On Friday night, the Rivercrest Rebels knocked of Tom Bean 74-30. The 74 points are the most ever in a game by the Rebels. They also racked up a record 663 total yards on offense. Rivercrest plays De León this Friday at 7:30 at the Grand Prairie Gopher Bowl.
In other Bi-District action, the Honey Grove Warriors defeated Trenton 56-12. The Warriors scored touchdowns on all seven possessions and had 490 total yards in the game. Honey Grove plays Crawford this Friday night at 8:00 pm on Mix 107-7 in Forney.
The Detroit Eagles are moving on to the Area round after knocking off Tioga 66-42. Detroit will play Mart this Friday at 7:00 pm at E.H. Hanby Stadium in Mesquite.
The Paris Wildcats season is over after losing to Alvarado 35-28.
The Prairiland Lady Patriots fell in the regional semifinals of the volleyball tournament Friday night. Van Alstyne won the match in four sets.
Texas A&M Commerce will host the Lone Star Conference volleyball tournament this weekend. Four quarterfinal matchups will be played on Thursday starting at noon. The semifinals will be on Friday with the finals happening Saturday afternoon.
For the fifth consecutive season, Texas A&M University-Commerce is headed to the NCAA Division II Playoffs. The Lions have officially received an NCAA Division II Playoff bid and will head to Tarleton for a rematch of the regular-season matchup. This is the second consecutive year these two schools will meet in the playoffs.
The Dallas Cowboys took care of business in Detroit yesterday as they won 35-27. Dak Prescott has a phenomenal game as he finished 29 of 46 with 444 yards and 3 TDs. Dallas travels to New England this Sunday to face the 9-1 Patriots.
Friday night Playoff Football Results
Gladewater 32 Hughes Springs 0
Daingerfield 18 Anderson Shiro 0
Alvarado 35 Paris 28
Honey Grove 56 Trenton 12
Paul Pewitt 41 Corrigan-Camden 21
Winnsboro 47 Hooks 28
Bells 36 Winona 32
Sabine 20 Mt Vernon 14
This week’s playoff schedule
Daingerfield vs Blue Ridge—Friday 7:30 pm at Sulphur Springs
Paul Pewitt vs Harmony—Friday 7:30 pm at Lobo Stadium
Winnsboro vs Madison—Friday 7:30 pm at Greenville
Honey Grove vs Crawford—Friday 8:00 pm at Forney
The Houston Texans were demolished by Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens, 41-7. Jackson became the first Ravens player to have multiple four-TD games. Houston will play the Colts Thursday night.
Alabama’s quarterback Tua Tagovailoa will miss the remainder of this season after suffering a dislocated right hip with a posterior wall fracture Saturday in the 38-7 win over Mississippi State. Medical officials are continuing to evaluate his injury. Tagovailoa was injured with three minutes remaining before halftime when he was brought down by two Bulldogs defenders while rolling to his left on a third-down play. He also suffered a bloody nose.
In the AP College Football Poll not too much changed. LSU is No. 1, Ohio State is No. 2, Clemson is 3rd, Georgia moves past Alabama to 4th, the Tide is 5th, Oregon is at No. 6, Utah No. 7, Oklahoma is 8th, Penn State 9th and Florida is No. 10. Baylor Drops to 13th, SMU is 21st and Texas A&M is 24th. The Aggies play Georgia Saturday in Athens, GA at 2:30 pm. The CFP ranking will be released on Tuesday night.
Kyle Busch emerged from the Joe Gibbs Racing juggernaut as NASCAR’s latest champion, winning his second Cup title Sunday after two teammates were slowed by pit-road gaffes. Busch won the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway to snap a 21-race losing streak and beat Gibbs teammates Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr., as well as rival Kevin Harvick, for the Cup. Busch won the 2015 title and joins seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson as the only active drivers with multiple titles.