2015 Week 14 Games

Heartbreaker

TYLER -- The Beckville Bearcats were six seconds away from a rematch with a district rival, and a chance to avenge their only loss of the season.
 Lovelady had other plans.
Lee Holsey heaved a pass into the end zone on the game's final snap that Jacob Jeffus went up and grabbed for the winning score, …
Mineola Rolls
ROYSE CITY -- One year ago, a receiver named Brent Wells took an innocent dump off pass 60 yards for a game-winning score inside the final minute of Mineola's third-round win.
That started a tradition for the remainder of the season. From there on out, the entire town of Mineola would come onto …
Overmatched
ARLINGTON -- Marshall's season came to a crashing halt Saturday afternoon, but not before the Mavericks re-established themselves as an East Texas power.
Frisco Lone Star junior quarterback Jason Shelley and a suffocating defense propelled the Rangers to a dominating 56-7 rout of Marshall i…
Playoff Pictures
ARLINGTON -- Tylan Miller entered this season with big expectations for himself after breaking through with a standout junior campaign in 2014. But nagging injuries have stymied his production as a senior.
Consider him back in the fold.
Miller rushed for 174 yards and three touchdowns, carrying the Lo…
World Beaters

BEAUMONT -- The Navasota Rattlers had not lost a football game in more than two years. When it came time Friday night for their streak to end, a familiar face stood on the other sideline: the Carthage Bulldogs.
Behind a 28-point second-half outburst that helped Carthage erase a 14-point third-quarter…
Back To Round Four
TYLER -- Center called its first timeout of the second half to establish momentum. The second to become a realistic threat. Its third in an attempt sustain a tying drive against East Texas' most dominant program since the start of the 2014 season.
Gilmer gave up touchdowns immediately following the R…
Running to Rematch
ROYSE CITY -- The windy and rainy conditions Friday night prevented Liberty-Eylau from displaying its full offensive attack. The running game was good enough.
Leopards senior quarterback Ke'Mon Freeman attempted only one pass on the night -- an incompletion -- but rushed for 213 yards and four touchd…

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