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HS State Football Finals Results Plus Cowboys Take Down Tampa Bay



The Texas High School football season came to an end after six state champions were crowned on Friday and Saturday night. West Orange-Stark shuts down Sweetwater 24-6 in class 4A Division II. In 4A Division I, the Carthage Bulldogs are state champs for the fifth time in eight years, winning 31-17 against Wylie in 4A DI. In small 5A, Aledo beats Calallen 24-16. For the 5A Division I title, the Highland Park Scots win a defensive battle over Temple 16-7. The Desoto Eagles win their first ever state crown, beating Cibolo Steele 38-29 in 6A Division II and Lake Travis wins their sixth state title with a win over The Woodlands 41-13.

Last night the Dallas Cowboys get back on the winning track, 26-20 over Tampa Bay. The Cowboys fed Zeke Elliott for over 180 total yards and a touchdown as Dallas improves to 12-2 on the season. The defense came up with four sacks while Jeff Heath, Byron Jones and Orlando Scandrick intercepted Tampa Bay Quarterback, Jameis Winston. A win next week over Detroit will give the Cowboys a bye in the opening round of the playoffs and home field advantage throughout the post-season.

The Dallas Mavericks pick up a win over the Sacramento Kings 99-79. The Mavs had six players score in double figures, including 17 from Dorian Finney-Smith. Despite the win, the Mavs still have the leagues worst record at 7-20 on the season and will be back in action tonight in Denver. Tip off is at 8pm.

And college football bowl season has begun. San Deigo State dismantles Houston 34-10. Southern Miss. wins over Louisiana Lafayette 28-21. Arkansas State beats Central Florida 31-13. New Mexico defeats UT-SA 23-20 and Appalachian State wins over Toledo 31-28. This afternoon, Central Michigan will take on Tulsa at 1:30pm.