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November 05, 2020

CLASS 1A FRIDAY FLASHBACK

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WEEK 10: Due to numerous Covid-19 precautions put into play this season, many Class 1A six-man football playoff spots remain in play across the Heart of Texas

Going into the final week of the 2020 Texas high school football regular season, the Class 1A, Division I defending state champion Blum Bobcats will battled for the District 11-1, Division II title after a resounding 48-0 victory over Milford last week, while Covington Owls remained in control of their own postseason destiny with a 61-0 win over the Bynum Bulldogs.

As the Heart of Texas’s only undefeated team, the 14th-ranked Abbott Panthers kept their unblemished record with a 51-6 victory over the Aquilla Cougars last week after claiming the District 12-1A, DI crown.

In District 15-1A, DI action, the 11th-ranked Jonesboro Eagles wrapped up the district title with a resounding 62-15 victory over runner-up Lometa last week.

Covid-19 and the injury big helped to decided the playoff chase in District 12-1A, DII as the 16th-ranked Morgan Eagles posted a convincing 58-6 victory over the playoff-bound Walnut Springs Hornets in a showdown for the district title last week.

And in District 14-1A, DII play, the Oglesby Tigers secured a playoff berth with an overwhelming 82-32 victory over Buckholts to set up a district championship showdown with the Dime Box Longhorns this week.

Once again this season, THE SPORTS BUZZ provides award-winning coverage of the 2020 Texas high school football season, focusing on Class 3A, 2A and 1A schools in the 10-county Heart of Texas region — which includes Bosque, Comanche, Coryell, Erath, Hamilton, Hill, Hood, Johnson, McLennan and Somervell counties.

Within the Heart of Texas region, THE SPORTS BUZZ covers 21 Class 1A-Six-Man schools spread out across eight districts in two divisions. Be sure to check back every week for the Class 1A Friday Flashback and Gridiron Grades featuring district standings, scores and upcoming matchups for all 21 Class 1A teams from the Heart of Texas.

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