Houston 4A, Small School Ranks

TPI ranks the 4A and small schools in Greater Houston area. In 4A Angleton and Port Neches-Grove remain the only uinbeatens on the block. In small school ranks, District 25-3A powers Sealy, La Grange, Giddings are on a collision course for a district championship. And La Grange has the homefield advantage in both contests.

4A Greater Houston Rankings for Oct. 19, 2009:
1. Angleton (7-0) beat Brazosport 35-14
2. Port Neches-Grove (7-0) beat Vidor 35-13
3. Brenham (6-1) beat Willis 40-9
4. Beaumont Central (6-1) beat Nederland 35-14
5. Yates (6-1) bye
6. Santa Fe (6-1) lost to Manvel 7-3
7. Friendswood (4-3) beat No. 10 Dawson 21-6
8. El Campo (6-1) beat Terry 28-6
9. Dayton (5-2) beat Barbers Hill 24-21
10. Dawson (5-2) lost to No. 7 Friendswood 6-21

On the verge: Montgomery (5-2), Crosby (5-2), Lamar Consolidated (3-3), Vidor (5-2), Terry (4-2)


Small School Greater Houston Rankings for Oct. 19, 2009:
1. Sealy (7-0) beat Columbus 41-6
2. Newton (7-0) beat San Augustine 42-6
3. La Grange (7-0) beat Smithville 45-42
4. Giddings (6-1) beat No. 7 Bellville 21-7
5. Navasota (6-1) beat Rockdale 41-13
6. West Orange-Stark (5-2) beat Hamshire-Fannett 62-0
7. Bellville (4-3) lost to No. 3 Giddings 7-21
8. Rice Consolidated (6-1) beat No. 9 Weimar 21-13
9. Weimar (7-1) lost to No. 8 Rice Cons. 13-21
10. Sweeny (5-2) beat Columbia 14-8

On the verge: East Chambers (6-2), Stafford (5-2)


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