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    • And then there was one . . .  And then there was one. One Texas commit remains in the hunt for a state championship crown – Cuero’s Jordan Whittington. QB commit for 2020 Hudson Card and his Lake Travis team were eliminated by Galena Park North Shore. In other state final games of interest . . . .  Texas 2020 prospect Landon Jackson (DE, Pleasant Grove) will be in action when the defending state champs take on #5 Cuero and Jordan Whittington. Game time Friday is 11 am. Class 3A Div 2 #1 Newton had a mild scare last week with East Bernard coming within 7 points of Newton. This week, the pride of the Panhandle, #4 Canadian is the only thing left standing between the Eagles and a state title. Expect Canadian to give Newton a good game. Grandview vs Malakoff may be the most underrated state final this week. They face off Thursday night at 7 p.m. #3 Liberty Hill takes on #4 La Vega, a match up that has been anticipated for weeks. Could be one of the most exciting class 4A finals ever. Class 5A #1 Aledo has mowed down competition all season. This week, however, Fort Bend Marshall might present a more evenly matched game.  History and tradition meet up against the modern and new when Highland Park takes on #6 Shadow Creek, a school that only recently began varsity football. CAN #4 Longview break the curse? No state title in Longview since 1937. They’ll have to make it through an upstart West Brook squad to get it done. Next to Lufkin and Rockwall, this will be Longview’s toughest test to date. In what may be a game for the ages, #5 Duncanville will take on #2 Galena Park North Shore in the Saturday night cap at AT&T. There will be so much D1 talent on the field at the same time, it will be a better game than many of the bowl games set to be played. SHA’s PICKS GP North Shore over Duncanville
      Longview over West Brook
      Highland Park over Shadow Creek
      FB Marshall over Aledo
      La Vega over Liberty Hill
      Cuero over Pleasant Grove
      Malakoff over Grandview
      Newton over Canadian
      New Deal over Mason
      Mart over Gruver STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
      Class 4A, Div 2   JORDAN WHITTINGTON, WR, CUERO – Cuero defeated Silsbee 29-24. Whittington caught five passes for 60 yards. He was also 2 out of 2 passing for 90 yards and had 34 yards rushing. On defense, Whittington had an INT, then had an INT on a 2-pt conversion that he returned for a score.
      #5 Cuero vs #8 Pleasant Grove, Friday, 11 am, AT&T Stadium, Arlington   2019 TEXAS COMMITS
      

SEASON IS OVER
 DEGABRIEL FLOYD, LB, Westlake Village (CA)
      CHRIS ADIMORA, DB, Lakewood Mayfair (CA)
      PETER MPAGI, DE, George Ranch
      MARQUES CALDWELL, DB, Alvin
      DAVID GBENDA, LB, Katy Cinco Ranch
      TYLER JOHNSON, OL, Conroe Oak Ridge
      MARCUS TILLMAN JR., LB, Orlando (FL) Jones 
      JAVONNE SHEPHERD, OL, Houston North Forest 
      CALEB JOHNSON, LB, Fullerton College JARED WILEY, TE, Temple 
      TYLER OWENS, S, Plano East 
      DARRIAN BROWN, RB, Buford (GA)
      KENYATTA WATSON, CB, Grayson (GA)
      KENNEDY LEWIS, WR, Melissa 
      ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches-Groves
      MYRON WARREN, DL, Many (LA) 
      JAKE SMITH, WR, Notre Dame Prep
      (2020) LOGAN PARR, OL, Helotes O’Connor
      T’VONDRE SWEAT, DE, Huntsville
      HUDSON CARD, QB, LAKE TRAVIS – Lost to Galena Park North Shore 51-10. Card was 13 out of 33 passing for 160 yards with 1 touchdown and 1 INT. He also fumbled once.
      BOWL CHAMPIONS!

      JACOBY JONES, DL, Butler CC
      STATE CHAMPIONS!
      
BRAYDEN LIEBROCK, TE, Chandler (AZ)
      MARCUS WASHINGTON, WR, St Louis Trinity Catholic (MO)     UIL Football State Championships At AT&T Stadium, Arlington Wednesday, Dec. 19 11 a.m.    Class 1A Division II final -- Follett (12-2) vs. Strawn (12-2) 2 p.m.    Class 1A Division I final -- McLean (14-0) vs. Milford (12-1) 7 p.m.    Class 2A Division II final -- Gruver (14-1) vs. Mart (14-1) Thursday, Dec. 20 11 a.m.    Class 2A Division I final -- Mason (15-0) vs. New Deal (15-0) 3 p.m.    Class 3A Division II final -- Canadian (14-1) vs. Newton (14-0) 7 p.m.    Class 3A Division I final -- Malakoff (12-2) vs Grandview (13-2) Friday, Dec. 21   11 a.m.    Class 4A Division II final -- Texarkana Pleasant Grove (13-2) vs. Cuero (14-1) 3 p.m.    Class 4A Division I final -- Waco La Vega (13-2) vs. Liberty Hill (13-1) 7 p.m.    Class 5A Division II final -- Aledo (15-0) vs. Fort Bend Marshall (15-0) Saturday, Dec. 22 11 a.m.    Class 5A Division I final -- Dallas Highland Park (15-0) vs. Alvin Shadow Creek (15-0) 3 p.m.    Class 6A Division II final -- Longview (15-0) vs. Beaumont West Brook (13-2) 7 p.m.    Class 6A Division I final -- Duncanville (14-0) vs. Galena Park North Shore (15-0)
    • Lol Hamm and that looney mawmaw lady.
    • Ags calling their shot.  Sheppard flip
    • Typically, this is the time when they'd get some meaningful playing time (in the bowl game). So I hope they can recover fast enough to play in the Sugar. That said, even if they do, they will not have practiced through the whole period so there would be some rust to kick off.  
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