One day after receiving his first Division I FBS offer from Texas, Gilmer 2016 running back/linebacker Demarco Boyd added another.
Lindale Eagles (2-5, 1-3)
Nacogdoches Dragons (5-2, 2-2)
Dragon Stadium, Nacogdoches
- Lindale: Mike Meador
- Nacogdoches: Bobby Reyes
- Lindale: vs. Ennis, Oct. 31
- Nacogdoches: vs. Whitehouse, Oct. 31
DISTRICT 11-3A DIVISION I
No. 6 Teague Lions (7-0, 2-0)
No. 7 Malakoff Tigers (7-0, 2-0)
7:30 p.m. Friday
Tiger Stadium, Malakoff
- Teague: Donnie Osbourne
- Malakoff: Jamie Driskell
- Teague: def. Palestine Westwood, 63-19
- Malakoff: def. Elkhart, 49-13
- Teague: at Eustace, Oct. 31
No. 7 Ennis Lions (5-2, 4-0)
Lufkin Panthers (4-3, 2-2)
7:30 p.m. Friday
Abe Martin Stadium, Lufkin
- Ennis: Jack Alvarez
- Lufkin: Todd Quick
- Ennis: at Lindale, Oct. 31
- Lufkin: at Corsicana, Oct. 31
The first offer is in for Gilmer 2016 athlete Demarco Boyd, and it comes from one of the biggest programs in the country.
Ken Rogers is on the board as an East Texas player likely bound for the college football circuit next season.
Nacogdoches' leading receiver confirmed to ETSN.fm that Incarnate Word of the Southland Conference offered him a scholarship on Monday.
Spring Hill threatened to take a late lead in Friday's District 6-4A Division II game against Pleasant Grove. The Panthers were down 24-20 and had 2:50 to work with.
Linebacker Jacob Smith took back control of the game for the Pleasant Grove Hawks with an interception at Spring Hill's 40-yard line and returned it to the 10 to set up his own offensive touchdown the next play.
Two of the best teams in the state at the Class 3A level face off against one another Friday night with a district championship likely hanging in the balance.
Sulphur Springs' Larry Pryor is committed to Texas A&M as a safety, but that hasn't stopped the Wildcats' senior standout from posting impressive numbers from the quarterback position.