2015 Week 9 Games

Lions Keep Rolling
CORSICANA -- Maybe John Tyler should play more Monday games.
Texas receiver commitment Damion Miller beat his average yardage per game by about 25 percent in addition to a spectacular kick return. Houston defensive end pledge Braylon Jones turned in perhaps his best defensive performance of the year.…
Kilgore Clinches
NEW CHAPEL HILL -- It wasn't pretty, but Kilgore served notice Saturday afternoon that they are, well, the top dogs of District 9-4A Division I.
Kilgore got a 164-yard, two-touchdown performance from Ja'Quorius Smith in addition to 145 yards on the ground from quarterback Patrick Jackson and another …
Earning It
GILMER -- Twenty-four and counting.
The Gilmer Buckeyes survived a major scare from a scrappy Bullard Panthers bunch, scoring late in the fourth quarter to pick up a 28-21 victory Saturday evening at Jeff Traylor Stadium.
It was Gilmer’s 24th win in a row, dating back to the …
Making A Move
GARLAND -- A midseason hot streak has the Tyler Lee Red Raiders right in the thick of a playoff race, which was strengthened with a 48-21 win over North Garland at Williams Stadium on Saturday.
Kevin Hurley Helps Diboll Get Past Huntington
DIBOLL -- Kevin Hurley tossed three touchdown passes in the Diboll Lumberjacks' 35-12 victory over Huntington in District 8-4A Division II action Friday night.
Hurley competed 13 of 20 attempts for 158 yards, throwing a pair of touchdowns to Ja'Marcus Polk and one to Jesse Villanueva...
High Five
CARTHAGE -- The Carthage Bulldogs rebounded from last week's loss to rival Kilgore with a 42-14 rout of Brownsboro in District 9-4A Division I action Friday at Bulldog Stadium.
Slow And Steady
CARROLLTON -- Tyler Grace Community extended its TAPPS Division II, District II winning streak to three games Friday with a 28-6 win against Carrollton Prince of Peace.
Weather conditions were poor in Carrollton -- the game suffered three lightning delays -- so the Cougars had to lean on their defens…
Making It Interesting
MELISSA -- Canton will finish the weekend in a three-team tie for second place thanks to its 33-14 win Friday at Melissa.
Offensive Issues
MESQUITE -- Tyler Bishop Gorman had an axe to grind with Dallas Christian ahead of Friday's pivotal TAPPS Division II, District II showdown.
The Crusaders will have to keep on grinding. They turned in their worst offensive performance of the season in poor weather conditions and fell, 35-6.

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