Austin Area High School Football Live Updates, Week 10 Scores
The games kicked off this week on Thursday as Westlake played Bowie in a key District 26-6A game and Georgetown and Glenn fought to the end for playoff jockey.
Which teams will leave their mark this week in this Central Texas high school football season? Follow us below as the American statesman updates you on all the Austin-area preparedness action on Friday:
Three possessions resulted in 3 touchdowns as Cedar Park opened up a 21-0 lead with 9:03 left in the first half.
In a critical 25-6A game, Vista Ridge and Vandegrift were scoreless at the end of the first quarter. Vista Ridge passed just 47 total yards while the Vipers were limited to a meager 29 yards.
Rouse scored again and the Raiders now lead Pflugerville 15-0 in the second quarter.
After a 70-point explosion last week, Jarrell scored first and leads Manor New Tech 7-0 in the District 13-4A DII game.
Less than 6 minutes from the end of the first half, it was scoreless between Manor and Westwood. Manor needs a win to stay in playoff contention.
In private school action, Regents and St. Michael’s opened 2-score runs.
Regents lead TMI Episcopal 14-0, while the Crusaders shut out Victoria St. Joseph 10-0.
In 11-5A DI, A&M Consolidated doubled its lead over College Station and now leads 14-0.
At 25-6A, Cedar Ridge responded to Round Rock’s opening TD with a score all its own. The game is tied at 7 with 2:21 remaining in the first quarter.
Lockhart and Comal Pieper had 2 touchdowns apiece in the first 9 minutes of the game on a 14-14 slant.
Cedar Park’s Brady Elford interception thwarted Leander’s opening drive, deep in Cedar Park territory. The Timberwolves still lead 7-0 in the first quarter.
In 27-5A Division 1 action, Smithson Valley scored first and leads Hays 7-0 with 5:58 remaining in the first stanza.
Mason Cochran’s 5-yard pass from Round Rock gave the Dragons a 7-0 lead over Cedar Ridge in the first.
Liberty Hill and Bastrop are tied at 7 midway through the first quarter.
Raiders’ Mason Shorb hits Trent Johnson for a 25-yard TD pass on a 4th-and-20 to put Rouse ahead 6-0 against Pflugerville with 8:45 left in the first quarter.
In other action, Regents lead TMI Episcopal 7-0, while Comal Pieper leads Lockhart 7-0 early in the first quarter.
Tyler Nicholson’s four-yard dive in the middle gave Cedar Park a 7-0 lead over Leander in 11-5A DI action.
In another 11-5A DI action, A&M Consolidated took a 7-0 lead over College Station. If A&M Consolidated wins, they will earn the top seed in the district playoff race.
After going 0-10 last season, Elgin qualified for the Division II 5A playoffs as the Wildcats are 7-2 overall and 4-1 in the Division II. district 11-5A.
Elgin has a week off before next week’s season finale against Rouse. Rouse currently sits 3-5 overall, 2-2 in district action.
Rouse is looking to hold on to a playoff spot as the Raiders host Pflugerville tonight. Statesman’s Thomas Jones is here and we’ll keep you posted.
After starting the season 5-0, Hays will look to break their 3-game losing streak as the Hawks take on 12-5A District Division I leader Smithson Valley at Bob Shelton Stadium.
The Lehman at Boerne Champion will face off will see one team earn their first district victory as both teams sport identical 2-6, 0-5 marks.
Despite trailing Glenn 17-14 at halftime, Georgetown scored 14 points in the third quarter and held on to empty the Grizzlies 28-22 at Bible Stadium on Thursday night in a game that saw the Eagles earn their ticket to the Division 5A playoffs.
Junior quarterback Noah Booras threw 4 TD passes, 3 to Marquis Dominguez, to set up the comeback.
After a 46-yard field goal from Armando Don Juan to put the Grizzlies within 28-20, the Eagles defense bowed their necks with a goal line in the final 20 seconds.
Seeking to stay in playoff contention, Cedar Park (4-4, 4-2) looks to push its record above .500 for the first time this season as the Timberwolves take on Leander (3-5, 0- 5).
Hendrickson (2-6, 1-4) takes on East View (0-8, 0-5) at Birkelbach Field.
Needing a win in its last two games to earn a berth in the District 27 6A playoffs, 3-5, 1-2, San Marcos will descend I-35 to face New Braunfels (5-3, 2- 1) tonight.
If San Marcos loses, the Rattlers will need a victory in next week’s Finals at San Antonio East Central to earn a bi-district playoff game.
In his first season in 6A, Weiss would earn a berth in the 6A Division II playoffs with a win over Waco Midway in District 12 play.
Weiss enters tonight’s contest with a 4-4, 2-2 record while Midway is 2-7, 2-3.
Hutto looks to stay in contention as the Hippos 4-4, 1-3 travel to Bryan High to face the Vikings 5-3, 2-2.
In Thursday’s 26-A action, Westlake posted a 45-0 shutout against Bowie, while Buda Johnson stayed alive in playoff contention as the Jaguars edged Akins 61-7.
Westlake, who sits atop the district standings at 7-0, will face Johnson (district ledger 4-3) next Friday to close out regular season play.
Fresh off a thrilling 38-31 win at Lake Travis, Dripping Springs (7-1, 5-1) leads their high-scoring offense into battle hosting Del Valle (1-7, 1-5).
Looking to stay in contention for a playoff berth, Lake Travis (4-4, 4-2) will travel to House Park as the Cavaliers tangle with 2-6, 2-4 Austin High.
Bowie (7-2, 5-2) travels to Cavalier Stadium to face Lake Travis next week, while Anderson will end his season next week hosting Dripping Springs.
Three of tonight’s four 25-6A contests will feature teams vying for the four spots in the UIL 6A playoffs.
District manager Vandegrift (7-1, 5-0) hosts Vista Ridge (5-3, 4-1). The Vipers have gone on a seven-game winning streak after falling to once-beaten Dripping Springs 23-20 on a last-second field goal. Rangers’ 5-game winning streak was snapped last week as they suffered their first district loss 21-7 to Manor.
Round Rock and Cedar Ridge, who are in contention for Division I postseason games, face off at Dragon Stadium.
Round Rock (7-1, 4-1) fell from the undefeated ranks two weeks ago when they fell to Vandegrift 30-22, while the Raiders (4-4, 3-2) look to stay alive in the race to the playoffs after falling to Vandegrift last week 29-7.
Manor (5-3, 2-3) looks to stay alive in the playoff bracket as the Mustangs host Westwood (4-4, 1-4).
In the remaining game, Stony Point (4-4, 1-4) looks to keep McNeil (2-6, 0-5) winless in district action.