District 15-5A: Week 4 Predictions

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Cy Ridge vs. Cy Woods
With two dual-threat quarterbacks on each sideline, this could end up being a competitive game. Look for Cy Ridge's Russell Shepard and Cy Woods' Lucas Devilliers to wow the crowd with their abilities to make plays. After seeing Woods play early in the year there is no doubt this team has fight in them, but I think the Wildcats are slightly overmatched in this one. Too much team speed and the Rams' offense can score at will.

Cy Ridge by 14

Cy Falls vs. Jersey Village
While both of these teams sit with a 0-2 record, look for both to come out fired up. For Cy Falls, quarterback Kolby Gray has been getting it done by air and ground. For the Falcons, Jammell Alfred leads the team in yardage. Look for both players to have good showing, but I see an edge in favor of the Golden Eagles.

Cy Falls by 14

Cy Creek vs. Langham Creek
To date, the Lobos have yet to get a win. But, they have faced tough opponents. Langham Creek has one of the most prolific passing attacks in the city and are led by Will Bryant, who has already thrown for over 600 yards. For Creek, quarterback Austin Pugliese and running back Jermichael Selders lead the offense. Look for a fast-paced game where a lot of points are scored.

Langham Creek by 14

Cy Fair vs. Cy Springs
While Cy Fair seems to be going through a slow start, the Panthers are rolling right along. True, they only have one win on the season, but their offensive production is noteworthy. Running back Darrell Lea is getting it done rushing and receiving. Mix that with Hunter Arter making plays and more success is likely to come their way. The Bobcats, on the on the other hand, have struggled thus far and have only put up nine points in two games. 

Cy Springs by 10


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