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Friday Night Football Results And Playoff Preview In Today’s Sports Update

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The regular season of high school Football in the Red River Valley wraps up. Sports brought to you by RENO TIRE AND SERVICE CENTER.

On Friday night, the Paris Wildcats lost to top-ranked Argyle 28-7. Paris will enter the playoffs the No. 3 seed in the district.

The Chisum Mustangs fell to Daingerfield 53-27 and land as the fourth seed in the playoffs. Cooper blew out Alba-Golden 56-0, and they are the winners in that district.

Detroit beat Cumby 40-26, and Detroit finishes as the No. 2 seed in the district. On Friday, other games included North Lamar falling to Spring Hill 54-8, Clarksville fell to Boles 26-22, Prairiland lost to Hooks 61-24, and in six-man action, Fannindel defeated Trinidad 71-26.

We have four playoff games to broadcast this week across our stations. On Thursday night, the Paris Wildcats will play Dallas Lincoln in Dallas at the Sprague Complex. That game is on 101.9 KBUS. Thursday on KOYN 93.9, the Chisum Mustangs will play West Rusk in Pittsburg while Rivercrest will face Collinsville in Bonham on Mix 107.7.

On Friday, the Cooper Bulldogs will play Trenton in Commerce on Mix 107.7.

Playoffs Week 1
KBUS Paris Chilton
Lincoln Detroit
MIX Collinsville Mt. Vernon
Rivercrest Gladewater
KOYN 93.9 Chisum Edgewood
West Rusk Bells
MIX Trenton
Cooper
Star 95 Sulphur Springs
Greenville
Star 96 Hallsville
Mt. Pleasant
6-Man Lueders-Avoca
Fannindel

On Sunday, the Cowboys almost pulled off the unthinkable as Garrett Gilbert’s last-second pass fell incomplete. Dallas lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers 24-19 on Sunday at AT&T stadium. Gilbert, making his first career start, finishes with 243 passing yards and 1 TD. Tony Pollard led the team with 57 yards on the ground. The Cowboys had a 13-0 lead late in the second quarter and led 19-9 after three. Fifteen points in the fourth quarter by the Steelers proved to be the difference. The Cowboys have a bye week coming up.