The Kemp Yellowjackets head into the Thanksgiving weekend playing football as the lone Henderson County area team remaining in the playoffs.The Yellowjackets (10-1) face off against the Mt. Vernon Tigers (11-0) in a Class 3A, Division I area round contest.The game is being played Friday at E.H. Hanby Stadium in Mesquite. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. with Mt. Vernon picked as three-point favorites. “We are excited about the opportunity to play this week,” Kemp coach Brandon Hankins said.
The battle between the No. 2-ranked Trinity Valley Lady Cardinals and Blinn Lady Buccaneers is always a showdown of two quality programs.In the Region XIV conference opener, the Lady Cardinals left Cardinal Gym with a 64-59 victory to begin a five-game homestand at Cardinal Gym.“At the end of the day, a win is a win,” Lady Cardinals coach Gerald Ewing said. “The last three or four wins have not been pretty, but they have been wins.
The Kemp Yellowjackets have reached the area round of the playoffs following a 45-21 victory over the Pottsboro Cardinals Thursday in Forney.“It is a playoff game and that is a good program over there,” Kemp coach Brandon Hankins said. “They have been around for the last 10 years, and beaten a lot of good teams in Mineola in the state semis. We knew that we were going to have our work cut out for us.”The rematch happened at City Bank Stadium on the campus of Forney High School.
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