2015 Week 12 Games

Red Alert
LUFKIN -- The Carthage Bulldogs began the playoffs the same way they have in all nine seasons with Scott Surratt as head coach: with a win.
Senior quarterback Jarod Blissett threw four touchdown passes, and Carthage's defense forced three turnovers in the Bulldogs' 44-20 rout of Bridge…
JT Advances
LONGVIEW, Texas—John Tyler quarterback Bryson Smith piled up more than 400 yards of offense and accounted for four touchdowns as John Tyler throttled past Texas High in the second half to claim a 48-21 Class 5A Division I bi-district win Saturday at Longview's Lobo Stadium.
The Lions (8-3) take an 8-…
Atlanta Rolls
HALLSVILLE – Bullard coach Shannon Wilson said his team had trouble finding the right fits when it played Atlanta on Saturday. The two main areas the Panthers struggled to find were run defense and gaining yards on the ground themselves...
He Can Throw, Too
LONGVIEW -- Ryan Taylor smashed a defensive front that had kept him in check all day with back-to-back-to-back gains of 10, nine and eight yards down to the 13-yard line with less than six minutes to play.
Facing a third-and-2 and then fourth-and-2, however, Marshall's defense bowed up to hold L…
Jasper Cruises
LUFKIN -- The Jasper Bulldogs passed their first challenge of the playoffs, and an even bigger one now awaits.
Jasper scored on its first five possessions of the game, and coasted to a 57-14 win over Brownsboro in their Class 4A Division I bi-district playoff Saturday afternoon at Abe Martin Sta…
Making It Too Interesting
MOUNT PLEASANT -- Pleasant Grove had one main mission this season. It wanted to show the world it wasn't 43 points away from being a state championship caliber team whenever its end came.
The Hawks accomplished that objective. Big time.
But the door was open for more. Gilmer, last season's state champ…
Lobos Run Away
TYLER -- Longview smelled blood in the water, and put an end to rival Lufkin's season with a dominant second-half performance in Friday night's Class 5A Division I, Region II bi-district playoff.
The Lobos forced five turnovers -- three after halftime -- and scored 21 unanswered points in their 31-10…

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