Games This Week

 NEWTON (13-0) over CAMERON YOE (13-0) 7:30 p.m. Friday at Woodforest Bank Stadium in Shenandoah—The Eagles have been dominating every foe they’ve faced so far and should have a tougher opponent in the undefeated Yoemen. However, the Eagles have so many weapons in their huge arsenal which should put them in the state finals next week.

 HIGH SCHOOL PLAYOFFS— Class 5A, Division I—Lamar (14-0) over San Antonio O’Connor (12-2), DeSoto (14-0) over Allen (13-1); Division II—Katy (14-0) over Cibolo Steele (14-0), Austin Westlake (10-4) over Cedar Hill (10-4).

Class 4A, Division I—Tyler (13-1) over Denton Guyer (12-2), Georgetown (14-0) over Leander Rouse (10-4); Division II—Wichita Falls Rider (12-2) over Lancaster (13-1), Cedar Park (12-2) over Manor (11-3).

Class 3A, Division I (State Final)—El Campo (14-0) over Stephenville (12-1); Division II—Navasota (14-0) over Bellville (11-3), Gilmer (13-1) over Graham (13-1).

Class 2A, Division I—Daingerfield (11-3) over Wall (12-1), Newton (13-0) over Cameron Yoe (13-0); Division II—East Bernard (13-0) over Elysian Fields (11-3), Corsicana Mildred (12-1) over Sonora (11-3).

Class A, Division I—Stamford (12-1) over Italy (9-4), Mart (11-2) over Shiner (12-1); Division II—Munday (13-0) over Wellington (13-0), Tenaha (9-4) over Falls City (11-2).

Six-man, Division I (State Final)—Throckmorton (12-1) over Abbott (12-2); Division II (State Final)—Richland Springs (14-0) over Follett (9-4).

FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SUBDIVISION (Semifinal Round)—Sam Houston State over Eastern Washington, North Dakota State over Georgia Southern.

COLLEGE BOWL GAMES—New Mexico Bowl Noon Saturday in Albuquerque (ESPN)—Arizona (7-5) over Nevada (7-5).

Potato Bowl 3:30 p.m. Saturday in Boise, Idaho (ESPN)—Utah State (10-2) over Toledo (9-3).

PRO PICKS—Cincinnati over Philadelphia (Thurs.), Houston over Indianapolis, Green Bay over Chicago, New Orleans over Tampa Bay, St. Louis over Minnesota, NY Giants over Atlanta, Washington over Cleveland, Miami over Jacksonville, Denver over Baltimore, San Diego over Carolina, Detroit over Arizona, Seattle over Buffalo, Oakland over Kansas City, Dallas over Pittsburgh, New England over San Francisco, Tennessee over NY Jets (Monday Night).