The highlight on the schedule coming up is a matchup between a Clear Springs Chargers team making its District 24-6A opener and a Clear Lake Falcons standing at 1-0 in district play.
In a battle of unbeatens in District 24-6A, the Chargers eased past Clear Lake 13-6, while the Mustangs were two-time winners in District 22-5A last week, defeating both La Porte (19-0) and Ball High (17-2).
A strong overall defensive effort and a big momentum swing at the end of the first half guided a battle-tested Dickinson Gators team to a 28-7 win Friday night at Veterans Memorial Stadium over the Clear Falls Knights.
Tors quarterback Seth Williams led Ball High to a Homecoming victory of 24-6 over Goose Creek Memorial. This game was played Friday and was the District 9-5A-I opener at Kermit Courville Stadium.
Three fourth-quarter possessions deep into Baytown Lee territory produced no points, as the Mustangs dropped to 0-4 with a wrenching 19-14 loss at Stallworth Stadium on Friday night.
The Texas City Stingarees got physical, bodying the Santa Fe Indians for 312 rushing yards and seven total rushing touchdowns for a final score of 60-0 to open up District 12-5A-II play Friday night at Joe Raitano Field in Santa Fe.
Taylor Wilkens' 84-yard kickoff return for a touchdown snatched momentum away from the Cougars and led visiting Huffman Hargrave to a 31-7 win over La Marque on Friday.
The Chargers wasted little time and piled up monster-sized numbers in a rousing 64-27 high school football victory over Conroe at Challenger Columbia Stadium on Thursday night.
When the Clear Creek Wildcats needed to display their toughness, they did just that to emerge victorious in Tuesday night’s boisterous rivalry match at Carlisle Field House — winning an epic five-setter by the scores of 25-16, 19-25, 20-25, 25-18 and 16-14.
Week 5 of the Galveston County high school football season is jam-packed with action, but undoubtedly the game to watch will be the District 24-6A opener between preseason district favorite Dickinson and a Clear Falls team on the rise.
For the first time in 15 years, the Clear Springs Chargers pulled off a team tennis win against their east neighbors at Clear Creek to set up Tuesday's District 24-6A first-place showdown with Clear Lake at Clear Springs High School.
The Dickinson Lady Gators started a week they hope will see them rise in the District 24-6A standings on the right note Monday night at home with a 25-18, 25-20, 25-20, over Brazoswood.
Much like in last week’s win over Deer Park, Clear Falls was hit with a big shot from a tough opponent to start the second half only to immediately answer with an even bigger blow on special teams, which ignited the entire team.
Behind five huge first-half touchdowns from Luke Martin and Marquis Johnson, the Gators ended Pasadena Dobie’s 15-game regular season win streak with a 48-27 victory at Sam Vitanza Stadium on Friday night.
Three first-half turnovers and second-half injuries plagued the Clear Creek Wildcats as they fell 57-7 on the road Friday night at Legacy Stadium to Katy Tompkins.
In a low-scoring affair, the wins keep coming in for Bay Area Christian as the team shut out Rosehill Christian 17-0 on Friday night at home to make its record 4-0.