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October 16, 2012
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DISTRICT 3-5A

Sam Houston Texans (2-4, 1-2) at Arlington Colts (5-1, 2-1)

THE SERIES: The Colts lead the City’s Oldest Rivalry, 30-12-3, and have won the last seven. Arlington also owns a 10-3-1 advantage at Maverick Stadium, where the Texans haven’t beaten Arlington High since 1999.

LAST WEEK: Arlington High routed Weatherford, 42-14, while Sam Houston was clobbered by Lamar, 66-27.

A NIGHT TO FORGET: The 66 points allowed by Sam Houston last week tied for the fourth-most ever allowed by the Texans, but nine short of the school record of 75, set by North Crowley last year.

THE COLT-TEXAN SERIES:

1967 Arlington, 17-6 (Mem)

1968 Arlington, 20-9 (Mem)

1969 Arlington, 47-21 (Mem)

1970 Arlington, 48-6 (Mem)

1971 Arlington, 21-14 (Mem)

1972 tie, 7-7 (Mem)

1973 SHHS, 22-8 (Wile)

1974 SHHS, 17-6 (Wile)

1975 SHHS, 9-7 (Crav)

1976 SHHS, 12-7 (Wile)

1977 Arlington, 29-27 (Crav)

1978 Arlington, 7-0 (Crav)

1979 Arlington, 19-7 (Wile)

1980 Arlington, 17-14 (Crav)

1981 Arlington, 28-7 (Wile)


 

1982 Arlington, 22-13 (Wile)

1983 SHHS, 24-20 (Crav)

1984 SHHS, 28-20 (Mav)

1985 tie, 14-14 (Wile)

1986 Arlington, 21-10 (Wile)

1987 Arlington, 34-0 (Mav)

1988 Arlington, 17-13 (Wile)

1989 Arlington, 57-21 (Mav)

1990 SHHS, 25-13 (Mav)

1991 Arlington, 31-26 (Wile)

1992 SHHS, 21-11 (Wile)

1993 tie, 22-22 (Mav)

1994 Arlington, 30-7 (Wile)

1995 Arlington, 42-12 (Mav)

1996 Arlington, 21-7 (Wile)


 

1997 Arlington, 13-12 (Mav)

1998 SHHS, 33-28 (Wile)

1999 SHHS, 37-13 (Mav)

2000 Arlington, 21-19 (Wile)

2001 Arlington, 44-16 (Mav)

2002 Arlington, 17-14 (Mav)

2003 SHHS, 41-21 (Wile)

2004 SHHS, 33-10 (Wile)

2005 Arlington, 49-25 (Mav)

2006 Arlington, 31-28 (Wile)

2007 Arlington, 49-12 (Mav)

2008 Arlington, 44-21 (Mav)

2009 Arlington, 63-6 (Wile)

2010 Arlington, 49-45 (Mav)

2011 Arlington, 56-0 (Wile)


 


Lamar Vikings (3-3, 2-1) at Bowie Volunteers (5-1, 3-0)

THE SERIES: The Vikings lead the series, 23-5, although Bowie has won five of the last six years. Lamar also owns a 5-0 edge at Wilemon Field.

LAST WEEK: Lamar thumped Sam Houston, 66-27, while the Volunteers smashed North Crowley, 42-0.

FOUR-FOR-ALL: Bowie hasn’t been 4-0 in district play since 2008.

THE VIKING-VOLUNTEER SERIES:

1975 Lamar, 33-6 (Crav)

1976 Lamar, 14-3 (Crav)

1977 Lamar, 20-10 (Wile)

1978 Lamar, 23-7 (Wile)

1979 Lamar, 7-6 (Crav)

1980 Lamar, 24-14 (Wile)

1981 Lamar, 24-7 (Crav)

1982 Lamar, 17-3 (Wile)

1992 Lamar, 56-0 (Mav)

1993 Lamar, 41-13 (Crav)

1994 Lamar, 49-7 (Mav)

1995 Lamar, 41-17 (Crav)

1996 Lamar, 35-9 (Crav)

1997 Lamar, 45-21 (Mav)

1998 Lamar, 42-3 (Mav)

1999 Lamar, 42-0 (Crav)

2000 Lamar, 61-21 (Crav)

2001 Lamar, 20-13 (Mav)

2002 Lamar, 35-20 (Mav)

2003 Lamar, 49-14 (Crav)

2004 Lamar, 43-0 (Mav)

2005 Lamar, 38-20 (Crav)

2006 Bowie, 42-28 (Crav)

2007 Bowie, 35-14 (Mav)

2008 Bowie, 38-22 (Mav)

2009 Bowie, 35-13 (Crav)

2010 Bowie, 36-22 (Crav)

2011 Lamar, 21-20 (Wile)


 


North Crowley Panthers (1-5, 1-2) at Martin Warriors (4-2, 3-0)

THE SERIES: Martin leads the series, 2-0, including the only previous meeting at Cravens Field.

LAST WEEK: Martin remained unbeaten in district action by dismantling Fort Worth Paschal, 63-9, while North Crowley absorbed a 42-0 beating from Bowie.

AND THE POINTS KEPT COMING: Martin senior Kyle Hicks scored three touchdowns last week, giving him 18 on the season. Hicks is on pace to challenge the school record of 32 touchdowns in a season, held by Danzel Williams in 2010.

MOVING THE CHAINS: Martin gained 579 yards of total offense last week against Paschal, establishing a new school record. The previous record was 575, set in a 57-0 win over North Crowley in 2010.

THE WARRIOR-PANTHER SERIES:

2010 Martin, 57-0 (Crowley)

2011 Martin, 36-19 (Cravens)


DISTRICT 15-4A

Juan Seguin Cougars (1-5, 0-3) at Waxahachie Indians (4-2, 2-1)

THE SERIES: The Indians lead the series, 2-0, including the only previous meeting at Lumpkin Stadium in Waxahachie.

LAST WEEK: Seguin fought hard, but came up short against Lancaster, 28-7, while Waxahachie rebounded from a loss to Lancaster by edging Mansfield Legacy, 28-22.

SO YOU’RE SAYING THERE’S A CHANCE: It’s not going to be easy, but the Cougars can still make the playoffs. It’s going to take winning the four remaining games, but an upset win over Waxahachie this week should give them a fighting chance at being 3-3 going into the final week at Red Oak.

THE COUGAR-INDIAN SERIES:

2006 Waxahachie, 21-3 (Waxahachie)

2007 Waxahachie, 48-0 (Wilemon)


Red Oak Hawks (3-3, 2-1) at Summit Jaguars (2-4, 2-1)

THE SERIES: This will be the first meeting between the Jaguars and the Hawks.

LAST WEEK: Summit posted its second consecutive district win with a 64-0 pasting of Mansfield Lake Ridge, while Red Oak fell to Ennis, 28-27.


DISTRICT 7-5A

Timberview Wolves (3-3, 2-1) at South Grand Prairie Warriors (2-4, 1-2)

THE SERIES: The series is tied at 1-1, with South Grand Prairie winning the only previous meeting at the Gopher-Warrior Bowl.

LAST WEEK: Timberview fell from the ranks of the unbeaten in District 7-5A after being thrashed, 61-7, by DeSoto. South Grand Prairie was outscored by Cedar Hill, 55-37.

A LONG NIGHT: The 61 points allowed by Timberview last week is the second-most in school history. The Wolves suffered a 66-0 loss to Summit in 2004.

THE WOLVES-WARRIOR SERIES:

2010 SGP, 55-0 (G. Prairie)

2011 Timberview, 39-14 (Newsom)


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