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Thursday Night High School Football Preview

Thursday night high school football action: 7-0 Amarillo High looks to stay perfect against 4-4 Lubbock Monterey. 3-4 Pampa will try to pull an upset on the road against 6-2 Lubbock Estacado. And 5-1 Follet will be at home tonight against 2-4 Fort Elliott.

WT Sports Update

The West Texas A&M men's soccer team got their revenge on Texas A&M International as they beat them on the road last night 1-0. Freshman Brandon Bautista scored the lone goal for the Buffaloes in the contest. The Buffaloes improve to 8-5-1 overall on the season. The Buffaloes next game will be at home on October 30th at 7:00 pm as they face up against Midwestern State.

The West Texas A&M Buffaloes football team is preparing for their final home game of the regular season as they will take on Texas A&M - Kingsville. The Buffaloes go into the contest with a 4-3 overall record with a 3-2 conference record and are currently tied for second place in the conference. The Buffaloes lost their last game Saturday against Texas A&M - Commerce 48-21. Game time is Saturday at 3:00 pm in Canyon.

UIL Making Changes

UIL is changing several of their athletics rules. Beginning in the 2015 football playoffs, the higher seeds in the Class 6A playoffs will have home-field advantage in the first round. Class 2A will increase the amount of teams making the playoffs from 3 to 4 for all conference 2A varsity team sports. And Class 1A will have their own playoffs with Class 1A and Class 2A playing each other in district play, but divide the two into separate playoff brackets.

Amarillo Bulls Preview

The Amarillo Bulls are getting set for their two home games this weekend against the Corpus Christi Ice Rays. The Bulls head into the contest with a 3-6-2 record on the season and are currently last in the South Division. The Bulls and Ice Rays will play on Friday and Saturday at 7:00 pm in Amarillo.

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