Of the 10 districts that had four East Texas teams in the playoffs, three came out of the bi-district around better than .500.
2013 Week 11 Games
CARTHAGE -- Garrison erased a seven-point fourth-quarter deficit and Cameron Rodriguez connected on a 27-yard field goal with no time remaining to lift the Bulldogs to a 17-14 Class 2A Division II Region III bi-district playoff win against New Diana on Friday at Carthage's Bulldog Stadium.
NEW LONDON -- Alto stormed back from a seven-point halftime deficit to score the first four touchdowns of the second half in a 37-20 Class A Division I Region III bi-district playoff victory against Harleton on Friday at West Rusk's Bruce Bradshaw Stadium.
LONGVIEW -- Hughes Springs eclipsed the 500-yard mark on the ground en route to a 46-20 Class 2A Division II Region II bi-district win over Frankston on Friday at Pine Tree's Pirate Stadium.
GILMER -- Liberty-Eylau scored twice in the game's first 10 minutes, but Kaufman blanked the Leopards for the remainder of a 28-14 Lion victory in Friday's Class 3A Division I Region II bi-district playoff at Buckeye Stadium.
ATHENS -- Lucas Lovejoy overcame a 22-point, second-half deficit to capture a stunning 55-51 victory over Hallsville in a Class 4A Division II Region II bi-district playoff Saturday at Bruce Field.
CONROE -- Lufkin had no answer for Humble Atascocita quarterback Greg Campbell, and it cost the Panthers dearly Saturday afternoon.
VAN -- It took the Daingerfield Tigers a while to get things going Saturday afternoon at Van’s Memorial Stadium. Once they finally did, they never looked back.
DALLAS -- Longview's 4-2-5 defense allows the Lobos to put as many athletic playmakers on the back end of the field as possible. Saturday against Rowlett, they showed why that approach works so well.
FORNEY -- Mansfield Legacy ran it, ran it and ran it some more, eventually running John Tyler out of the playoffs.