TYLER -- Whitehouse and Tyler Lee will visit College Station next month for the Division I state 7-on-7 tournament after perfect days at the state qualifying tournament at Tyler's Lindsey Park.
GILMER -- Diboll won two of four games at the Division II 7-on-7 state qualifying tournament at Gilmer High School, but its second win will send the Lumberjacks to College Station next month for games against the state's best.
Seven of the larger East Texas high schools will compete in a 7-on-7 state qualifier tournament at Tyler's Lindsey Park on Saturday.
Gilmer will host East Texas' biggest 7-on-7 Division II tournament Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m.
Carthage, Chapel Hill, Diboll, Hemphill, Sabine, Tyler Grace, White Oak and Gilmer will compete at the Buckeyes' stadium and the programs adjacent varsity practice field with two berths for the state-wide 7-on-7 tournament on the line
East Texas Sports Network staff writer Gabe Brooks covered this past weekend's 7-on-7 state tournament and also shot a few Vine videos of all the action.
Here's a rundown of what all 12 East Texas teams did this weekend at the 7-on-7 state tournament at Southwest Williamson County Regional Park in Leander.
LEANDER -- East Texas sent five teams to the Division I 7-on-7 state tournament, but only two won at least one game during bracket play.
LEANDER -- Lufkin entered the Division I 7-on-7 state tournament undefeated and got six games deep into the weekend before losing its perfect mark.
LEANDER -- Whitehouse can no longer call itself undefeated in 7-on-7 this summer, but the Wildcats did what they had to do Friday to get to Saturday's championship bracket.
Two of the five teams East Texas sent to the Division I 7-on-7 state tournament will represent the region in Saturday's championship bracket.