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WALLER — Needing to play well in order to keep up with Cedar Park, things just didn’t go Angleton’s way in the Class 5A D-I Region III area round against the Timberwolves.

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NEW CANEY — Chapel Hill had the perfect blueprint for stopping a hot Brazosport offense — pressuring the quarterback.

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Columbia quarterback Tate Thrasher throws a pass during a game against Little Cypress-Mauriceville on Friday night at Ray Maddry Stadium in Channelview.

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The Sweeny Bulldogs became the first team to lead the Bellville Brahmas this season, but they could not hold it.

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EL MATON — Danbury looked flat-footed at the start and wound up being flattened Friday night, 49-8, by host Tidehaven in a showdown for the No. 3 seed in District 14-3A D-II.

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Danbury racked up more than 300 yards of offense, and quarterback Copper Lynch accounted for four touchdowns en route to the Panthers' 33-6 victory against Brazos.

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Six Sealy scorers helped amass the most points scored in a game in nearly six years en route to the Tigers’ 65-33 win Friday night over the Sweeny Bulldogs at T.J. Mills Stadium in District 12-4A D-II action.

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STAFFORD — Coming into the game averaging close to 340 yards on the ground, the Columbia Roughnecks hit a suffocating Stafford Spartan defense that shut down just about every hole possible to secure a 20-17 District 12-4A D-I victory.

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Brazoswood had its chances, but Clear Brook was always a step ahead. The Buccaneers never led in Friday’s District 24-6A matchup with the Wolverines, but they were agonizingly close to claiming the lead. However, two fourth-quarter touchdowns by Brook allowed the Wolverines to walk out of Hopper Field with a 36-27 victory.

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With a tough three game stretch ahead for the Columbia Roughnecks they weren’t looking to far ahead of Bay City taking care of business at Griggs Field on Friday night, 55-27.

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EL CAMPO — The El Campo Ricebirds had a tough time slowing the Brazosport Exporters, but two late stops were all they needed to pick up the 69-47 win at Ricebird Stadium Friday night.

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Manvel had to stew over its loss to Fort Bend Hightower for two weeks; unfortunately for Angleton, the Wildcats were the team the Mavericks took their frustration out on.

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NEEDVILLE — The Columbia rushing attack was too much for Needville to overcome Friday night as the Roughecks took the district opener for both teams, 56-35.

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DANBURY — Unable to muster enough offense in the second half, the Danbury Panthers lost their District 14-3A D-II opener 21-18 to Van Vleck on Friday at Humber Field.

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SWEENY — What looked to be a homecoming rout at the hands of La Marque ended with all smiles for the Sweeny Bulldogs, who rallied for a 28-27 victory in the District 9-4A Division II opener for both teams.

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If keeping up with a potent Conroe Northside offense was tough enough, Brazosport Christian had the task of trying to limit it in the mud.

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At times it will take that special player to come up with a spectacular football play to decide a game. With the Angleton Wildcats playing Fort Bend Hightower at Ken Hall Stadium on Saturday night in a District 10-5A-DI matchup, that player was Hurricane wide receiver Kaleb Johnson.

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With the Yellowjackets looking for their first four-game win streak since 2004, the Pearland Oilers had different ideas Friday as they pounded the home team 56-14 at Alvin Memorial Stadium on Friday.

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BELLVILLE — In a battle between unbeaten teams, the Class 4A D-II sixth-ranked Bellville Brahma football team jumped out to a 21-0 first-quarter lead and rolled to a 56-6 win Friday night over the Columbia Roughnecks at Brahma Stadium.