2016 Week 11 Games

Clean ETX Sweep
BULLARD -- Tyler Grace Community built a comfortable 22-point lead by halftime and rolled to a 56-20 win Friday at Brook Hill.
Cougars quarterback Christopher Wilhelmi had another special night. He completed 23 of 26 passes for 362 yards and four touchdowns to zero interceptions and also ran in …
Immaculate Reception!
NACOGDOCHES -- Cameron High rolled out and found D'Montrey Christopher for a two-point conversion with four seconds to play and lifted Jacksonville to a 46-45 win Friday against Nacogdoches at Dragon Stadium.
Any other week, that would be the gist of this story.
It didn't really matter that the Indian…
Lobos Pound Mesquite
LONGVIEW – Gaylon Wiley threw for three touchdowns, Kendrevian White added a pair on the ground, and Longview thrashed Mesquite to the tune of 62-7 on Friday night at Lobo Stadium.
Wiley finished with 205 passing yards, targeting tight end Jaylin Brown twice and receiver Kamden Perry once for s…
Staying Put
TYLER -- Following a six-year run at the state's second-highest classification, John Tyler returned to the top of the food chain in Class 6A prior to this season.
Thrown into a district with schools from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex suburbs, many wondered if the Lions could sustain the s…
Finishing Strong
MONTGOMERY -- With their playoff spot locked firmly in place, the Lufkin Panthers showed they were anything but satisfied.
Hawks Stun Bears
GLADEWATER -- Josh Roberts ran for four touchdowns to propel Pleasant Grove to a 40-23 win over Gladewater on Friday night, giving the Hawks the second seed in District 7-4A Division II.
Total Destruction
PALESTINE – Henderson raced out to 26-point lead in the first 13 minutes of the game in a 61-26 win over Palestine in the District 9-4A Division I finale on Friday at Wildcat Stadium.
Still The Top Seed
TERRELL -- No. 8 Van left Terrell still the champion of District 8-4A Division I despite a 19-14 loss on Friday night, and the Vandals got a little creative in doing so.
Streaking Leopards
TEXARKANA — Liberty-Eylau throttled Quinlan Ford, 60-22, while piling up 568 yards of total offense on Friday night.

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