Malakoff (5-0, 1-0) at Eustace (2-3, 1-0)
7:30 p.m. Friday, Tigers Stadium, homecoming
LAST YEAR’S MEETING: Eustace 30, Malakoff 16
LAST WEEK: Eustace 58, Kemp 15; Malakoff 73, Grand Saline 0.
HARRIS RANKINGS: Eustace is ranked No. 70 in Class 2A, Division I with a Power Rating of 190. Malakoff is ranked No. 13 in Class 2A, Division I with a Power Rating of 219.
HARRIS SAYS: Malakoff by 35.
NEXT WEEK: Malakoff at Lone Oak, 7:30 p.m.; Quitman at Eustace, 7:30 p.m.
Lone Oak (3-1, 0-0) at Kemp (0-5, 0-1)
7:30 p.m. Friday, Yellowjacket Stadium
LAST YEAR’S MEETING: Lone Oak 54, Kemp 12
LAST WEEK: Lone Oak, did not play; Eustace 58, Kemp 15
HARRIS RANKINGS: Lone Oak is ranked No. 44 in Class 2A, Division I with a Power Rating of 199. Kemp is ranked No. 106 in Class 2A, Division I with a Power Rating of 164.
HARRIS SAYS: Lone Oak by 35.
NEXT WEEK: Kemp will observe an open week.
Trinidad (2-3) at Avalon (3-2)
7:30 p.m. Friday, Eagle Field
LAST YEAR’S MEETING: Trinidad 59, Avalon 14
LAST WEEK: Abbott 76, Trinidad 44. Mt. Calm 62, Avalon 56.
SIXMANFOOTBALL.COM RANKINGS: Trinidad is ranked No. 27 in Six Man Division I with a Power Rating of 246. Avalon is ranked No. 48 in Six Man Division I with a Power Rating of 208.
SIXMANFOOTBALL.COM RANKINGS SAYS: Trinidad by 37.
NEXT WEEK: Penelope at Trinidad, Saturday, Trojan Field, homecoming.
Athens Christian Preparatory (0-5) at Carrollton Christian (2-3)
7:30 p.m. Friday, Saints Field
LAST YEAR’S MEETING: Did not play
LAST WEEK: Tyler King's Academy 32, Athens Christian Prep 6. Lucas Christian 56, Carrollton Christian 8.
SIXMANFOOTBALL.COM RANKINGS: Athens Christian Prep is ranked No. 18 in Independent with a Power Rating of 102. Carrollton Christian is ranked No. 17 in TAPPS Division I with a Power Rating of 181.
SIXMANFOOTBALL.COM RANKINGS SAYS: Carrollton Christian by 45.
NEXT WEEK: Athens Christian Preparatory at FW THESA, 8 p.m.
Malakoff (5-0, 1-0) at Eustace (2-3, 1-0)
C.H.A.M.P.S HEART OF TEXAS BOWL: Trophy trifecta (w/box score)
On a bitter cold day at Bulldawg Stadium, the No. 5-ranked Trinity Valley Community College Cardinals capped off a memorable year with a 72-23 thumping of the Mesa Community College Thunderbirds Saturday.
AREA BASKETBALL: Cross Roads Ladycats win Frankston consolation title
The Cross Roads Ladycats won the consolation title of the Frankston tournament over the weekend.
C.H.A.M.P.S. HEART OF TEXAS BOWL: Trophy trifecta
The No. 6-ranked Trinity Valley Community College Cardinals wrapped up one of the most memorable season in school history with a 72-23 thumping of the Mesa Community College Thunderbirds in the C.H.A.M.P.S Heart of Texas Bowl at Copperas Cove's Bulldawg Stadium on Saturday.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: One memorable year (w/thank you from coaching staff)
Looking back on the 2013 season for the Malakoff Tigers was one that fifth-year head coach Jamie Driskell will never forget.
JUNIOR COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Lady Cardinals domination
The No. 2-ranked Trinity Valley Community College Lady Cardinals opened up Region XIV conference play with a dominating win over Paris Junior College 81-35 Wednesday night at Cardinal Gym.
AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Malakoff Lady Tigers defeat Cross Roads, 40-31
The Malakoff Lady Tigers defeated the Cross Roads Lady Cats 40-31 Tuesday night at Cross Roads.
BREAKING: Ticket price change in TVCC bowl section
It was reported in the Trinity Valley bowl game section that tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students in grades kindergarten through 12 for general admission seats and reserved tickets for $15 per ticket.
DISTRICT 7-2A ALL-DISTRICT FOOTBALL: MHS senior Damontes Dowell named 7-2A MVP
The Malakoff Tigers dominated the District 7-2A All-District football team with 20 selections released on Monday.
AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Athens improves to 3-0 with 71-50 win over Pine Tree
The Athens Hornets improved to 3-0 on the year with a 71-50 win over Longview Pine Tree Monday night.
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: Westwood sneaks out with 44-39 win over Athens
Missed opportunities were the final blow against the Athens Lady Hornets in a 44-39 loss to the Palestine Westwood Lady Panthers Tuesday night at AHS gymnasium.
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