CROSS ROADS — The Bobcats went to Hubbard and the Jaguars jumped out to an early lead that they would never relinquish in a 49-6 road loss.

The Malakoff Tigers got their first test of 2019 as they went to Mexia and took on the Blackcats.

The Cross Roads Bobcats traveled to Hubbard on Friday to face the Jaguars.

The Eustace Bulldogs traveled to Palestine on Friday to take on the Westwood Panthers.

Blue and Gold against Blue and Gold. Brownsboro traveled to Sunnyvale Friday night to play the 9th ranked Raiders. The Air raid offense was on full display to the tune of 57-41. The Bears played hard and had a chance to keep it a touchdown game in the first half but couldn’t finish two drive…

EUSTACE — The Bulldogs were not able to preserve a 23-6 lead as they fall to Winona, 37-23. NEXT GAME: At Westwood, Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Malakoff continued their hot start to 2019 in their home opener on Friday as they had no problem against the Rains Wildcats in a 76-7 rout.

The Fairfield Eagles had the most breaks and defeated the Brownsboro Bears Friday night. The final score was 14-6.

The Athens Hornets kicked off the home portion of their 2019 schedule on Friday as they hosted the Rusk Eagles.

Rusk 3, Nacogdoches 0: NACOGDOCHES —Rusk's Lady Eagles ran their record to 5-2 by stomping Nacogdoches 3-1 on Tuesday evening in Dragon Coliseum. Set scores were 25-13, 17-25, 25-22, 25-13. Last Friday the Lady Eagles put Lufkin away in three sets in a non-district match that took place in Rusk. Match scores were 25-17, 25-12, 26-24. Offensive leaders for Rusk included Grace Young and Jamyah Anderson. The Lady Eagles will be playing in the Athens Tournament (Thur. and Sat.).

OKLAHOMA CITY — Tim Tadlock and Chris Beard, two of Texas Tech’s most popular athletic figures, shared an enlightening moment earlier this month when detailing the stark contrast between the draft process in their respective sports.

The University of Texas and Texas Christian University are welcoming two Houston-area football programs onto their campuses this week as nearly unprecedented storms continue to pound southeast Texas.

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