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Weekend Recap October 16 2017

Recapping our top news story from over the weekend, a 34-year-old Houston man died late Friday night in a three-vehicle accident on U.S. 90 at the Trinity River Bridge in the City of Liberty. He is identified as Charles Mayon, with family in Dayton.  That accident also caused twelve injuries and closed down both the east and westbound lanes of Highway 90 for about four hours. Six people were taken to area hospitals - five to Houston Methodist San Jacinto in Baytown and one to Liberty-Dayton Regional Medical Center. None of those injuries was considered life threatening. The rest of the injured were treated at the wreck scene by EMS personnel and released. Again, 34-year-old Charles Mayon of Houston died in that three-vehicle accident late Friday night on the Trinity River Bridge. Turning to high school football from over the weekend, the Liberty Panthers kicked off District 12-4A action with a victory, defeating Orangefield 24-16. The Panthers are now 5-1 overall and 1-0- in district play. As for Dayton, the Broncos fell to 2-4 on the year and 2-3 in District 21-5A with a loss to New Caney Porter. Final score in that one was the Spartans 42, the Broncos 36. Hardin and Hull-Daisetta both kicked off district action Friday night with losses. It was La Marque over Hardin 33-22 while Evadale topped Hull-Daisetta 47-6. In other local action, Barbers Hill defeated Splendora 34-10. Bridge City bested Cleveland 34-22 while Shepherd shutout Tarkington 46-0. Hitchcock squeaked by Anahuac 12-8. East Chambers blanked Hempstead 19-0, and Centerville dominated West Hardin 50-0. Hardin-Jefferson had the week off. 
 

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