Cy Falls vs. Cy Creek
There's a buzz going on right now about these Creek boys and each week they continue to dominate. On defense, the Cougars are flying around and on offense they can get it done by air or ground. This week the Cy Creek will face another tough quarterback with Kolby Gray in the shotgun. Look for Gray to have a good amount of yards. But I don't think his efforts will offset the Austin Pugliese/Jermichael Selders attack.
This may stay close, but not too close.
Cy Creek by 14
Cy Woods vs. Cy Fair
Let's just cut to the chase, Cy Woods just has too many offensive weapons for the Bobcat defense to handle. Had this game been six weeks ago, I probably would not say that. It is pretty shocking to see that Cy Fair is winless for the 2008 season. Who would have ever thought? But anyways, the Wildcats, led by quarterback Lucas DeVilliers, will more than likely put up at least 35 point in this game.
Also look for guys like Brad Korndorffer and Christopher Walker to have a good showing. Cy Woods rolls.
Cy Woods by 17
Cy Ridge vs. Jersey Village
Like the above listing, the Cy Ridge football team has an arsenal of offensive players and they are likely to all go off. Whether it is Russell Shepard, Hasan Lipscomb, or Kevin Johnson, look for the Rams to turn this into a track meet. And while Jersey Village is still fighting to find that first win, it more than likely won't come this week.
Cy Ridge by 21
Langham Creek vs. Cy Springs
Many say that Langham Creek id the dark horse of the district. Okay, that is in a later discussion, but one thing is for sure that the Lobos' air attack is one of the best in the city. Quarterback Will Bryant is slinging the rock with authority and has guys like Mitchell Juergens and Brent Reece on the receiving end. But the Lobo defense will face off against Hunter Arter and Darrell Lea.
Could turn into a shoot, which I think it will become. But in the end, the Lobos have more points.
Langham Creek 10
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