Sweetwater and Blackwell have both announced this week's dates, times and locations for their second-round football playoff games. In Class 4A, Division II, Sweetwater (9-2) faces Vernon (5-6) at 7 p.m. Friday in Breckenridge. The Mustangs advanced past Perryton 60-14 in bi-district while Vernon won 42-28 over Glen Rose. The winner plays either Graham or Monahans, who will be playing at 7 p.m. Friday at Sweetwater's Mustang Bowl.
The number of Nolan County playoff teams is now two as Blackwell won, but Roscoe and Highland both lost. On Thursday, Blackwell — the District 7-1A, D-II champion — won a 61-14 decision vs. Guthrie but Roscoe, the No. 3 team in District 4-2A, D-II, lost 39-32 against Farwell. On Friday, Highland, the runnerup to Blackwell in District 7-1A, D-II, lost to Jayton 54-30 in its bi-district game.
CHILDRESS — For the fourth year in a row, Sweetwater has a bi-district title after Thursday’s 60-14 win over Perryton. That’s just the first step, however, for a team that hopes to make it back to the Class 4A, D-II title game in five weeks. Next up will be Glen Rose or Vernon — who meet today — in Round 2. Sweetwater and Perryton were tied 7-7 early in the first quarter as the Rangers evened the score on a touchdown run from Will Cator.
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