Cy Ridge vs. Langham Creek
This game has track meet potential written all over it. Both sides have the athletes to run up high scores, and can score quickly. While the Rams have secured a spot in the postseason, the Lobos are in a position where a win would seriously help their cause to move past 10 games.
But (as stated in the Cy Falls/Cy Woods post), Langham Creek is quite a bit over matched in this one. Look for Russell Shepard and crew to get fined tuned, as the Rams get ready for another shot at a long playoff run.
Cy Ridge by 14
Cy Woods vs. Cy Falls
Though this is a situation that involves numbers and head-to-head battles, but one could say that this is a must-win for Cy Falls. The Eagles are sitting at 3-3 along with others teams on the cuff. Of course, this match up for Cy Falls will be against the high-powered Cy Woods team that only lost to the two teams that has clichéd playoff spots. This will be a nice match up where fans will get to see two of the best quarterbacks in Greater Houston with Lucas Devilliers (Cy Woods) and Kolby Gray (Cy Falls).
But this game is not so much about the offensive side, but the defense. And this is where the Wildcats have the clear advantage. Cy Falls has not been too effective on the defensive side of the ball and a team like Cy Woods will exploit that. This game may turn into a shootout, but Cy Woods will make more stops.
Cy Woods by 10
Cy Creek vs. Cy Springs
Here lies another scenario much like the one above with Creek in line for the championship and securing a playoff spot while Springs looks to get out of a possible tie-breaking situation. Unfortunately, this Creek team is hot and though the Cougars have a spot (and a likely title), they don't sleep on anyone. So look for another strong performance from the Cougars as they look to make a little noise in the Region III playoff battle.
Cy Creek by 21
Cy Fair vs. Jersey Village
Whoa, this is the pride game of the week. Both teams are winless on the year, which means that one of them has to come out on top. Obviously neither team has had a stretch of success for the 2008 season, but I think that the edge in this game is in favor of Cy Fair.
The Bobcats average nearly 300 yards of offense a game and Tevin Champagne leads the way with over 700 yards on the ground.
Cy Fair by 7
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