Brownfield had their hands full Friday night against #10 Shallowater. From the very first kickoff from the Mustangs, things went south very fast for the Cubs. Shallowater began with the recovered on-side kick and the second play from scrimmage the Mustangs scored. Shallowater went into the second quarter ahead 28-0 and kept on scoring each time they got the ball back. The Cubs, however, was inside the 10-yard line five times and inside the 20 two more times and could not capitalize on any of those drives. The Cubs were able to finally score in the fourth and getting the 2pt conversion bringing the score to 51-8. The Cubs have a lot of adjustments to make on offense to ensure that their drives become scoring ones. This week the Cubs have a good chance of going 4-2 when they go to San Angelo to take on Lake View. The Chiefs have only won one game in the last 15. To be honest, not will change. The Cubs have a long on a Thursday evening, however, they are hungry for a solid win.

Brownfield 42, SA Lake View 18

Denver City took another step back last Friday night with a 33-7 loss to their old rival Seminole. What could’ve been a tight game since both teams seem to look the same on paper, didn’t happen. Now DC sits at a 2-3 record with an opportunity to get back to a winning record before district. Reagan County is up next for the Mustangs and both teams look as if they are matched up about the same. The Owls are 3-2 but have beaten their opponents by just a few points. DC is the larger school of them both, however, that hasn’t helped them in matchups like Idalou. So we’ll see what becomes of this game. So I flipped a coin and had a co-worker decide.

Reagan Co. 21, Denver City 20

DISTRICT 1-3A DIV. 1  STANDINGS
BROWNFIELD

3

2

DENVER CITY

2

2

KERMIT

2

3

TORNILLO

0

4

Greenwood began district last Friday night and boy did they come alive! With a 65-20 win over Sweetwater, the Rangers are 1-0 in district play. This week Greenwood will travel to Lamesa to take on the 1-4 Golden Tornados. Don’t expect Lamesa to give the Rangers a good game. Greenwood is riding high right now and will be 4-2 at the end.

Greenwood 42, Lamesa 21

DISTRICT 1-4A DIV. II  STANDINGS
FORT STOCKTON

5

0

SNYDER

3

1

MONAHANS

3

2

GREENWOOD

3

2

LAMESA

1

4

PECOS

1

4

SWEETWATER

0

5

The Plains Cowboys come limping back home Friday night after their 21-7 loss to Cross Plains. This week will not get any easier when they face #5 Clarendon in Littlefield. The Cowboys have the passion to win and they will need to put together four quarters of perfection to win.

Clarendon 35, Plains 7

Seagraves and Tahoka have the week off.

DISTRICT 2-2A DIV.II  STANDINGS
SUDAN

4

0

FARWELL

4

1

SPRINGLAKE-EARTH

3

1

BOVINA

3

2

PLAINS

2

2

SEAGRAVES

2

3

DISTRICT 4-2A DIV. II  STANDINGS
RALLS

4

1

TAHOKA

2

3

SMYER

0

4

CROSBYTON

0

5

LOCKNEY

0

5

NEW HOME

0

5

Meadow finally notched their first win of the season with a 44-36 win over Hart. After their 0-4 start, the first time in a long time, they might have gotten the spark they need to finish the season strong. Of course, someone forgot to mention that Nazareth will be in Meadow this Friday on the Broncos Homecoming night. Oh yes, this will be Meadows first of only three home games this season. Naz comes in 3-1 with already two wins over district foes Ropes and Morton. Meadow will not be any different than their district counter-parts.

Nazareth 50, Meadow 0

Ropes began the season with high hopes to only be let down with some key losses such as Naz, Hermleigh, and Spur. This makes them 2-3 and expectations are not where Coach Jackson wants to be. Well, the 5-0, #10 Ira Bulldogs will come on over to Ropes and will have something prove for another week. The silver-lining for Ropes is that they are at home. With a 49 point average a game, the Bulldogs could certainly apply the mercy rule to Ropes. However, there is too much pride on the line so the game will last all four quarters.

Ira 60, Ropes 33

The Wildcats of Wellman-Union stepped out on the field Friday night with one thing in mind, that was to win. If there had not been an injury of one the skill players, the Wildcats could’ve capitalized on every possession. It is what it is! So, the Wildcats travel about 10 miles down 301 to 0-4 Loop. The expectation this week is a win for WU.

Wellman-Union 52, Loop 0

DISTRICT 5-1A DIV. I  STANDINGS
ROPES

2

3

WELLMAN-UNION

2

3

WHITEFACE

2

3

MEADOW

1

4

MORTON

0

5