GARLAND ¬– Sachse was planning a road trip south for its next playoff game. However, as it turns out, they won’t have very far to travel. It turns out their Div. I Class 6A, Region II area-round playoff will take place 1 p.m. Saturday at Allen Stadium, and they can thank the Rockwall Yellowjackets for that, as it was they who downed The Woodlands this past Saturday 23-7 in a bi-district playoff.
SACHSE — Head coach Mark Behrens was surprised as anyone regarding his team’s first-round opponent. For weeks, he and others anticipated that Skyline, which Sachse beat in Class 6A bi-district action last year, would again be the Mustangs’ foe when 2017 playoff action kicks off this Friday. However, fate intervened with a series of wins and losses, and now Sachse will face Lake Highlands 7:30 p.m. Friday at Williams Stadium in Region II, bi-district action. The Wildcats are the No. 2 Div.
They belonged to the Wylie and Wylie East football programs, each of which went down to defeat — the former 44-28 at home to Allen and the latter 42-7 at Highland Park — in their respective regular-season finales. Neither team will make the postseason, a first for either school in a while, as the Pirates finished 2-5 in District 6-6A an 3-7 overall, while the Raiders were 1-6 in District 15-5A and 2-8 overall. Each also lost to the champion of their respective districts.
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