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Recap of Week 9 of high school football

Just two weeks remain in the high school football season before the state playoffs begin. Recapping Week 9 action from over the weekend, the Liberty Panthers fell to 5-2 on the season with a Friday night loss to the Silsbee Tigers. Final in that District 10-4A matchup was the Tigers 28, the Panthers 7.  Libertyis now 1-1 in district action. Turning to Dayton, the Broncos remain winless after a Thursday night loss to the Baytown Lee Ganders. Final score in that District 12-5A matchup was the Ganders 38, the Broncos 14. Daytonis now 0-8 overall and 0-5 in District 12-5A. Moving on to Barbers Hill, the Eagles defeated the Crosby Cougars Friday night. That District 12-5A score was the Eagles 49, the Cougars 30. Barbers Hill improves to 6-2 overall and 4-1 in district play. In other action from Friday night, the Hull-Daisetta Bobcats are now 5-3 after a loss to the Shelbyville Dragons. Final in that District 12-2A contest was the Dragons 20, the Bobcats 7. Hull-Daisetta is now 5-3 overall and 1-2 in league play. Turning to Hardin, the Hornets got past the Anahuac Panthers 18-14. Hardin is now 7-1 overall and 4-1 in District 12-3A. In other Friday night action, Huntington topped Tarkington 21-14 while Bryan Rudder
High School rolled past Cleveland 52-10. It was East Chambers dominating Buna 42-20. Splendora downed Huffman-Hargrave 20-6, and Lovelady bested West Hardin 34-6. In some key matchups involving Dayton’s and Barbers Hill’s District 12-5A, it was Port Neches-Grooves over Santa Fe 47-19 with Nederland topping Vidor 41-21. As for teams in Liberty’s District 10-4A, West Orange-Stark beat Hardin-Jefferson 35-14 while Hamshire-Fannett had the week off.  

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