HS football teams to wrap up regular season

by admin on November 2, 2015

in Tyler Businesses

It’s crazy to think that only one week remains in high school football’s regular season. That means 10 weeks have gone by and teams around the Lone Star State will play their last games. Some teams will play for a higher playoff spot. Others will play to get into the playoffs while the fate of other teams has already been decided, whether they’ve already clinched the highest spot possible or won’t be playing at all in the postseason.

Teams around East Texas are looking to finish the regular season strong and going into the playoffs on a high note before taking a shot at the state championship.

Robert E. Lee is the largest school in East Texas and is currently the only 6A in the area. The Red Raiders are currently 4-5 on the season and 3-3 in their district. They are coming off a 65-35 loss to Rockwall and will host Naaman Forest Thursday night at Trinity Mother Francis Rose Stadium at 7 p.m.

Meanwhile, the John Tyler Lions are 6-3 overall, and have a perfect district record of 6-0. They are coming off a 57-21 win over Jacksonville and are set to travel to Nacogdoches Friday night to cap off the season against Nacogdoches at 7:30 p.m.

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