Week 3 of the Texas high school football season is upon us and it's time to take a look at where TCU commits will be in action this week.
South Grand Prairie (1-2) vs. Abilene Cooper (0-3); Friday September 19th, 7:30pm – Cravens Fields - Arlington
South Grand Prairie is hoping to bounce back this week after a tough 47-27 loss to Arlington Martin. Austin continues to have a big year, averaging nearly 115 yards per game through three games. Cooper is struggling through the first three games of the season a lost last week to rival Abilene; 38-7.
Dallas Bryan Adams (1-2) - BYE
Bryan Adams has a bye this week.
Coldspring – Oakhurst (1-2) vs. Cleveland (1-2); Friday September 19th, 7:30pm – Coldspring
Coldspring fell to 1-2 on the season after a tough 35-14 loss to top-ranked Navasota last week. The schedule gets a little easier this week as Cleveland comes to town sporting an identical record. However, the Indians got their first win of the season last week over Liberty; 23-14 .
Sam Houston (3-0) - BYE
Sam Houston has a bye this week. They will begin district play next week.
New Boston (2-1) vs. Omaha Paul Pewitt (0-3); Friday, September 19th, 7:30pm – New Boston
New Boston comes into the game riding a two-game win streak. Last week they defeated Pittsburg 35-20. Paul Pewitt has struggled this season going 0-3 and managing on 8 points per game on offense. .
Yoakum (2-1) vs. Luling (1-2); Friday, September 19th, 7:30pm – Yoakum
Yoakum is hoping to bounce back from last week’s disappointing performance when they lost to East Bernard 27-7. Luling is coming off two consecutive losses and has been outscored in those two games by a combined score of 77-6. Hights should get his high flying numbers back in line this week.
Spring Westfield (2-1) - BYE
Westfield has a bye this week.
Arlington Bowie (1-1) vs. Colleyville Heritage (2-1), Friday September 19th, 7:30pm – Mustang-Panther Stadium - Grapevine
The Volunteers have had two weeks to prepare for the Panthers after a bye last week. James has averaged 325 passing yards per game through two games. Heritage has won two consecutive games and defeated Lake Highlands 40-16 last week.
Mansfield (2-1) at FW Eastern Hills (0-3); Thursday, September 18th, 7:30pm –Newsom Stadium - Mansfield
Mansfield and Eastern Hills faced each other on Thursday night with Mansfield prevailing 27-7. It was another strong performance from the Tigers that helped them get the victory over the Highlanders. Mansfield’s secondary limited Eastern Hills to just 86 yards through the air. Mansfield improved to 3-1 on the year.
Round Rock (2-1) vs. Round Rock Stony Point (2-1); Friday, September 19th, 7:30pm – Dragon Stadium – Round Rock
The two rivals from Round Rock are both hoping to get their third win of the season. Round Rock has won two consecutive games and played their best game of the year last week with a 26-0 win over Copperas Cove. Stony Point is also coming off a shutout victory as they blanked Belton 27-0 last week. Stony Point has shut out two opponents in three games.
Arlington Bowie (1-1) vs. Colleyville Heritage (2-1); Friday, September 19th, 7:30pm – Mustang-Panther Stadium - Grapevine
Bowie hopes to get their second win of the season after a bye last week while Heritage is looking to win their third consecutive game. Heritage is coming off a 40-16 win over Lake Highlands last week.
FW All Saints (1-2) vs. St. Mark’s (2-1); Friday, September 19th, 7:00pm – St. Mark’s
All Saints got their first win of the season last week as they beat Greenhill 51-6. St. Mark’s is 2-1 on the season after beating Ft. Worth Country Day last week 42-21.
Mesquite Horn (2-1) - BYE
Horn has a bye this week.
South Oak Cliff (0-3) vs. FW Wyatt (0-3); Friday, September 19th, 7:30pm – Kincaide Stadium - Dallas
South Oak Cliff has struggled this season but then again they’ve played perhaps the toughest non-district schedule in Texas. The Bears will find the competition to be much easier this week as they face 0-3 FW Wyatt. Wyatt is only averaging 11 points per game in their three losses. SOC receiver Thomas already has 352 receiving yards on the season.
Ft. Worth Southwest (0-3) vs. Ft. Worth Dunbar (2-1); Friday, September 19th, 7:30pm – Clark Stadium – Ft. Worth
Both teams come in with losses from last week. Southwest continues to struggle on defense, allowing nearly 500 yards per game to their opponents. They lost last week to Mansfield Legacy; 59-24. Dunbar started the season off 2-0 but was throttled last week by Kennedale by a score of 76-7. The Wildcats are paced by Kansas commit Taylor Martin and 2016 prospect Devonte Kinney, who holds a TCU offer.
Shepherd (3-0) vs. Huffman Hargrave (3-0); Friday, September 19th, 7:30pm – Shepherd
It’s a battle of unbeaten teams in Shepherd on Friday as both teams are aiming for their fourth win of the season. Shepherd is coming off a big 61-16 win over Splendora while Hargrave dismantled Wheatley 57-21. Marshall currently has two sacks on the season.
Marble Falls(2-1) vs. Cedar Park Vista Ridge (3-0); Friday, September 19th, 7:30pm – Cedar ParkMarble Falls is aiming for their third consecutive win as they travel to Cedar Park on Friday to face an undefeated Vista Ridge squad. The Mustangs are coming off a huge 40-7 win over Boerne last week while Vista Ridge beat Elgin 35-20 last week. Wooten is averaging 346 passing yards per game. NOTE: Mike Freeze is no longer at Graham and is at Weatherford. He is not playing football this season.