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All games played in Cowboy Stadium.
Class 1A Division I:
Stamford Bulldogs defeats the Mart Panthers 35 – 28
with a 9 yrd run with only 32 seconds
left on the clock on Thursday, December 20, 2012.
Class 1A Division II:
Munday Moguls defeats the Tenaha Tigers 42-14
after being tied 14 – 14 at half time in Thursday's
second game of the day.
Class 2A Division II:
East Bernard Brahmas defeats the Mildred Corsicana Eagles 56 – 14
in the Thursday late game. East Bernard jumped out to to 35-0
lead and never looked back.
Class 2A Division 1:
Cameron Yoe Yoeman defeats the Dangerfield Tigers 38 – 20
as Cameron Yoe took advantage of turnovers to gain a
28-0 lead and it was never close on Friday noon game.
Class 3A Division II:
Navasota Rattlers defeats the Gilmer Buckeyes 39 – 3
on Friday, dominating the game from the get-go, playing without
their 1000 yard rusher #8 Xavier Creeks, who broke his leg in a automobile
accident on the day before the game. Navasota played like a team on a mission
as they have all season long.
Class 4A Division II:
Cedar Park Timberwovles defeats the Lancaster Tigers 17 – 7
on Friday night in a game that was very tight contest, that saw a
touchdown that gave the Timberwolves a little breathing room
with just minutes left in the game to ensure a victory.
Saturday Games will be updated when all title have been won.
Six-Man State Championships
DI: Throckmorton 72, Abbott 30
DII: Richland Springs 60, Follett 14
Class 1A Division II-
Tenaha vs. Munday
Cowboys Stadium, Thursday, Dec 20th, 12:00 p.m.
Tenaha 41, Falls City 14
Munday 48, Wellington 6
Class A DII Football fans are in for a treat as Tenaha and Munday return to the state championship for a very interesting rematch. Tenaha beat Munday 52-28 in last year’s state championship game, but thing could be different this time around. Tenaha was undefeated going into the 2011 championship game, while Munday dropped three games fighting its way to the title game last season. This year the tables have turned with Munday all but destroying every opponent in their path, while Tenaha dropped four games to 1A teams prior to entering the playoffs.
Class 1A Division I-
Stamford vs. Mart
Cowboys Stadium, Thursday, Dec 20th, 4:00 p.m.
Stamford 41, Italy 8
Mart 42, Shiner 7
Talk about an exciting match-up between two traditional small-school powerhouse football programs. Mart and Stamford have a combined 8 state championships between the two programs, but Stamford has struggled to win the title since they were stripped of their championship win in 1959. After Stamford’s decade of championship wins and appearances, the Bulldogs didn’t make it back to state until 2011. Stamford lost to Mason 62-40 at Cowboys Stadium, but has returned for another chance to bring home the state championship trophy. The problem for Stamford is that they face the Mart Panthers who are known for having one of the best small-school football programs in state. Mart’s last state championship win was a 28-7 victory over Goldthwaite in 2010. The Mart Panthers have put up over 200 points in their four playoff games this season, and if they win this game they’ll bring home their 6th state championship trophy.
Class 2A Division II-
Corsicana Mildred vs. East Bernard
Cowboys Stadium, Thursday, Dec 20th, 8:00 p.m.
Corsicana Mildred 28, Sonora 14
East Bernard 52, Elysian Fields 8
Since moving up from Class 1A to 2A, Corsicana Mildred has established itself as a force to be reckoned with at the Division II level. The Eagles struggled during their first couple of seasons in 2A, but since 2006 they have compiled an overall record of 61-20. Last year Mildred went undefeated during the regular season, but lost to Cisco 35-28. The Eagles only loss this season was a 70-22 blowout t the hands of the Centerville Tigers, but since then Mildred has run the table to earn the school’s first ever appearance in a state championship football game. However, East Bernard will be a very stout opponent for the Eagles due to the fact that they blowout returning state champ and No. 1 ranked Refugio 54-23, and then blew out a very good Elysian Fields team by a score of 52-8.
Class 2A Division I -
Cameron Yoe vs. Daingerfield
Cowboys Stadium, Friday, Dec 21st, 12:00 p.m.
Cameron Yoe 39, Newton 22
Daingerfield 29, Wall 22
This is game is another big time match-up between two powerhouse football programs, and will probably be the best small-school title game of the year. Daingerfield has accumulated six state championships throughout their football history, and their last was a 33-27 victory over Cameron Yoe in 2010. The Yoemen have made the trip to the title game more than once, but their last and only state championship was earned in 1981 at the 3A level. Daingerfield’s journey to the championship game has not been as dominant as prior Tiger football teams, but they are there and that is all that counts. Cameron Yoe holds an undefeated 14-0 record, and I’m sure Rick Rhoades and his Yoemen will want to avenge their 2010 loss to the Tigers.
Class 3A Division II -
Navasota vs. Gilmer
Cowboys Stadium, Friday, Dec 21st, 4:00 p.m.
Navasota 24, Bellville 7
Gilmer 50, Graham 7
The Navasota Rattlers have had their best football seasons ever, and are returning to the state championship for only the second time in school history. In 1988 the Rattlers made it to the 3A state championship, but lost to Southlake Carroll. Navasota has established a reputation for fielding strong football teams since then, but this season the Rattlers bite has been to much for every team that has stood in their way. The Rattlers are 15-0, and their closest game this season was a 31-20 win over La Marque in the Regional round of the playoffs. The Rattlers will face the Gilmer Buckeyes who are returning to the championship game for the first time since 2007 when they lost to Liberty Hill 38-13. Gilmer has also established a reputation for fielding some of the best football teams and athletes in the state, and Buckeyes Head Coach Jeff Taylor hopes to be able to bring home his second state title since taking over the program.
Class 3A Division I State Championship
Stephenville wins its 5th state championship, and first ever 3A state title.
Stephenville 70, El Campo 35
Class 4A Division II -
Cedar Park vs. Lancaster
Cowboys Stadium, Friday, Dec 21st, 8:00 p.m.
Cedar Park 40 Manor 14
Lancaster 26, WF Rider 19 (2OT)
Class 4A Division I -
Denton Guyer vs. Georgetown
Cowboys Stadium, Saturday, Dec 22nd, 12:00 p.m.
Georgetown 42, Leander Rouse 14
Denton Guyer 57, John Tyler 53
Class 5A Division II -Cedar Hill vs. Katy
Cowboys Stadium, Saturday, Dec 22nd, 4:00 p.m.
Cedar Hill 31, Austin Westlake 28
Katy 45, Cibolo Steele 33
Class 5A Division I -
Houston Lamar vs. Allen
Cowboys Stadium, Saturday, Dec 22nd, 8:00 p.m.
Houston Lamar 15, SA O’Connor 7
Allen 51, DeSoto 36
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