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2015 4A Bi-District Playoff Schedules/Previews


Printable Bracket (via THSCA,com)


Region I

Fabens (2-8) vs. Levelland (5-4-1) Friday 6:00pm Panther Stadium, Fort Stockton

Snyder (5-5) vs. Mineral Wells (8-2) Friday 7:30pm Shotwell Stadium, Abilene

Lubbock Estacado (2-7) vs. Andrews (9-1) Friday 7:00pm Tiger Stadium, Snyder

You’d better be in for a long night when you’re playing Andrews. You can focus on stopping the pass, as Andrews averages nearly 400 yards passing a game less than 70 rushing, but it hasn’t stopped the Mustangs when they have five different receivers with 100+ yard games this year and have an average of nine different receivers gaining receptions a game.- Daniel Ormsby

Graham (5-5) vs. Brownwood (8-2) Friday 7:30pm Tiger Stadium, Glen Rose

Burkburnett (4-6) vs. Abilene Wylie (8-2) Thursday 7:30pm Newton Field, Graham

Borger (4-6) vs. Clint (6-4) Saturday 7:30pm Grande Communications Stadium, Midland

Stephenville (3-6) vs. Decatur (9-1) Friday 7:30pm Bearcat Stadium, Aledo

After making it to the state quarterfinals and beyond the last five years behind quarterbacks Tyler Jones (Texas State) and Jarrett Stidham (Baylor), the Yellow Jackets’ streak may be over as they draw a tough Decatur team. Aside from going 9-1 on the season, Decatur went unscathed through district play. Look for the Eagles to avenge last season’s loss on Friday night. – M. De Leon

Clint Mountain View (4-6) vs. Pampa (7-3) Friday 7:00pm Mustang Stadium, Denver City

Region II

Dallas Carter (3-7) vs. Kennedale (10-0) Friday 7:30pm Longhorn Stadium, Cedar Hill

Princeton (7-3) vs. Athens (7-3) Friday 7:30pm Hanby Stadium, Mesquite

Lake Worth (4-6) vs. Argyle (9-1) Thursday 7:00pm Birdville FAAC, North Richland Hills

Crandall (6-4) vs. Pittsburg (9-1) Friday 7:30pm Eagle Stadium, Lindale

Van (6-4) vs. Texarkana Liberty-Eylau (9-1) Thursday 7:00pm Pirate Stadium, Longview

Springtown (5-5) vs. Sanger (9-1) Thursday 7:00pm Indian Stadium, Sanger

Paris (6-4) vs. Kaufman (9-1) Friday 7:30pm Ford Stadium, Greenville

Wilmer-Hutchins (4-6) vs. Alvarado (8-2) Friday 7:30pm Midlothian ISD Stadium, Midlothian

Region III

Huffman-Hargrave (6-4) vs. Kilgore (7-3) Thursday 7:30pm Martin Stadium, Lufkin

Houston Wheatley (5-5) vs. El Campo (7-3) Thursday 7:30pm Butler Stadium, Houston

Tyler Chapel Hill (3-7) vs. Silsbee (8-2) Friday 7:30pm Martin Stadium, Lufkin

Needville (5-5) vs. Sealy (5-5) Thursday 7:00pm Traylor Stadium, Rosenberg

West Columbia (7-3) vs. Navasota (10-0) Friday 7:00pm Waller ISD Stadium, Waller

Brownsboro (5-5) vs. Jasper (6-4) Saturday 1:00pm Martin Stadium, Lufkin

Houston Sterling (5-5) vs. Stafford (10-0) Friday 7:30pm Spartan Stadium, Stafford

Sterling should have their hands full with Curtis Robinson at the helm for the Stafford Spartans offense. This one should get ugly fast. – John Diaz

Bridge City (7-3) vs. Carthage (7-3) Saturday 7:30pm Martin Stadium, Lufkin

Region IV

Canyon Lake (4-6) vs. Waco LaVega (10-0) Friday 7:30pm Georgetown ISD Athletic Complex, Georgetown

LaVega beats teams with speed on offense and defense.  Parrish Cobb and Brandon Benson must be contained for an opponent to win. – John Hillman

Rockport-Fulton (6-3) vs. Kingsville (6-4) Friday 7:30pm Pirate Stadium, Sinton

Burnet (6-4) vs. Liberty Hill (8-2) Friday 7:30pm Gupton Stadium, Cedar Park

Rio Grande City Grulla (4-5) vs. Gonzales (4-6) Friday 7:00pm Hornet Stadium, Corpus Christi

Grulla’s spread offense has sputtered a bit to end the season, but their new 4-2 defense is going to have their hands full with Gonzales running back Alyas Ramirez. – John Diaz

Zapata (6-4) vs. LaVernia (6-4) Friday 7:30pm Memorial Stadium, Alice

La Vernia is getting hot at the right time. They ran through district undefeated and hung six touchdowns on Robstown in the first half of last weekend’s game. On the other hand, Zapata has lost three straight, including a shutout to the King High Brahmas. – John Diaz

Gatesville (4-6) vs. Taylor (4-6) Friday 7:30pm Tiger Stadium, Belton

Beeville Jones (4-6) vs. LaFeria (7-2) Friday 7:30pm Shirley Field, Laredo

Boerne (7-2) vs. China Spring (9-1) Friday 7:30pm Connally Stadium, Austin

The Cougars have proved they can beat the best.  With its long playoff history, China Spring is a team to watch. – John Hillman


Region I

Pecos (5-5) vs. Iowa Park (6-4) Thursday 7:00pm Tiger Stadium, Snyder

Krum (4-6) vs. Godley (4-6) Saturday 7:00pm Ranger Stadium, Fort Worth

Dalhart (5-4) vs. Sweetwater (10-0) Thursday 7:00pm Lowrey Field, Lubbock

Ferris (3-7) vs. Aubrey (6-4) Friday 7:30pm Birdville FAAC, North Richland Hills

Venus (3-7) vs. Celina (10-0) Friday 7:30pm Memorial Stadium, Frisco

Bushland (4-6) vs. Monahans (6-4) Thursday 7:00pm Lobo Stadium, Levelland

Monahans is a run first, pass later team. Unless it’s third and long or they are trailing by double digits, then Monahans will try to run any way possible. The key is to stop Mario Nunez and Maurillo Marquez, who typically combine to rush for more than 200 yards a game. Nunez is a dual-threat quarterback who typically passes for around 175 yards a game, but he utilizes seven different receivers in the process.- Daniel Ormsby

Anna (2-8) vs. Dallas Madison (8-2) Friday 7:30pm Wylie ISD Stadium, Wylie

Perryton (5-5) vs. Midland Greenwood (6-4) Friday 7:00pm Douglas Stadium, Muleshoe

Region II

Texarkana Pleasant Grove (6-4) vs. Gilmer (10-0) Friday 7:30pm Parker Field, Mount Pleasant

Mexia (6-4) vs. Shepherd (8-2) Thursday 7:00pm Greene Stadium, Bryan

Mexia struggled throughout the regular season, but the Blackcats blazing speed always creates havoc. – John Hillman

Emory Rains (6-4) vs. Center (8-2) Friday 7:30pm Pirate Stadium, Longview

Diboll (6-4) vs. Fairfield (7-3) Friday 7:30pm Panther Stadium, Bullard

Fairfield running back Charles Oliver heads to Texas A&M when the Eagles playoff run ends.  Few teams have the defensive front to stop him. – John Hilman

Cleveland Tarkington (4-6) vs. Lorena (7-3) Thursday 7:00pm Cougar Stadium, College Stadium

The Leopards appear to be a team of destiny.  After squeaking past most district opponents, Lorena blew out Fairfield to capture the crown. – John Hillman

Canton (5-5) vs. Gladewater (5-5) Thursday 7:00pm Bobcat Stadium, Hallsville

Groesbeck (5-5) vs. Coldspring (6-4) Thursday 7:30pm Mustang Stadium, Madisonville

Atlanta (6-4) vs. Bullard (7-3) Saturday 2:00pm Bobcat Stadium, Hallsville

Region III

Houston Scarborough (1-9) vs. West Orange-Stark (9-1) Thursday 7:00pm Stallworth Stadium, Baytown

West Orange-Stark puts up points in bunches. Quarterback Jack Dallas and his offense put up 48 points or more on five occasions this year. Meanwhile, Steven Tims leads the “Chain Gang” defense that only lost one game all year – to 5A Richmond Foster. – John Diaz

LaGrange (7-3) vs. Wharton (7-3) Friday 7:30pm Memorial Stadium, Victoria

Liberty (4-6) vs. LaMarque (8-2) Thursday 7:00pm Maddry Stadium, Channelview

Columbus (5-5) vs. Caldwell (6-4) Friday 7:30pm Buffalo Stadium, Giddings

Sweeny (2-8) vs. Giddings (10-0) Friday 7:30pm Ricebird Stadium, El Campo

Orangefield (5-5) vs. Houston Worthing (7-3) Thursday 7:30pm Eagle Stadium, Mont Belvieu

Salado (1-9) vs. Bellville (8-2) Friday 7:30pm Tigerland Stadium, College Station

Houston Kashmere (3-7) vs. Hamshire-Fannett (7-3) Friday 7:30pm Maddry Stadium, Channelview

Region IV

Poteet (4-6) vs. Geronimo Navarro (9-0) Thursday 7:30pm South San Stadium, San Antonio

Not only has Navarro beat everyone they’ve played this year, but they’ve beaten them handily. I expect that trend to continue against an overmatched Poteet team. – M. De Leon

Yoakum (5-5) vs. Rio Hondo (7-2) Thursday 7:00pm Buccaneer Stadium, Corpus Christi

Lytle (3-7-1) vs. Devine (9-1) Friday 7:30pm Warhorse Stadium, Devine

Port Isabel (6-3) vs. Cuero (5-5) Friday 7:30pm Cabaniss Stadium, Corpus Christi

Raymondville (4-5) vs. Sinton (9-0) Friday 7:30pm Javelina Stadium, Kingsville

Although the Raymondville offense is starting to play like it did to start the year, the 7th ranked Pirates are going to be too much for them to overcome. Just like their matchup in October, I don’t see this one being close. Pirates advance. -Jeff Cerda

Llano (3-7) vs. Crystal City (8-2) Friday 7:30pm Bulldog Stadium, Bandera

Ingleside (2-8) vs. Orange Grove (9-0) Saturday 7:30pm Wildcat Stadium, Corpus Christi

Pearsall (8-2) vs. Wimberley (3-7) Friday 7:30pm Edgewood Veterans Stadium, San Antonio

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