Nixon received one vote for the fourth straight week and dropped from a tie for No. 17 to sole possession of No. 19 in Region IV-5A in the Week 10 THSCA Coaches Regional Football Polls released Monday. The Mustangs (7-2, 6-1 District 31-5A) beat Valley View 16-6 Thursday for their third straight victory.
United maintained control of its destiny with a commanding 40-14 victory over Del Rio on homecoming night Thursday at the SAC, but the Longhorns also suffered a big loss with star running back Isaac Velazquez suffering an injury in the third quarter. Picking up their fifth straight win against Del Rio means the Longhorns (5-4, 4-2 District 29-6A) can lock up an eighth straight playoff berth next Friday with a win over rival Alexander.
Highway 59 will be filled with pink and horses Saturday as Brush Country Trail Riders Inc. holds its 12th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Trail Ride. "We are very excited to host our ride," Brush Country Trail Riders Inc. president Fernandina Garcia said. "It has gotten bigger and bigger every year. It’s going to be a wonderful day with temperatures in the 80s. We always get a really big crowd. The families and children come out to see the riders.
United South is on the board with a 51-yard run by Benavides setting up a 4-yard score from Hernandez. Memorial leads 34-6 with less than a minute remaining in the 3rd quarter. An onside kick after didn't work.
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