Two more weeks for regular season football and the playoffs are beginning to take shape.

Who would have thought that the Brownfield and Denver City District opener would have come down to only three points? Not just three points, but the only three points scored in the whole game and that came from the Mustangs Juan Herrera. The Mustangs is now 1-0 in district leaving the Cubs 0-1. Brownfield now travels six hours to the south tomorrow night to take on 0-8 Tornillo. The Cubs will be ready to avenge their loss and take it out on Tornillo.

Brownfield 56, Tornillo 0

Again Denver City had a huge win against rival Brownfield in last weeks district opener. With all the defense and penalties that both teams had, the game was sort of a letdown, however, DC took the win. Now the Mustangs will travel to Kermit to see how well they can stay in control of district. Both teams have played four of the same teams Alpine, Crane Pecos, and Reagan County. DC beat Alpine, Crane and Reagan County but fell to Pecos in the first game of the season by one point. Kermit split the four with wins over Pecos and Reagan County. The Mustangs will be hyped up tomorrow night looking to keep an undefeated district record.

Denver City 21, Kermit 14

DISTRICT 1-3A DIV. 1  STANDINGS OVERALL DISTRICT
DENVER CITY

5

3

1

0

KERMIT

4

3

1

0

BROWNFIELD

5

3

0

1

TORNILLO

0

7

0

1

Greenwood doesn’t even have to play their last district game if they don’t want to because they are already district champs and have punched their ticket to the playoffs. Tomorrow nights game at Monahans will be the last regular season game for the Rangers because their bye week comes in week 11. Sure they can lose this game, however, they own the head to head over Snyder. Monahans is sort of like Sweetwater has not had the season they had hoped for, of course, things in the early part of the season began to look grim for the Rangers as well. Greenwood has picked themselves up and moved forward with six straight wins. Their last loss came to 3A Div. I and #4 Shallowater. With the roll that Greenwood is on now, they will be 6-0 in district when the last second runs off the clock tomorrow night.

Greenwood 28, Monahans 14

DISTRICT 1-4A DIV. II  STANDINGS OVERALL DISTRICT
GREENWOOD

7

2

5

0

SNYDER

7

2

3

1

FORT STOCKTON

6

2

2

2

MONAHANS

4

4

2

2

LAMESA

3

5

2

2

SWEETWATER

1

7

1

3

PECOS

1

8

0

5

Plains took another step back last week with a loss to Farwell 48-0. The Cowboys will face another giant for the third week in a row with Sudan who is 8-0. Plains will have to pull out all the stops tomorrow night to even get close to this Hornet team.

Sudan 49, Plains 14

Seagraves came close last week to win their first district game, however, fell short 14-7 to Bovina. This season has been very uncharacteristic of the Eagles and they get an opportunity tonight to become closer to the playoffs. Seagraves and Springlake-Earth are typically in the hunt, even the Wolverines were 4-1 coming into district play but have fallen to the wayside. Seagraves is hungry for a win and they will get it tonight.

Seagraves 21, Springlake-Earth 7

DISTRICT 2-2A DIV.II  STANDINGS OVERALL DISTRICT
SUDAN

8

0

3

0

FARWELL

7

1

3

0

BOVINA

5

3

2

1

PLAINS

3

5

1

2

SPRINGLAKE-EARTH

4

4

0

3

SEAGRAVES

2

6

0

3

Tahoka lost probably the district championship game last week to Ralls 42-35. Both teams have really been great this season and expect them to go far in Region I. The Bulldogs travel to Lockney tomorrow night who has not won a single game all season. Look for Tahoka to regain some of their composure tomorrow night.

Tahoka 42, Lockney 0

DISTRICT 4-2A DIV. II  STANDINGS OVERALL DISTRICT
RALLS

7

1

3

0

TAHOKA

4

4

2

1

NEW HOME

1

7

1

2

SMYER

2

6

1

2

CROSBYTON

1

7

1

2

LOCKNEY

0

8

0

3

Meadow has seen better days in their football program. This season continues to pour salt on the wounds of the Broncos, especially after a loss last week to Morton who had only won one game so far. Both teams seem to have the same problem coming into the season, there was a lot of expectation with little results. Tomorrow night will be no different for the Broncos as they take on Ropes. Yep, probably one of the best rivalries this side of the Brazos! There are 6.6 miles between the two schools filled with farm fields, farmhouses and hate. Even though Ropes is 4-3 and at the top of District with Wellman-Union and is expected to enforce the mercy rule upon Meadow, the Broncos will still play with a lot of heart.

Ropes 50, Meadow 0

Wellman-Union gets an opportunity like Ropes and stays at the top of district when they host Morton tomorrow night. This will be a slugfest to the very end and whoever comes out with the win will have punched their ticket to the playoffs. WU has to capitalize on all Morton’s misfortunes if they are going to win this game. Remember, the Wildcats took down Whiteface in their district opener 48-38 and a week later Morton did the same but the score was much closer 42-40. This is Mortons first time ever to play a district and full season of Six-Man Football and it would be somewhat embarrassing if they don’t make the playoff.

Morton 52, Wellman 48

DISTRICT 5-1A DIV. I  STANDINGS OVERALL DISTRICT
WELLMAN-UNION

4

3

2

0

ROPES

4

3

2

0

MORTON

1

7

1

1

WHITEFACE

2

6

0

2

MEADOW

1

5

0

1