Congratulations to Texas High and Pleasant Grove as they continue their climb through the Texas High School playoff brackets. T-High is still trying to find their best competition for this season and PG picked up the win in double overtime.

Unfortunately, we had to say goodby to two of our local teams that finished their season last Friday night. De Kalb wrapped up its season at 8/4 with their loss to Newton 36 - 6. Ashdown finished up last Friday as well with a 9/3 overall record on the season with their loss to Shiloh Christian 21 - 0. Congratulations to both schools on outstanding seasons.

Below are the teams advancing this week and with any luck, won't find the end of their season any time soon.

Friday Games:

Texas High Tigers are now 11-0 after beating Texas City last Friday in Lufkin, 31 - 0.

This week the Tigers play Friday (11/26) in Natchitoches, LA, Turpin Stadium taking on the 8 - 4 Port-Neches Groves Indians. The game time is a little earlier, kickoff at 6 PM.

The trip is 2 hours and 13 minutes according to Google Maps:

 


The Pleasant Grove Hawks are now 7 - 5 on the season with a tough fight last Saturday leading to a double-overtime win over Glenn Rose in Frisco 36 - 34.

This Friday the Hawks travel to Sam Parker Field in Mt Pleasant to take on the 12 - 0 Ford Panthers from Quinland, Texas.

The game will be much earlier in the day too with the kickoff at 1 PM Friday, 11/26. Drive time from Texarkana is 1 hour and 1 minute, according to Google Maps.


Happy Thanksgiving football fans and good luck this weekend T-High and PG!

 

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