MESQUITE — How about a shout-out to the Aubrey Chaparrals defense? The Chaparrals' defense came up with three big stops, the biggest coming with just over five minutes left in the game, and Aubrey is headed to the second round of the Class 4A Division II playoffs following a 35-24 bi-district playoff victory against Canton Friday night at Hanby Stadium in Mesquite.
ARGYLE — The Liberty Christian Warriors losing to Fort Worth Nolan Catholic Friday night may end up being a blessing in the long run. Despite an ineffective offense in the first half, the Warriors rallied to take a short-lived lead in the second half before Nolan Catholic was able to score 10 straight fourth quarter points, the last three coming after an untimely Liberty Christian fumble, resulting in an 18-14 TAPPS District 1-1 victory for the Vikings.
MELISSA — With a District 5-4A championship on the line and playing on the road, Aubrey knew it had make the most of every opportunity Friday night against Melissa. Instead, the Chaparrals squandered two scoring opportunities in the first half and could not contain the quick-strike Melissa offense as the Cardinals clinched at least a share of the district title with a 43-17 victory.
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Selecting a term
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