Timberview, in the middle of a brutal four-game stretch of district games, lost its third-consecutive contest, 21-14, to Cedar Hill. Midlothian beat South Grand Prairie, 33-15.

THE WOLVES-PANTHERS SERIES:

2004 Midlothian, 37-0 (Midlothian)

2005 Midlothian, 21-7 (Anderson)

2010 Timberview, 31-21 (Anderson)

2011 Timberview, 49-42 (Midlothian)

 


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