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In high school football action Thursday night, Farwell defeated Memphis 26-7. Breckridge got past Muleshoe easily 28-7. And Iowa Park beat Venus 52-14.
In high school football playoff action Friday night, Frenship got eliminated with a 55-34 lost to Abilene High. Amarillo High has seen their season end with a 56-35 lost to Arlington Martin. Lubbock Estacado lost to Stephenville in a shootout 69-60. Abilene Wylie blows out Levelland 75-21. Sweetwater beats Bridgeport 46-14. Celina blows out Monahans 43-15. Spearman remains unbeaten with a 62-28 win over Alpine. Idalou lost to Sonora 35-14. Canadian remains unbeaten with a 59-12 win over Windhorst. Stratford beats Ozona 32-24. Wellington beats Stanford 20-7. Quanah beats Booker 42-12. Crosbyton takes care of Sunray 62-34. Happy beats Grady in a shootout 76-50. Valley beats Borden County 66-64. Follett beats Whitharral 54-42. Groom blows out Southland 60-14.
Saturday in high school football action, Tascosa will have a tough battle with Odessa Permian. Palo Duro will play El Paso Dell Valle. Randall will have a home game against El Paso Andress. Gruver will play Seagraves.
In the first round of the NCAA volleyball playoffs, the West Texas A&M volleyball team beat Regis in five-sets. Lexi Davis led the way with 16 kills and six blocks and Jessica Johnson had 11 kills for the contest.. The Lady Buffs will play their Regional Semifinal game today.
West Texas A&M defensive back Torian Oakley was named LSC Defensive Back of the Year and WT linebacker Carter James was named LSC Freshman of the Year. Oakley finished the season with 43 tackles and two interceptions. James finished the season with leading the team in tackles with 125 tackles and three sacks. The Buffaloes ended the season at 6-5 and missed the NCAA Playoffs.
In the first of the three-game series, the Amarillo Bulls drop the first one to Lone Star 5-2. Brady Crabtree and Cody Gylling notched goals for the Bulls while Anton Martinsson took the loss in goal. The Bulls drop to 7-12-2 and 16 points on the season. They play Lone Star again tonight at 7:30 pm.