Weatherford Democrat


November 24, 2012

State football playoff results



Fort Bend Marshall 49, Texas City 28

Region IV

Cedar Park (9-2) vs. Kerrville Tivy (8-3)

Alice 17, Corpus Christi Calallen 7

Brennan 31, Cedar Park Vista Ridge 28

Edcouch-Elsa 36, Port Lavaca Calhoun 34



Region I

Abilene Wylie 56, Andrews 0

Stephenville 56, Kennedale 24

Region II

Gainesville 40, Princeton 14

Kilgore 41, Paris 14

Region III

Carthage 56, Taylor 21

Silsbee 45, Stafford 21

Region IV

El Campo 51, Somerset 14

Ingleside 55, Kingsville 22


Region I

Midland Greenwood 35, Perryton 0

Graham 42, Glen Rose 28

Monahans 21, Shallowater 7

Gatesville 40, Vernon 28

Region II

Celina 51, Dallas Madison 20

Quinlan Ford (8-3) vs. Henderson (7-4)

Argyle 42, Melissa 14

Gilmer 57, Atlanta 13

Region III

Lorena 42, Fairfield 39

West Orange-Stark 20, West Columbia 10

Navasota 50, Jasper 14

La Marque 35, Coldspring Oakhurst 21

Region IV

Bastrop Orange Grove (10-1) vs. Raymondville (6-5)

Port Isabel 53, Sinton 26


Region I

Merkel 21, Littlefield 14

Eastland 48, Muleshoe 34

Bangs 23, Idalou 6

Region II

Daingerfield 32, Callisburg 21

Winnsboro 42, Boyd 13

Pottsboro 41, Malakoff 0

New Boston 40, Commerce 7

Region III

Tatum 41, Godley 8

Franklin 34, Winnie East Chambers 14

Newton 68, Teague 17

Grandview 47, White Oak 32

Region IV

Cameron Yoe 42, Marion 14

Lago Vista 35, George West 28 (OT)

Hallettsville 43, Luling 12

San Diego (10-0) vs. Hempstead (8-3)


Region I

Sanford-Fritch (5-4) vs. Colorado City (8-3)

Abernathy 38, Alpine 26

Canadian 27, Cisco 20

Sonora 34, Post 10

Region II

Nocona 40, Edgewood 23

Gunter 35, Tolar 12

Corsicana Mildred 38, Cooper 14

Clarksville 43, Jacksboro 31

Region III

Hughes Springs 70, Hearne 20

Centerville 34, Garrison 7

Arp 53, Crawford 28

Region IV

East Bernard 47, Banquete 0

Blanco 21, Karnes City 14

Lexington 42, Poth 25

Refugio 76, Rogers 35

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