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  2. We sort through DCTF's Texas high school football computer rankings after Week 7 and figure out who's on the rise, who's falling, and who's got eyes set on AT&T Stadium. CLASS 5A At The Top… Only some minor changes in Division I, where College Station leapfrogged Mansfield Timberview for the No. 9 spot and Cedar Park nudged up a spot to No. 8, setting up a great showdown with No. 11 Hutto. Division II welcomes Red Oak to the Top 10 after drubbing previously undefeated Dallas Kimball, while A&M Consolidated’s win over previously unbeaten Lamar Consolidated edged them up to No. 3. Fastest One-Week Riser: DI No. 66 El Paso Chapin (beat El Paso Bel Air 61-21, up 33 spots from No. 99) Biggest One-Week Faller: DI No. 100 El Paso Bel Air (lost to El Paso Chapin 61-21, down 33 spots from No. 67) Projected Semifinals & Title Games Right Now… DIVISION I Semifinals: Frisco Lone Star over Denton Ryan by 12…Alvin Shadow Creek over San Antonio Wagner by 10 Championship: Frisco Lone Star over Alvin Shadow Creek by 11 PA ****** To me it looks like DCTF gave College Station more credit for losing to Lufkin, than Lufkin defeating CS, because CS jumped up 2 spots while losing to the Panthers, while Lufkin remained in 6th place. SMH Still got to play the games though and I think Lufkin is in a better place than CS right now.
  3. I think (6-0) Friendswood's 34-32 win @ Foster last Friday had something to do with them to be rated below College Station, although RF has played a tougher schedule than CS . Shadow Creek plays Friendswood and Richmond Foster the next two weeks. That is a tough district.
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  5. These computer rankings are crazy lol. Foster won by 38 over CS...
  6. In conjunction with our partner Jerry Forrest at PigskinPrep.com, DCTF is proud to bring you computer rankings of every Texas high school football team for Week 8. CLASS 5A DIVISION I Rank Team (Record) LW Week 8 1 Frisco Lone Star (6-0) 1 at *The Colony (6-0) 2 Highland Park (5-1) 2 at *Dallas Samuell (2-4) 3 Alvin Shadow Creek (6-0) 3 vs *Friendswood (6-0) 4 Denton Ryan (6-0) 4 vs *Carrollton Creekview (2-4) 5 Lancaster (5-1) 5 vs *Dallas Adams (2-4) 6 Lufkin (5-1) 6 at *Tomball (3-3) 7 San Antonio Wagner (6-1) 7 at *San Antonio Jefferson (1-5) 8 Cedar Park (6-1) 9 vs *Hutto (5-0) 9 College Station (4-2) 11 vs *Magnolia (4-2) 10 Mansfield Timberview (4-2) 10 at *Dallas Sunset (0-6) 11 Hutto (5-0) 12 at *Cedar Park (6-1) 12 Azle (6-1) 17 vs *Fort Worth Chisholm Trail (2-4) 13 Abilene Cooper (7-0) 13 at *Amarillo Caprock (2-4) 14 CC Flour Bluff (5-1) 14 at *Corpus Christi Miller (6-0) 15 Richmond Foster (4-2) 8 at *Angleton (3-2) 16 Angleton (3-2) 16 vs *Richmond Foster (4-2) 17 Corpus Christi Miller (6-0) 20 vs *CC Flour Bluff (5-1) 18 New Caney (6-0) 23 at *Humble Kingwood Park (3-3) 19 Frisco Independence (4-2) 15 vs *Frisco Wakeland (4-2) 20 The Colony (6-0) 19 vs *Frisco Lone Star (6-0) 21 McKinney North (6-1) 24 at *West Mesquite (1-5) 22 Crowley (6-1) 18 at *Fort Worth South Hills (1-5) 23 Colleyville Heritage (3-3) 22 vs *Carrollton Turner (0-6) 24 SA Veterans Memorial (6-1) 21 vs *San Antonio Burbank (5-1) 25 Mesquite Poteet (3-3) 32 at *Wylie East (2-5) 26 N. Richland Hills Birdville (4-2) 30 at *Denton (2-4) 27 Amarillo (4-2) 25 at *Amarillo Palo Duro (3-4) 28 Friendswood (6-0) 44 at *Alvin Shadow Creek (6-0) 29 Fort Bend Hightower (4-2) 28 vs *Galveston Ball (3-3) 30 CC Veterans Memorial (5-1) 31 at *Victoria East (3-4) 31 Tyler John Tyler (3-4) 27 Open 32 Magnolia (4-2) 35 at *College Station (4-2) 33 Manor (4-2) 26 vs *Pflugerville Connally (1-6) 34 Northside Harlan (6-0) 33 at *Eagle Pass Winn (3-4) 35 Dripping Springs (5-1) 40 at *Austin Navarro (1-5) 36 Frisco Wakeland (4-2) 43 at *Frisco Independence (4-2) 37 Austin LBJ (4-2) 29 at *Austin Crockett (2-4) 38 Lubbock Coronado (3-4) 38 vs *Lubbock Monterey (2-4) 39 New Caney Porter (5-1) 37 vs *Port Arthur Memorial (3-3) 40 Magnolia West (4-2) 34 vs *Waller (0-5)
  7. Just wanted to say there was not a Sideliners meeting tonight. We use to meet every Monday or Tuesday depending on the holiday schedule. This year we have skipped 3 or 4 meetings since we began in August because of holidays or various other scheduling situations. So, no news to give. I think the video of Coach Quick talking to the players after the game Friday says plenty of what they want to do and where they want to go. Much better than anything I could come up with to say.
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  9. https://www.ktre.com/2019/10/14/after-friday-night-win-pack-size-up-opponents-along-path-district-title/ Getting ready for Tomball.
  10. We started this win on Monday in practice...............
  11. CLASS 5A DIVISION I Rank School (Record) Week 7 LW 1 Frisco Lone Star (6-0) W: Frisco Independence, 63-14 1 2 Alvin Shadow Creek (6-0) W: Galveston Ball, 49-6 2 3 Denton Ryan (6-0) W: Colleyville Heritage, 35-9 3 4 Highland Park (5-1) W: Mansfield Legacy, 76-6 4 5 Lufkin (5-1) W: College Station, 31-21 5 6 Hutto (5-0) Idle 6 7 Lancaster (5-1) W: Dallas Sunset, 73-0 8 8 San Antonio Wagner (6-1) W: San Antonio Highlands, 65-0 9 9 Abilene Cooper (7-0) W: Amarillo Palo Duro, 42-6 10 10 Cedar Park (6-1) W: Georgetown, 38-15 NR
  12. There are two UIL 11-man programs that have yet to score this year. Houston Wisdom fell to 0-6 in Class 5A-Division I with a 46-0 loss to Houston Austin on Thursday, while Austin Eastside Memorial fell to Wimberley 51-0 on Thursday falling to 0-6 in 4A-Division II. Eastside didn’t score until Week 10 last season.
  13. What in the world 🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏾‍♂️
  14. THE CURRENT PLAYOFF PREDICTIONS W5. LONE STAR VS F6. SAMUELL R8. MAGNOLIA WEST VS T7. MESQUITE POTEET W6. HIGHLAND PARK VS F5. WAKELAND R7. JOHN TYLER VS T8. COLLEGE STATION W7. MCKINNEY NORTH VS F8. MAGNOLIA R6. LANCASTER VS T5. INDEPENDENCE W8. LUFKIN VS F7. WEST MESQUITE R5. THE COLONY VS T6. MANS.TIMBERVIEW WEEK 8 5A D1 REGION 2 DISTRICT STANDINGS 5-5A FRISCO LONE STAR 3-0 6-0 THE COLONY 3-0 6-0 INDEPENDENCE 2-1 5-1 WAKELAND 2-1 4-2 LITTLE ELM 1-2 2-4 CENTENNIAL 1-2 1-5 HERITAGE 0-3 1-5 LIBERTY 0-3 0-6 6-5A HIGHLAND PARK 3-0 5-1 LANCASTER 3-0 5-1 MANS. TIMBERVIEW 3-0 4-2 SAMUELL 1-2 2-4 ADAMS 1-2 2-4 WILSON 1-2 1-5 Mans. LEGACY 0-3 0-6 SUNSET 0-3 0-6 7-5A MCKINNEY NORTH 3-0 6-1 JOHN TYLER 3-0 3-4 MESQUITE POTEET 2-0 3-3 WEST MESQUITE 1-1 1-5 SHERMAN 0-2 3-3 TEXAS HIGH 0-3 3-4 WYLIE EAST 0-3 2-5 8-5A LUFKIN 3-0 5-1 MAGNOLIA WEST 3-0 4-2 COLLEGE STATION 2-1 4-2 MAGNOLIA 2-1 4-2 TOMBALL 2-1 3-3 WILLIS 0-3 1-5 CANEY CREEK 0-3 1-5 WALLER 0-3 0-5 This season is going by fast.....it's already week 8.
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  16. Magnolia West and Tomball 2019 https://www.hudl.com/team/v2/40203/Boys-Varsity-Football .
  17. School Name *W-L *Pct. *PF *PA W-L Pct. PF PA Strk Lufkin 3-0 1.000 97 52 5-1 0.833 229 83 5 W Magnolia West 3-0 1.000 136 76 4-2 0.667 223 165 3 W College Station 2-1 0.667 115 45 4-2 0.667 206 119 1 L Magnolia 2-1 0.667 92 57 4-2 0.667 169 126 1 W Tomball 2-1 0.667 102 82 3-3 0.500 167 172 2 W Waller 0-3 0.000 48 99 0-5 0.000 64 151 5 L Caney Creek 0-3 0.000 41 137 1-5 0.167 103 247 4 L Willis 0-3 0.000 56 139 1-5 0.167 135 260 4 L UPDATED POINTS SCORED AND ALLOWED 10/12/2019 * Denotes district data.
  18. Well, you know Tomball is pretty tight lipped too because Demas was living with the Dunn the Tomball QB all last spring. There is lots of covering of butts just entertaining the thought of having that kid on your high school team. I mean, he would add a great deal to your offense. Just let the kid go to A&M and see how he does there. You know this is done in lots of schools around Texas, the UIL really doesn't investigate unless a grievance is filed with them, like in this case.
  19. Someone had told me he was going to try and reapply to play at mid season after he had completed 9 weeks attending Tomball. However, the UIL was still not going to allow because the previous situations that existed with his family had still not been cleared up to their satisfaction. There was much more to that situation that was out of order, especially with his grandfather going around and checking out schools and talking to coaches about transfers.
  20. I really wish that five star recruit was playing for Tomball this week. We need a test like that before playoffs.
  21. Did you notice the Panther tie in that picture of Outlaw? He almost always wore the khaki pants, white shirt and Purple Panther tie every game when it was warm. Very classy. I say that because in meetings he would talk about how cold natured he was and how he would wear everything he could find to stay warm on the sidelines when the weather was freezing.
  22. Strong finishes have Lufkin thinking district title By JOSH HAVARD/The Lufkin Daily News As the defending district champions, the Lufkin Panthers go into every game expecting opponents’ best shot. Over the past two weeks, Magnolia and College Station have lived up to those expectations by challenging the Panthers into the fourth quarter. However, when the Panthers have been pushed to the brink, they have been at their best. The latest example came in a battle of district heavyweights on Friday night. After failing to put the Cougars away earlier, Austin Sosa scored on a 3-yard run that cut Lufkin’s lead to 17-14 headed into the final 12 minutes. Seven plays and 86 yards later, the Panthers were back in the end zone, and by the middle of the fourth quarter, Lufkin had put away College Station. A game that hung in the balance just minutes earlier became a runaway for Lufkin. “After it got down to a 3-point game, the kids didn’t back down,” Lufkin head coach Todd Quick said. “They were in the same spot last week and did what they needed to do. You can’t simulate that on a practice field. They stayed right in there and made plays in all three phases of the game.” Lufkin’s win leaves the Panthers as one of just two unbeaten teams left in 8-5A DI. Magnolia West, which took a 40-15 win over Caney Creek on Friday night, is also 3-0. Those teams will meet in Lufkin in two weeks. College Station, Tomball and Magnolia are a game back. Lufkin holds wins over College Station and Magnolia and will play Tomball this week. Even though Lufkin still has plenty of work left to complete a district title, it took a big step in the right direction with Friday’s win. “When good teams challenge you, you can’t get too high or too low,” Quick said. “You have to be a flat liner. That’s what they’ve done the last two weeks.” Next up for Lufkin is a road trip to Tomball to face a team only one game behind it in the standings. Tomball took a 30-21 win over Waller. Here is a look back at Friday’s win. Defense: The Panthers held a tough College Station team to under 300 yards while also forcing two turnovers. Tre Odom was the biggest headliner for the Pack with both of the team’s interceptions. Meanwhile, Lufkin held College Station to 14 points until the Cougars put together a final scoring drive in the final minutes. The biggest test for Lufkin came in the ground game once again as Roderick Brown ran for 159 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries. However, almost all of that damage came before the half. Through the air, College Station was held to 116 yards on 13-of-21 passing with two interceptions. Lufkin will get a pair of tests against Tomball and Magnolia West over the next two weeks before closing the season with Caney Creek and Waller. Offense: Although the passing game continued to be efficient in its attack, the Panthers were most pleased with how they finished the game on the ground. After two weeks of struggles in the ground game, Lufkin had a hard time getting its rushing game going through three quarters. That all went out the window when Caleb Berry finished with 69 yards on 15 carries with most of that coming when Lufkin took control of the game down the stretch. Jordan Moore had one of his best games of the season by throwing for 286 yards and a touchdown on 20-of-24 passing. Ja’Lynn Polk had nine catches for 147 yards, and Kelton Wright added 120 yards and a touchdown on eight receptions. Special teams: Caleb Encarnacion was perfect on the night with a 23-yard field goal and four extra points. Lufkin’s only struggles came in the punting game where it averaged 24 yards on three punts. Christian Reggie contributed to the win as his 26-yard punt return set up Lufkin’s first score. Josh Havard’s email address is josh.havard@lufkindailynews.com.
  23. That’s what i noticed too. I remember you saying last year when Fox sports interviewed him before the lobo game, it was Coach Outlaw old hat.
  24. That looks just like John Outlaw's old hat he use to wear every game.
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