Most of District 6-2A Division II was idle on Friday, with district play opening next week. Roscoe’s tough win over Junction was the lone game played, with the rest of the league enjoying a bye.
Here’s a quick look at the approaching district matchups:
Abilene TLCA (1-4) — The Eagles have dropped three straight games since a Sept. 2 win over Munday.
They will open with Hamlin (4-1) in district play on the road next week.
Albany (5-0) — The Lions ran their non-district table, with wins over toughies such as Lubbock Trinity Christian (3-1), Seymour (5-1), Hawley (3-2) and Comanche (3-2).
The Lions now settle in for district play with an opener at home against Miles (4-1) on Friday.
Cross Plain (2-3) — The Buffaloes snapped a three-game losing skid with a win over Smyer on Sept. 22 before heading into their bye week.
They’ll have a tough matchup with Roscoe (4-1) open league play next week.
Hamlin (4-1) — The Pied Pipers have chalked up four straight wins since falling to Stamford in Week 1.
They’ll open league play with Abilene TLCA (1-4) next Friday.
Miles (4-1) — No team in the district has scored more points than Miles, which will take a 53.2-point scoring average into its league opener at Albany.
AHS will represent far and away the toughest challenge it has faced at this point.
Roscoe 20, Junction 14 — The Plowboys held on for a tough win over the visiting Eagles.
For a complete report on this game, please read Dan Youngblood’s game story.