Rockdale held off Yoakum 31-21 Friday night to advance to the 3A Division I state championship. The Tigers led 28-7 at the half and saw the Bulldogs pull with 28-21 in the fourth quarter on a 38-yard touchdown run by Texas A&M commit Jordan Moore. However Rockdale answered with a long drive, culminated by a 24-yard Luis Iruegas field goal to put the Tigers up by ten with 3:22 to play. Rockdale will face Brock for the 3A Division I championship Thursday at 3 p.m. at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
The Centerville Tigers are one of five area teams still alive in the high school football playoffs. Kyle Hardee's crew is a win away from reaching the state semifinals for the second year in a row and third time in the past four seasons. The Tigers have been building tradition on the gridiron over the past decade. Of the 20 playoff wins in school history, 15 of them have come during the Tigers current seven year postseason streak.
Two-time defending state champion West Orange-Stark held off Madisonville 28-26 to advance in the 4A Division II Region III playoffs. Madisonville scored on a 47-yard Ben Phillips to Kendall Moffett touchdown pass with 4:35 to play to pull within 28-26, but Cornelius Merchant was stopped on a two-point attempt. The Mustangs had one last chance when they forced a punt and got the ball at their own five with 46 seconds to play, but Phillips was picked off by Blake Robinson and WO-S held on to win.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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