Last week saw a pair of matchups with district supremacy on the line, and the coming week will bring another key game. Here’s a quick look back at the week that was and the week that will be in Galveston County high school sports.
It’ll be a de facto District 24-6A championship game Friday night at Challenger Columbia Stadium, as the Clear Springs Chargers play host to the Dickinson Gators.
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The Gators pounced on the Clear Falls Knights early, and a stingy defense along with a breakout performance from sophomore running back Reggie Sanders led Dickinson to a 63-0 win on a gusty Friday night at Sam Vitanza Stadium.
In their game this Friday, the Dickinson Gators will look to do their part to set up a potential District 24-6A showdown the following Friday against Clear Springs, while the Clear Falls Knights hope to play the part of spoiler and, at the same time, show how much they’ve improved as a team.