High school football: Our Fab Fives


FOOTBALL FAB FIVES

CLASS 6A

Team;W-L;Pts.

1. Westlake;7-0;15

Chaparrals take well-deserved break after snapping losing streak against Lake Travis.

2. Cedar Ridge;6-1;12

Raiders have averaged 50.3 PPG in victories over Hendrickson, McNeil, Stony Point.

3. Lake Travis;4-2;7

Cavaliers last lost three games in a season in 2006, year before first state title.

(tie) San Marcos;6-1;7

After 2-0 start in 14-6A, Rattlers will be off until matchup against Manor on Oct. 27.

5. Bowie;5-1;4

Bulldogs will face Manor (4-2), which has won two straight after a loss to LBJ.

CLASS 5A

Team;W-L;Pts.

1. Dripping Springs;6-0;15

As a result of another 6-0 start, Tigers are 18-2 in their past twenty games.

2. Hutto;6-0;12

Hippos will face East View (3-4), which defeated Connally to snap three-game skid.

3. Cedar Park;5-1;8

Georgetown and Hutto await state-ranked Timberwolves in next three weeks.

4. McCallum;7-0;7

Knights totaled 128 points in recent 25-5A victories over Austin High, Travis.

5. Georgetown;6-1;3

Eagles need a victory over Cedar Park to balance out their 19-5A loss to Hutto.

CLASS 4A AND BELOW

Team;W-L;Pts.

1. Wimberley;6-1;15

Texans opened their five-game district schedule by beating Bandera 65-7.

2. Regents;6-0;9

Knights to face district-leading San Antonio Holy Cross (6-1) on Friday.

(tie) Thrall;5-1;9

Four-game winning streak has followed Tigers’ one-point loss to Milano on Sept. 8.

4. Smithville;5-1;8

Two touchdowns in final 27 seconds left Tigers with a 49-44 loss at Giddings.

5. Salado;5-1;4

Eagles opened district play with a loss, falling to Fairfield 42-35 in overtime.



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