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Games This Week
WEST ORANGE-STARK over JASPER—The Mustangs have had a tough time at Jasper in the past, but it appears as if the Mustangs are just about ready for District 21-3A play as they fine-tune their program for the final game of their pre-district schedule.
COLDSPRING over LITTLE CYPRESS-MAURICEVILLE—The Bears seem to be catching all of the elite teams in Class 3A as Coldspring comes to town Friday after losing 24-0 to Navasota two weeks ago and then coming back to nip LaMarque 24-22 last Friday. The trap is set by LCM to surprise this team into thinking Friday night’s came will be a yawner.
ORANGEFIELD over BEAUMONT KELLY—After facing three potent opponents the Bobcats will welcome a game against an unranked team. But they must take on this victory-hungry Bulldog team in Beaumont, which should make the task of finishing their pre-district slate at 3-1 a bit tougher.
ORANGE COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN over MOUNT CARMEL—The Lions take a quick break from their district schedule to host this Houston-Area foe. The game will kick off at 5 p.m. Saturday on Lions Field.
LAMAR over BACONE—The Cards should have a great opportunity to even their season record at 2-2 as they welcome this small school from Oklahoma for a 7 p.m. kickoff Saturday at Provost-Umphrey Stadium in Beaumont.
McNEESE STATE over WEBER STATE—This opponent comes all the way over from the left coast and is hungry for another victory over a Southland Conference foe. The Wildcats beat Stephen F. Austin 50-40 to open their season and then suffered huge losses to Division I opponents Utah and Utah State. So the Cowboys had better be ready for a knock-down, drag-out in Lake Charles Saturday night.
HIGH SCHOOL— Hamshire-Fannett over Liberty, East Chambers over Hardin-Jefferson, Buna over Hemphill, Silsbee over Livingston, Houston Bellaire over Port Arthur Memorial, Beaumont West Brook over Houston Chavez, Colmesneil over Evadale, West Hardin over Hardin, Warren over Sabine Pass, High Island over Baytown Christian, Tenaha over West Sabine, Longview over Lufkin, Brenham over Waller, Crosby over Dayton, Barbers Hill over C.E. King, Summer Creek over New Caney, Cleveland over Washington, Sam Houston over Tarkington, Houston St. Thomas over Huffman, Diboll over Shepherd, Stafford over Splendora, Lamar Consolidated over La Marque.
COLLEGE—Clemson over North Carolina State (Thurs.); Boise State over Fresno State (Fri.); UAB over Northwestern State, Samford over Southeastern Louisiana, Nicholls State over Langston, Sam Houston State over Incarnate Word, Montana State over Stephen F. Austin, Central Arkansas over Missouri State, Wyoming over Air Force, Alabama over Colorado State, Stanford over Arizona State, Arkansas over Rutgers, Arkansas State over Memphis, Wake Forest over Army, LSU over Auburn, Utah over BYU, Baylor over Louisiana-Monroe, Cincinnati over Miami, O., Pittsburgh over Duke, Florida over Tennessee, Florida State over Bethune-Cookman, Georgia over North Texas, Georgia Tech over North Carolina, Nevada over Hawaii, Houston over Rice, Washington State over Idaho, Missouri over Indiana, Iowa over Western Michigan, Kansas over Louisiana Tech, Texas over Kansas State, Louisiana-Lafayette over Akron, Louisville over Florida International, Virginia Tech over Marshall, Maryland over West Virginia, Miami over Savannah State, Michigan over Connecticut, Middle Tennessee State over Florida Atlantic, Central Michigan over Toledo, Notre Dame over Michigan State, Minnesota over San Jose State, Mississippi State over Troy, Nebraska over South Dakota State, UCLA over New Mexico State, Northwestern over Maine, Ohio State over Florida A&M, Oregon State over San Diego State, Penn State over Kent State, Wisconsin over Purdue, Texas A&M over SMU, Southern Cal over Utah State, Syracuse over Tulane, Texas Tech over Texas State, UNLV over Western Illinois, UTEP over UT-San Antonio, Vanderbilt over Massachusetts, Virginia over VMI, Western Kentucky over Morgan State, Washington over Idaho State.
PRO PICKS—Philadelphia over Kansas City (Thurs.); Houston over Baltimore, Dallas over St. Louis, Tennessee over San Diego, New Orleans over Arizona, Minnesota over Cleveland, Carolina over NY Giants, Detroit over Washington, New England over Tampa Bay, Green Bay over Cincinnati, Miami over Atlanta, San Francisco over Indianapolis, Seattle over Jacksonville, Buffalo over NY Jets, Chicago over Pittsburgh, Denver over Oakland (Monday Night).