Thursday’s Houston high school football roundup

Thursday’s Houston high school football roundup

Klein Collins earned a share of the District 15-6A title with a 42-21 victory in opposition to Klein on Thursday night time at Memorial Stadium.

The Tigers (9-1, 5-1) will share the league crown with whichever workforce wins Friday’s recreation between Klein Cain and Tomball. Klein Cain can safe the No. 1 seed. 1 for the Class 6A Division I playoffs with one win. The Hurricanes outshot Klein Collins 25-21 and held the ball head-to-head.

Klein Collins has now received a minimum of a share of seven district championships in eight years.

Crosby 59, Goose Creek Memorial 13

Crosby is again within the playoffs after defeating Goose Creek Memorial 59-13 Thursday night time at Stallworth Stadium.

The Cougars (6-4, 5-3) entered the night time tied for fourth place with Porter (5-4, 4-3). Even if Porter beats Barbers Hill on Friday, Crosby owns the head-to-head tie.

Crosby can also be locked into the No. 1 seed. 4 of the District 8-5A Division I playoffs. Even if the Cougars end tied with Barbers Hill (6-3, 5-2) within the ultimate standings, the Eagles personal a head-to-head tie.

Crosby will play within the Division I playoffs for the primary time after advancing to the Division II state championship recreation and semifinals the earlier two seasons.

Stratford 49, Jersey Village 28

Stratford had already secured its playoff spot, however now the Spartans have some momentum after defeating Jersey Village 49-28 Thursday night time at Tully Stadium.

The Spartans (8-2, 5-2) would be the No. 1 seed. 2 for the Class 6A Division II playoffs from District 17-6A after falling to Memorial final week. Stratford superior to the second spherical final season earlier than going through Katy.

Westfield 74, Aldine 0

Westfield completed its District 14-6A sweep with a 74-0 victory in opposition to Aldine on Thursday at Planet Ford Stadium.

The No. 7 state-ranked Mustangs (9-1, 7-0) entered the week with the outright league title already underneath their belts. It marks his tenth district championship in 11 years.

Westfield would be the no. 1 for the Class 6A Division I playoffs.

Cinco Ranch 56, Seven Lakes 17

Cinco Ranch closed out the common season in dominant vogue with a 56-17 win over Seven Lakes on Thursday at Legacy Stadium.

The Cougars (7-3, 6-2) would be the high seed within the Class 6A Division I playoffs as county champion Katy goes on the Division II highway.

Cinco Ranch is making its second straight postseason look. The Cougars misplaced to Summer Creek within the third spherical final yr.

Pearland 59, Hastings 7

Playoff-bound Pearland received its third straight recreation by taking a 59-7 victory over Hastings on Thursday night time in a District 23-6A recreation at Pearland ISD Stadium.

The Oilers (6-4, 5-2) will host Dickinson in a Division I bi-district recreation subsequent week.

Hastings jumped out to a 7-0 lead two minutes into the primary quarter, however Pearland responded with two touchdowns to go up 14-7.

Jackson Hamilton related on a go to Evan Garcia for a 21-7 benefit.

Jaden Wincher returned an interception 26 yards for a 28-7 Oilers lead, and Pearland prolonged its result in 35-7 by halftime on a LaDamion McDowell landing run.

The Oilers added two touchdowns within the third quarter, the final on a 17-yard Christian Pitts TD reception from Hamilton.

Jackson Stagg added a 34-yard discipline purpose within the ultimate interval for Pearland.

Clear Falls 47, Clear Creek 9

Clear Falls dominated the ultimate three quarters to beat Clear Creek 47-9 Thursday at Veterans Memorial Stadium, successful the primary District 24-6A title in school historical past within the course of.

The Knights (8-2, 5-1) will host Dawson in a Division II playoff recreation subsequent week.

Clear Falls completed tied with Clear Springs atop the standings and can share the title, however the Knights have bragging rights after defeating the Chargers 21-14 on Sept. 30.

The Knights took a 6-0 lead at 5:05 of the primary quarter on a one-yard run by Cam Roberson, however Clear Creek (2-8, 1-5) went forward with 17 seconds left within the interval on Donovan Coffman’s run. 17-yard downhill run.

Clear Falls by no means trailed after taking a 13-7 lead on a 14-yard run by Payton Greer with 6:47 left within the second quarter.

The Knights opened a 20-7 cushion with 1:01 left within the first half on an 18-yard landing go from Landon Vessel to Dylan Proctor.

Clear Falls made it 26-7 when David Smith scored on a 2-yard run within the third quarter.

The Knights’ went up 40-9 on landing runs of 8 and 1 yard, respectively, by Marquis Tarver. Ace Rieman’s 6-yard run capped the scoring for Clear Falls.

Dickinson 45, Clear Brook 7

Dickinson constructed momentum heading into subsequent week’s playoffs with a 45-7 win over Clear Brook on Thursday at Challenger Columbia Stadium.

Dickinson (7-3, 4-2) would be the no. 2 for the Division II playoffs out of District 24-6A and can play at Pearland subsequent week.

The Gators bounced again after being upset by Clear Creek final week.

Dickinson led 10-0 after the primary quarter and led 24-7 at halftime. The Gators prolonged the result in 45-7 within the third quarter.

Cypress Christian 48, Bay Area Christian 0

Cypress Christian cruised to a 48-0 victory over Bay Area Christian Thursday night time at Bronco Field to seize the TAPPS District 2 Division III championship.

Bay Area Christian (8-1, 2-1) noticed its eight-game successful streak snapped.

Cypress Christian (6-4, 3-0) held a 14-0 lead after one quarter earlier than pulling away for the win. Both groups will go to the playoffs.

Brazoswood 52, Clear Lake 24

Brazoswood earned its first playoff berth in 11 years with a 52-24 victory in opposition to Clear Lake in a District 24-6A recreation Thursday at Hopper Field in Freeport.

The Buccaneers (7-3, 3-3) had been holding a 31-24 lead with six minutes left within the third quarter earlier than pulling away for the win.

Brazoswood will now meet undefeated District 23-6A champion Shadow Creek within the first spherical of the Division II playoffs.

Brazoswood opened up a 14-6 lead on Anthony Trevino’s layup with 5:46 left within the second quarter. Jayden Blackmon then returned an interception for an additional rating and a 21-6 lead simply 26 seconds later.

Elijah Harris helped pull Clear Lake (5-5, 2-4) inside 21-14 on an 8-yard run.

Kade Bengtson kicked a discipline purpose to increase Brazoswood’s result in 24-14. Walter Kilgore countered with a discipline purpose of his personal to tug the Falcons inside 24-17 on the half.

The Buccaneers constructed a 31-17 lead when Bengtson caught a landing go within the third quarter, solely to have the Falcons reply on the 5:52 mark to make it 31-24.

Two minutes later, Brazoswood discovered the tip zone once more for a 38-24 lead.

Trevino then tacked on two extra landing runs to make up the distinction.

Port Neches-Groves 42, Galena Park 0

Port Neches-Groves quarterback Cole Crippen accomplished 10-of-14 passes for 176 yards and two touchdowns, powering the Indians to a 42-0 victory over Galena Park in a District 9-5A Division II recreation Thursday at Galena Stadium Park ISD.

Sophomore receiver London Nunely had 4 receptions for 50 yards and two scores.

PNG (8-2, 6-1) will host a bi-district playoff recreation subsequent week in opposition to Montgomery.

Fulshear 58, Foster 26

Davion Godley had 4 touchdowns to steer Fulshear to a 58-26 victory over Foster in a District 10-5A Division 1 recreation Thursday night time at Traylor Stadium.

The win earns Fulshear (9-1, 7-1) a minimum of a share of the district championship, the primary in this system’s quick historical past.

Angleton can tie the Chargers with a win over Kempner and would take the No. 1 because of his 44-40 head-to-head win.

Fulshear opened a 16-7 lead with 5:18 left within the first quarter on Parker Williams’ 74-yard TD go to Jax Medica.

Godley caught a 62-yard go with 9:34 left within the second quarter, and the Chargers transformed their third straight 2-point try for a 24-14 lead.

Godley scored once more on a 4-yard run for a 30-14 lead with 1:09 to play earlier than halftime.

Fulshear prolonged the result in 38-14, its largest lead of the sport, till Foster minimize it to 38-20 on an Ashton Oijaku run. Godley scored his fourth landing, nevertheless, to make it 44-20 with 2:04 left within the third quarter.

Dylan Apponey hauled in a layup to tug Foster inside 44-26 with 11 minutes left, however a Patrick Broadway run for Fulshear made it 52-26.

Eisenhower 25, Spring 16

Eisenhower completed the no. 1 for the Class 6A Division II playoffs from District 14-6A with a 25-16 win in opposition to Spring on Thursday at George Stadium.

The Eagles (5-5, 5-2) entered the night time tied with Nimitz for fourth within the rankings. Even if Nimitz defeats Dekaney on Friday, Eisenhower owns the head-to-head tie over the Cougars. Westfield and Dekaney would be the Division I groups.

Spring (4-6, 3-4), in the meantime, will miss the playoffs for the primary time since 2013.

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