UIL football championships schedule


UIL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

When/where: Wednesday through Saturday, AT&T Stadium in Arlington

Tickets: Cost $15 and grant admission to all games on a single day. All seating is general admission. Tickets may be purchased online through Ticketmaster or at the stadium box office on game day.

Parking: Daily parking costs $10 (credit card) or $15 (cash) per vehicle.

Austin-area finalist: Lake Travis (13-2), Class 6A, Division I. The defending 6A, Division I state champion, the Cavaliers will be trying to capture their seventh UIL championship in football. They boast a 6-1 record in state finals.

SCHEDULE

• Wednesday

11 a.m. — Six-man, Division I: Borden County (14-0) vs. Jonesboro (13-1), 11 a.m.

2 p.m. — Six-man, Division II: Balmorhea (13-0) vs. Strawn (14-0), 2 p.m.

7 p.m. — Class 2A, Division I: Mart (14-1) vs. Refugio (13-1), 7 p.m.

• Thursday

11 a.m. — Class 2A, Division II: Muenster (15-0) vs. Tenaha (15-0)

3 p.m. — Class 3A, Division I: Brock (13-2) vs. Rockdale (12-3)

7 p.m. — Class 3A, Division II: Gunter (15-0) vs. Newton (14-0)

• Friday

11 a.m. — Class 4A, Division I: Kennedale (14-1) vs. Carthage (15-0)

3 p.m. — Class 4A, Division II: Texarkana Pleasant Grove (15-0) vs. West Orange-Stark (13-0)

7 p.m. — Class 5A, Division I: Highland Park (14-1) vs. Manvel (14-0)

• Saturday

11 a.m. — Class 5A, Division II: Aledo (15-0) vs. College Station (13-2)

3 p.m. — Class 6A, Division I: Allen (15-0) vs. Lake Travis (13-2)

7 p.m. — Class 6A, Division II: Cypress Fairbanks (14-0) vs. Waco Midway (15-0)



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