WACO — The Tigers saved their best for last, positioning themselves topull off an upset of powerhouse Temple on Friday night at Waco ISD Stadium.They just couldn’t get back the lead. Playing their best game of the season, the Tigers fell to the Wildcats,35-17, in a Region III-5A Division I bi-district playoff game.How could you possibly play your best game of the season in an 18-pointloss, you might ask?
ATHENS — The Mildred Eagles poured all of the emotion they could into a frantic comeback bid Thursday night against the Buffalo Bison. The Eagles blocked a punt for a touchdown. Recovered an onside kick. Finally came up with a few big plays an offense. They had Buffalo semi-reeling. And then the magic stopped. The end result was a 35-19 loss for the Eagles in a Division II-Class 3A bi-district playoff game before 3,000 fans at Bruce Field. Mildred trailed by 21 and then 22 points in the first half.
NACOGDOCHES — Tigers quarterback Blake Hoffman brings an emotional edge and a will to win that is unrivaled in District 17-5A.Oh, and he’s a really, really good football player, too. Spectacular, as a matter of fact.Hoffman’s many talents were on full display Friday night deep in the Piney Woods as he and the Tigers rallied from a 16-point, first-quarter deficit to beat Nacogdoches, 50-36, at Dragon Stadium. Hoffman rushed for 249 yards on 16 carries and scored three touchdowns.
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Selecting a term
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