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District 29-6A and 29-5A: Playoffs All Set


District 29-6A

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Eagle Pass used a second-half comeback to get a leg up on the District 29-6A title in a 18-13 victory over Southwest on Thursday night.  Dee Andre Torres rushed for 40 yards on the final possession and scored the game-winning touchdown from the quarterback spot from 1-yard out. Sean Ruiz and Martin Torres combined for 154 rushing yards in a losing effort, while Anthony Sanchez rushed for a touchdown. Quarterback Damien Lopez threw for a touchdown in the loss for the Dragons.

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Sophomore Eduardo Huerta completed 21 of 35 passes for 276 yards and two touchdowns as Laredo United down Del Rio 40-14 on Thursday night and are playoff bound. Isaac Velazquez rushed for 123 yards on 10 carries to pace the Longhorns. Chris Fine recorded 114 receiving yards and a touchdown, while Jacob Morales hauled in a pair of touchdown grabs and covered 104 yards on four catches. Highlights from KGNS-TV out of Laredo.

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Laredo Alexander will be heading to the 6A-Division II playoffs along with Eagle Pass after outlasting Laredo United South 29-21. Highlights from KGNS-TV out of Laredo.

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South San was able to hold off a late rally by Laredo LBJ to pick up its first district win of the campaign in a 35-28 victory.  Raul Agostothrew for two touchdowns and rushed for two more. The Bobcats had a 28-0 halftime lead before LBJ scored 28 unanswered points. Agosto would win the game with 7:29 left on a 15-yard touchdown scamper. Alberto Garcia rushed for four touchdowns in a losing effort for the winless Wolves.

District 29-5A

Southside, Floresville, Uvalde, and C.C. Winn are all playoff bound with the District 29-5A title being decided in Week 11 when Southside travels to Eschenburg Field to take on Floresville on Friday night. Both teams enter the title-decider with a 4-0 record in the district.

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Saith Williams rushed for two touchdowns and Kane Numera, part of Floresville’s two-headed monster of the backfield on a team that was won four straight games, as the Tigers set up its massive district title decider in Week 11 against Southside.

Williams are Numera are a pair of juniors for Floresville, who feature plenty of youth on the roster that is gelling at the right time. Numera leads the team with 700 rushing yards, while Williams has 698 yards and 10 touchdowns for the Tigers. Sophomore Darian Mayberry completed 14 of 25 passes for 161 yards and a touchdown.

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‘Fast’ Eddie Perez had another huge game for Southside in a 55-21victory over Harlandale in Week 10.

Perez rushed for 304 yards and five touchdowns on 22 carries in the victory, becoming the first running back in Region IV to surpass 2,000 yards for the season. Perez has three games this season of at least 300 yards, while also picking up a 400-yard effort in a

Alejandro Escamilla completed all three of his passing attempts and threw for two touchdowns to pace the Cardinals offense. Michael Hernandez had all three catches covering 102 yards.

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Domingo Davila completed 20 of 29 passes for 217 yards and two touchdowns as Uvalde forced McCollum to wait at least another week for its first win of the season until Week 11 with a 28-16 victory. Davila added two rushing touchdowns for the Coyotes, who are playoff bound and appear to be heading into 5A-Division II for the postseason.

Sotero Martinez had six catches and a touchdown grab, whileD’Andre Carroll snagged a 25-yard touchdown pass with 1:32 left in the first quarter to give Uvalde a 14-0 lead.

For McCollum, Jonathan Handy had a huge game rumbling for 166 yards on 28 carries and a touchdown. Handy’s 82-yard run in the third quarter would close the gap to 20-16 before Uvalde would add a fourth-quarter touchdown and two-point try behind freshman quarterback Ryan Ramirez.

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