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Where’s Tony? Week 3

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Thursday, 9/12, 7:00pm at Houston ISD’s Delmar Stadium
Morton Ranch Mavericks (1-1) vs. Houston Westside Wolves (2-0)

Morton Ranch won this matchup 21-14 last year.

Morton Ranch opened the season with a 20-14 victory over Cypress Lakes and then lost to Cypress Ridge last week 0-14.


Houston Westside opened the season with a 34-6 victory over Houston Madison and followed with a 30-16 victory over Houston Austin.

Morton Ranch looks to compete for a playoff spot in 19-6A this year. Morton last made the playoffs in 2016.

Houston Westside looks to compete for a playoff spot in 18-6A this year. Westside has made the playoffs the last eight consecutive seasons.

Ron Counter has a 9-12 record over the last two years as the head coach of the Mavericks.

Jomaul Mason has a 19-24 record over the last four seasons as the head coach of the Wolves.

Calpreps likes Morton Ranch by a score of 31-14.

Massey Ratings likes Morton Ranch by a score of 34-14.


Friday, 9/13, 7:30pm at Needville’s Blue Jay Stadium
Calallen Wildcats (2-0) vs. Needville Blue Jays (2-0)

Calallen won this matchup 61-41 last year.

Calallen opened the season with a 28-20 victory over San Benito and followed up with a 24-10 win over Flour Bluff.

Needville opened the season with a 51-7 victory over Houston Sam Houston and followed up with a 35-34 win over St. Thomas.

Caallen is Dave Campbells’ #3 team in 5AD2 and is the favorite to win 15-5AD2. Calallen holds the state record for consecutive playoff appearances having made the playoffs each of the last 34 consecutive seasons.

Needville looks to compete with Sealy and Columbia for the 13-4AD1 district title. Needville made the playoffs last year after a two-year absence.

Phil Danaher is the all-time winningest coach is Texas high school football history with a 460-111-4 record.

Mike Giles is in sixth season with Needville and has posted a 30-25 record.

Calpreps likes Calallen by a score of 46-24.

Massey Ratings likes Calallen by a score of 42-20.

This will be my first game to cover in Blue Jay Stadium.


Saturday, 9/14, 6:00pm at Houston ISD’s Delmar Stadium
Brenham Cubs (1-1) vs. Houston Heights Bulldogs (0-2)

Brenham won this matchup 13-12 last year.

Brenham opened the season with a 13-38 loss to Magnolia West before beating Waller 38-13 last week.

Westside started the season with a 7-35 loss to Dekaney and then lost to New Caney 20-47 last week.

Brenham looks to compete for the district title in 13-5AD2 this year. Brenham has made the playoffs the last 15 consecutive seasons.

Houston Heights looks to compete for a playoff spot in 18-6A this year. Heights has made the playoffs the last eight consecutive seasons.

Elliott Allen is in his second season as coach of the Cubs and has a 9-6 record.

Stephen Dixon has compiled a 60-59 record in 11 seasons as the head coach of the Bulldogs.

Calpreps likes Brenham by a score of 24-21.

Massey Ratings likes Brenham by a score of 28-24.

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