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High School Football Playoff Results Plus Cowboys Fall Short In Today’s Sports Update

In Grand Prairie at the gopher bowl, the Rivercrest Rebels defeated De León 28-19. They will play the number three ranked San Saba Armadillos this Friday night in Mansfield at 7:30.

The Honey Grove Warriors season is over as they fell to Crawford 35-18 on Friday night. The Detroit Eagles season also ended Friday with a 53-0 loss to N0. 2 ranked Mart.

Friday Night Playoff Football Results

Cross Holder scored three times to lead Paul Pewitt to a 55-24 Area round win over Harmony. In other games:

Daingerfield 36 Blue Ridge 7

Gilmer 56 Fairfield 35

Winnsboro 28 Madison 20

Rivercrest 28 De Leon 19

Crawford 35 Honey Grove 18

Mart 53 Detroit 0

This week’s Playoff schedule

Daingerfield vs. Newton-7:00 pm Friday at SF Austin (KLAKE 97.7)

Paul Pewitt vs. Bells-6:00 pm Friday at Sulphur Springs (STAR Country 96.9)

Gilmer vs. Waco Connally-7:00 pm Friday at Allen High School

Rivercrest vs. San Saba-7:30 pm Friday at Vernon Newsom Stadium

Winnsboro vs. Gladewater-2:00 pm Friday at Mt Pleasant

The Texas A&M University-Commerce football team used excellent all-around play to earn a hard-fought 23-16 win over second-seeded Tarleton State University in the regional quarterfinal round of the NCAA Division II Football Championship at TSU’s Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Lions move to 10-2 overall on the season and advance to the regional semifinal round for the fourth consecutive year with the win. Tarleton’s final season in Division II ends at 11-1, as the Lions snapped Tarleton’s 13-game home winning streak. A&M-Commerce moves on to take on Colorado School of Mines, who is the third seed in Super Region Four.

The Dallas Cowboys fall to 6-5 on the season after a 13-9 loss in New England Sunday. Dallas’ number one ranked offense was held out of the end zone for the first time all season. The Cowboys have a quick turnaround as they welcome the 8-3 Buffalo Bills AT&T Stadium on Thursday afternoon.

In Sunday Night football the 49ers beat the Packers 37-8.

The NFL fined Pittsburgh Steelers’ quarterback Mason Rudolph $50,000, more than an entire game check, for his role in last week’s fight with Cleveland Browns’ defensive end Myles Garrett. Rudolph, in the second year of his rookie deal, has a base salary of $658,267, which means his weekly check is $38,721.59.

The Dallas Mavericks have won their fifth in a row after knocking off the Houston Rockets 136-123. Luka Doncic scored 41 points while Tim Hardaway Jr. added a season-high 31 for Dallas, who will host the Clippers on Tuesday night.

The Dallas Stars continued their hot streak defeating Chicago in Overtime Saturday night. They will host Vegas tonight at 7:30.

The new AP College Football Poll is out and there are some changes, but not at the top. LSU is No. 1, Ohio State No. 2, Clemson is 3rd, Georgia is 4th, Alabama is 5th, Utah is No. 6, Oklahoma moves up to 7th, Florida is 8th, Minnesota is 9th, Michigan is at No. 10 and Baylor is at No. 11.