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Gallery: Texas 7on7 State Division I – Part 2 – Pools I – P

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Capturing pictures of 128 teams in a very limited amount of time is a real challenge. In order to make it happen, we have to limit the amount of time we spend on each field. Due to this, the amount of pictures per team will inevitably be uneven.

Regardless, we hope you enough these pictures from Division I (Pools I-P) of Texas 7on7 State.

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Pool I – Harker Heights vs. DeSoto – Photos by Tony Blalock



Pool I – Bridgeland vs. Harlingen – Photos by Tony Blalock



Pool J – Cy Falls vs. Midland Lee – Photos by Tony Blalock



Pool J – Byron Nelson vs. Austin Anderson – Photos by Tony Blalock



Pool K – Dickinson vs. Temple – Photos by Tony Blalock



Pool K – San Antonio Warren vs. Wylie East – Photos by Tony Blalock



Pool L – Lone Star vs. United South – Photos by Tony Blalock



Pool L – Port Neches-Groves vs. Foster – Photos by Tony Blalock



Pool M – El Paso Americas vs. Marcus – Photos by Antony Blalock



Pool M – Houston Lamar vs. Tyler – Photos by Antony Blalock



Pool N – Cinco Ranch vs. El Paso Eastland – Photos by Antony Blalock



Pool N – Lake Travis vs. J.J. Pearce – Photos by Antony Blalock



Pool O – A&M Consolidated vs. Klein Cain – Photos by Antony Blalock



Pool O – Denton Guyer vs. Midland Christian – Photos by Antony Blalock



Pool P – Cy-Fair vs. Harlingen South – Photos by Antony Blalock



Pool P – Westlake vs. Denton Braswell – Photos by Antony Blalock


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