High school football: Our Fab Fives


FOOTBALL FAB FIVES

CLASS 6A

Team;W-L;Pts.

1. Westlake;4-0;15

In past three games, state-ranked Chaparrals have allowed total of 17 points.

2. Lake Travis;3-1;12

Cavaliers re-discovered defense in their 48-0 shutout of Hendrickson.

3. Cedar Ridge;3-1;8

Faces 13-6A rival Hendrickson after topping state-ranked Temple 21-14.

3. Del Valle;4-0;7

After blanking Reagan, Cardinals averaging 412 yards rushing per game.

5. Bowie;3-1;3

Scored seven points against Westlake after averaging 40 in three wins.

CLASS 5A

Team;W-L;Pts.

1. Dripping Springs;4-0;14

Tigers kicked off 26-5A play with 33-point victory over Kerrville Tivy.

2. Hutto;4-0;13

Hippos piled up season-high 63 points in 19-5A triumph over Connally.

3. Cedar Park;3-1;8

Cedar Park joins Hutto as only teams unbeaten in District 19-5A games.

4. McCallum;4-0;7

On Friday, McCallum welcomes annual district showdown vs. LBJ.

5. LBJ;3-1;2

TDs against Manor included Deon Collins’ 62-yard reception, 90-yard kick return.

Others receiving votes: Georgetown (3-1), 1.

CLASS 4A AND BELOW

Team;W-L;Pts.

1. Wimberley;4-0;15

Final two non-district foes — Fredericksburg, Boerne — are combined 8-0.

2. Salado;4-0;11

Eagles have outscored their first four opponents by a combined 165-41.

3. Smithville;4-0;9

Best start since 2011 squad opened 7-0 before losing a bi-district playoff.

4. Regents;4-0;7

Knights will kick off play in their TAPPS district at St. Michael’s (2-2).

5. Liberty Hill;2-1;3

After loss to Port Lavaca Calhoun, Panthers will face winless Anderson.



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