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High school football: Our Fab Fives




1. Lake Travis;6-1;14

Cavaliers remain No. 3 in Associated Press Class 6A state poll.

2. Cedar Ridge;8-0;13

Raiders celebrating first victory over district rival Round Rock.

3. Bowie;6-1;9

Bulldogs have averaged 36 PPG in pair of 14-6A victories.

4. Westlake;5-2;6

After bye week, Chaparrals will face Lehman (2-6) in 25-6A.

5. Round Rock;4-3;3

Dragons’ next District 13-6A opponent: Westwood (4-3).



1. Cedar Park;7-0;15

More than half of Timberwolves’ victories have been shutouts.

2. Connally;7-0;12

Next up: Cedar Park team that has won 23 games in a row.

3. Dripping Springs;6-1;8

After their first loss, Tigers face unbeaten Alamo Heights.

4. LBJ;6-1;7

Jaguars have allowed nine total points in three 25-5A victories.

5. Georgetown;6-2;2

Will try to rebound after back-to-back losses to Rouse, Cedar Park.

Others receiving votes: McCallum (6-1), 1.



1. Wimberley;7-1;13

Texans will face a tough test in unbeaten Geronimo Navarro.

2. Burnet;6-1;10

Bulldogs coming off double-overtime victory against Gatesville.

3. Regents;7-0;9

On Nov. 4, Knights will close regular season at Hyde Park (6-1).

4. Giddings;5-2;7

Buffs have outscored first two district foes by combined 84-21.

5. Lago Vista;6-1;4

Vikings’ next opponent will be Randolph, 0-2 in district games.

Others receiving votes: Liberty Hill (4-2), 2.

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