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KATY — After rolling to victories in their first two games of the season, the wheels came off early Friday night for the Brazoswood Buccaneers.

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WEST COLUMBIA — The Columbia Roughnecks never trailed in their season opener against Victoria East, but that didn’t mean they didn’t have a fight on their hands from start to finish.

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BAY CITY — A soggy second half didn’t go well for the Sweeny Bulldogs as they opened the 2021 season Friday night with a 19-9 loss to Bay City.

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STAFFORD — Jose Hernandez came up clutch for the Angleton Wildcats, kicking a short field goal with seven seconds remaining to give his team a 34-32 victory over Stafford in the season opener for both teams.

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SEALY — It was a tough road trip for the Brazosport Exporters to start the season Friday as they fell to the Sealy Tigers, 43-14, at J.T. Mills Stadium.

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An icon of a man to many who knew him, former Freeport Lanier Wildcat head football coach Cottrell McGowan died recently while living in Nacogdoches.

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Angleton defense huddle up on the sidelines to review plays during the first quarter as they host the visiting Terry at Wildcat Stadium on Wednesday.

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The ball slips between Jordan Pickett's fingers as he receives a pass from (7) during the game against Terry at Wildcat Stadium on Wednesday. Pickett caught the ball before it hit the ground.

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Angleton JROTC await to take the field for the playing of the National Anthem at the football game against Bellaire Episcopal at Wildcat Stadium on Friday.

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Columbia knew it had to be tougher against Wharton than they were in the opening week, and responded by handing the Tigers a beatdown Friday night.

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Columbia running back Trinity Ward runs past Wharton's Ma'Kalen Cash on Friday night at Eddie Joseph Stadium in Wharton.

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The Sweeny cheerleaders form the letter “S” with their pom poms as they perform to the school’s fight alma mater Thursday at the start of Thursday’s game against Grand Oaks in Shenandoah.

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Trayvon Brooks leads the charge as the Sweeny Bulldogs make their way onto the field to take on the Grand Oaks Currahee on Thursday at Woodforest Stadium in Shenandoah.

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WEST COLUMBIA — Fourth-year head coach Brent Mascheck is looking for this team's tough mentality to take the Columbia Roughnecks into the state playoffs for the first time since 2016.

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The Columbia Roughnecks prepare to take the field at Victoria East on Aug. 31 to open the 2018 season in Victoria.

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Columbia's Dancin Dolls perform during halftime of the Columbia and Wharton football game on Sept. 7 at Griggs Field.

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The Columbia Roughneck cheerleaders prepare to run onto Bulldog Stadium as the Roughnecks played at Sweeny in the annual rivalry of the Battle of the Bernard.

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Columbia Roughneck students use their cell phones during the Battle of the Bernard rivalry at Bulldog Stadium on Sept. 14.

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Columbia twirlers perform along with the Roughneck band at halftime of the Sept. 21 encounter between Columbia and La Marque at Griggs Field.

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Columbia cheerleaders prepare to start cheering before the Roughnecks take on Bay City at Blackcat Stadium last Friday.

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Brazosport running back Ameer King breaks a tackle Friday night against Porter at Hopper Field.

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Mathematical formulas weren’t necessary for the Columbia Roughnecks to earn a playoff spot as they controlled their District 12-4A Division I showdown with Sealy from start to finish and earned a 31-13 victory Friday night.

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DANBURY — The Danbury Panthers had a whale of a time trying to slow down Lyndon Hardin on Friday night. The Brazos junior running back racked up 295 rushing yards and five touchdowns, leading the Cougars to a 54-27 win at Humber Field.

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Playing a state-ranked team to start the district season would seem to be a daunting task, but the Sweeny Bulldogs were undaunted Friday night.

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Columbia came close to erasing a 21-point, third-quarter deficit, but Bay City put up 13 unanswered points to squelch the rally and hand the Roughnecks a 41-22 loss Friday night.

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Mistakes were a killer again for the Columbia Roughnecks for the second straight week as they fell to state-ranked Stafford 48-7 in a District 12-4A Division I game Friday night.

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Behind a strong running game and solid defense, Angleton took care of visiting Terry, 56-30, in the District 27-5A opener for both teams Friday night at Wildcat Stadium.

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In a thriller at Humber Field, the Danbury Panthers pulled out an 18-13 victory over Anahuac to up their record to 2-0 for the season.

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Jordan Johnson of Sweeny tackles Elery Alexander Jr. of Van Vleck during the third quarter Friday night at Bulldog Stadium in Sweeny.

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Jackson Millar of Brazoswood runs the ball downfield while scrimmaging against Junior Varsity during practice Tuesday at Slade Field in Clute.

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FREEPORT — Sophomore running back Billy Foster willed his way into the end zone with 53 seconds remaining as Angleton stunned Texas City in a bidistrict donnybrook, 21-14 at Hopper Field.

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ALVIN — Coming off a heartbreaking three-point loss to district rival Pearland last week, the Manvel Mavericks were ready to take out their frustrations on another team. The Channelview Falcons were that team.

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ANGLETON — In a game where defense became an ugly word, the Brazosport Christian Eagles saw a semblance of one before their rally fell short Friday night in a 79-78 loss to visiting Bellville Christian Academy in a nondistrict, six-man shootout.

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HITCHCOCK — The Hitchcock Bulldogs carried their video-game-like performance from Week 1 of the season over to Week 2, as they thrashed the Danbury Panthers 60-8 to improve to 2-0 on the season.

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WEST COLUMBIA — The Columbia Roughnecks are known for their relentless running attack. On Friday, they showed they could air it out when needed, as well.