First & Goal Friday: November 3rd
HARLINGEN - The Hanna Eagles kept district championship hopes alive with a 32-6 win over Harlingen. It was the Cardinals' third straight loss, but more importantly, ended a playoff drought for the Eagles. Hanna qualifies for the playoffs with the win, and needs Harlingen's help in the form of a win in the week 11 Battle of the Arroyo to claim a share of the 32-6A title. San Benito routed Weslaco 64-14. A win in next week's rivalry game gives the Greyhounds the undisputed 32-6A championship.
In other games on Friday, La Joya upset Rowe 17-14. McAllen Memorial, without playing, clinched a share of the 30-6A championship. The Mustangs can win it outright in week 11 with a victory over Rowe. Sharyland knocked Mission Veterans from the ranks of the unbeaten with a 48-42 victory. The Rattlers, Patriots and Laredo Nixon are all 6-1, have knocked off each other in the round robin games, and with wins next week, will be tri-champs in 31-5A. Rio Hondo took over first place in 16-4A, Division 2 with a 55-41 thrashing of Orange Grove. The Bobcats can win the outright title next week at Progreso.
In other games on Friday:
McAllen - 32, Palmview - 29
Edinburg - 28, PSJA Southwest - 0
Edinburg North - 24, PSJA Memorial - 20
Weslaco East - 49, Harlingen South - 21
Pioneer - 20, Martin - 13
Roma - 21, Cigarroa - 17
Mercedes - 54, Porter - 0
Pace - 35, Donna - 31
Grulla - 24, Hidalgo - 9
Raymondville - 22, Port Isabel - 7
West Oso - 47, Progreso - 7
Santa Rosa - 34, Falfurrias - 7
Banquete - 49, Monte Alto - 28
La Villa - 34, Santa Maria - 20
CHANNEL 5's Joel Villanueva has the First & Goal scores and highlights.
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