Weatherford Democrat


November 30, 2013

Prep football playoffs — Friday results*

— CLASS 5A Division I

Region I

DeSoto 56, Arlington Martin 34

Euless Trinity 42, Southlake Carroll 38

Region III

Cypress Fairbanks 9, Galena Park N Shore 7

Pearland 21, Houston Lamar 13

Region IV

Converse Judson 68, Laredo United 21

SA Madison 45, Mission Sharyland 21


CLASS 5A Division II

Region III

Katy 56, Fort Bend Elkins 26

Region IV

SA Johnson 56, Laredo Alexander 41

Cibolo Steele 48, Edinburg North 14


CLASS 4A Division I

Region II

Wylie 64, Dallas South Oak Cliff 46

Highland Park 48, Mansfield Legacy 0

Region IV

Leander Rouse 43, SA Harlandale 21


CLASS 4A Division II

Region II

Ennis 46, Frisco 25

Mesquite Poteet 65, Whitehouse 60

Region III

Brenham 37, Texas City 34

Region IV

SA Alamo Heights 31, CC Calallen 7


CLASS 3A Division I

Region I

Stephenville 47, Big Spring 36

Region II

Tyler Chapel Hill 55, Decatur 40

Kilgore 56, Frisco Lone Star 21

Region III

West Orange-Stark 18, Jasper 16

Carthage 49, Silsbee 6

Region IV

La Grange 61, Ingleside 24


CLASS 3A Division II

Region II

Argyle 45, Gilmer 38

Region III

Fairfield 57, Sour Lake H-J 14

Rockdale 21, Coldspring-Oakhurst 14

Region IV

Sinton 26, Cuero 19

La Vernia 21, Port Isabel 14


CLASS 2A Division I

Region I

Wall 42, Bushland 14

Region II

New Boston 34, Malakoff 27

Daingerfield 56, Pottsboro 10

Region III

Franklin 28, Godley 14

White Oak 55, Newton 36

Region IV

Cameron Yoe 47, Troy 14

Hallettsville 42, McGregor 21


CLASS 2A Division II

Region I

Canadian 28, Sonora 14

Cisco 41, Abernathy 14

Region II

Cooper 56, Scurry-Rosser 18

Region III

Waskom 33, Crawford 14

Corrigan-Camden 22, Centerville 20

Region IV

East Bernard 42, Poth 7

Refugio 73, Rogers 72, OT


CLASS 1A Division I

Region I

Stamford 42, Sundown 7


Region II

Goldthwaite 14, De Leon 13

Hico 54, Collinsville 14

Region III

Bosqueville 42, Alto 41

Mart 50, Pineland West Sabine 18

Region IV

Thorndale 21, Ganado 17

Shiner 35, Flatonia 0


CLASS 1A Division II

Region I

Wellington 50, Farwell 14

Region II

Albany 24, Iraan 21

Muenster 41, SA Texas Leadership 18

Region III

Tenaha 28, Chilton 16

Bremond 28, Lovelady 7 

Region IV

La Pryor 35, Sabinal 27

Falls City 43, Milano 0


SIX-MAN Division I (Quarterfinals)

Abbott 56, Aquilla 50


SIX-MAN Division II (Quarterfinals)

Follett 68, Matador Motley County 18

Grandfalls-Royalty 68, Loraine 14

Newcastle 56, Strawn 54


* — See complete high school football playoff results and next round matchups on line at


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