Week 6 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.WHERE HFB.com WILL BE…
Coldspring vs. Shepherd; Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm – Coldspring
Prospects: Coldspring – Alec Dunham Shepherd – Jonathan Marshall, Royce See
South Grand Prairie (4-2; 2-0) vs. Grand Prairie (3-3; 0-2); Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm – Gopher-Warrior Bowl – Grand Prairie
South Grand Prairie comes into the game riding a two game win streak which includes last week’s 31-16 win over Duncanville. Meanwhile, after a 3-0 start, Grand Prairie comes into the game on a three game losing streak. They lost big to Mansfield last week; 49-13.
Dallas Bryan Adams (2-3; 1-1) vs. Dallas Hillcrest (4-1; 0-1); Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm –Forester Field - Dallas
Bryan Adams is coming off a big district win from last week when they shutout Conrad 45-0. Broadnax only played one half in the win but scored his first rushing touchdown of the season. Hillcrest is coming off a tough 19-15 loss to Carrollton Creekview.
Coldspring – Oakhurst (3-2) vs. Shepherd (3-2); Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm - Shepherd
It’s the district opener for both teams as two commits battle each other; Dunham from Coldspring and Jonathan Marshall from Shepherd. Coldspring is coming off a bye last week while Shepherd lost to a good Crockett team; 39-28.
Sam Houston (4-2; 1-2) vs. Arlington (3-3; 2-1); Thursday, October 9th, 7:30pm – Cravens Field
The two teams played on Thursday night with Sam Houston getting the upset over the Colts; 21-20. The Texans passing game was limited, throwing for only 23 yards. Flowers caught 2 passes for 15 yards in the win. .
New Boston (4-1) vs. Mt. Vernon (0-5); Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm – Mt. Vernon
It’s the district opener for both teams. Both teams are also coming off bye weeks. New Boston has hit its stride, winning four consecutive games. Mt. Vernon has had a tough 2014 season, averaging just 10 points per game on offense.
Yoakum (4-2) vs. Cuero (5-1); Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm – Yoakum
Yoakum hopes to bounce back from a tough loss last week to LaGrange, but the road doesn’t get any easier as they open district play against rival Cuero. The Gobblers have won two consecutive games including last week’s 55-24 win over Giddings. They are led by D’Anthony Hopkins.
Spring Westfield (4-1; 2-0) vs. Klein Collins (5-0; 2-0); Friday, October 10th, 7:00pm – Klein Memorial Stadium
The winner of this game could go on to claim the district 15-6A title. Westfield has rolled to four consecutive wins after dropping their season opener. They’ve won on the ground, averaging 232 rushing yards per game. Collins will counter with a stout defense that hasn’t surrendered a touchdown in their last two games.
Arlington Bowie (3-2; 1-1) vs. North Crowley (3-2; 1-1), Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm – North Crowley
Bowie hopes to bounce back from a disappointing 41-38 loss to Arlington Lamar last week. They’ll have to improve the defense; they gave up 402 rushing yards last week and 21 points in the fourth quarter. Crowley has shown signs of improvement this season, but is coming off a tough 31-28 loss to Arlington last week.
Mansfield (4-2; 1-1) at Desoto (5-0; 1-0); Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm – Desoto
Mansfield is coming off a big 49-13 win last week, but the road gets much, much tougher this week as they face national power Desoto. Lewis will be tested by the high-flying Eagle offense; an offense that has scored over 50 points in four of their five games.
Round Rock (4-1; 2-0) vs. Leander Rouse (2-3; 1-1); Friday, October 10th, 7:00pm – Dragons Stadium
Round Rock has won four consecutive games and sitting pretty with a 2-0 record. Strong defense has helped the Dragon reel off their four wins. Rouse is coming off a big 49-3 win over Round Rock Westwood last week and is led by do-everything athlete Billy McCrary.
Arlington Bowie (3-2; 1-1) vs. North Crowley (3-2; 1-1); Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm – North Crowley
Bowie has to bounce back this week after surrendering 601 total yards in their 41-38 loss to Lamar last week. Small, from his safety position, had a big game with 14 tackles and a fumble return in the loss. North Crowley is coming off a 31-28 loss to Arlington last week.
FW All Saints (4-2; 4-0 SPC) vs. FW Trinity Valley (3-3; 1-3 SPC); Friday, October 10th, 7:00pm – All Saints
The two rivals meet at All Saints on Friday with both teams headed different directions. All Saints has won four consecutive games and has not lost an SPC game in three years. Oakridge has lost two consecutive games including last week’s 38-24 loss to St. Mark’s.
Mesquite Horn (4-1; 2-0) vs. Highland Park(5-0; 2-0); Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm – Hanby Stadium - Mesquite
Horn has won two consecutive games, including last week’s huge 62-12 win over Richardson. The Jaguars face perhaps their biggest battle of the season on Friday however as undefeated Highland Park visits. It will be a battle of the Jaguars high-flying offense against a stout Scot defense that has shutout three opponents this season.
South Oak Cliff (2-3; 1-0) vs. Dallas Samuell (4-2; 2-0); Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm – Kincaide Stadium - Dallas
South Oak Cliff, which is coming off a bye, has won two consecutive games including their 71-0 win over Molina in their last game. Thomas has destroyed opposing secondary’s all season, averaging over 100 yards per game. Samuell is coming off a 38-6 win over Molina and is undefeated in district play.
Ft. Worth Southwest (1-5; 1-1) - BYE
Southwest has a bye this week.
Shepherd (3-2; 0-0) vs.Coldspring (3-2; 0-0); Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm – Coldspring
Both teams enter district play on Friday. Shepherd is coming off a 39-28 loss to Crockett while Coldspring had a bye last week. Marhsall has five sacks on the season.
Marble Falls(3-2; 1-1) vs. Georgetown (4-1; 1-1); Friday, October 10th, 7:30pm – GeorgetownBoth teams are coming off bye weeks. Wooten is having a monster year for the Mustangs, throwing for 1,774 yards and 13 touchdowns through five games. Georgetown is giving up 23 points per game on defense. NOTE: Mike Freeze is no longer at Graham and is at Weatherford. He is not playing football this season.