Games at a Glance, Nov. 6

November 6, 2013

ARL. heights (5-4, 5-1 in 7-4A)

AT GRANBURY (8-1, 5-1)

7:30 p.m. FRIDAY

Last week – Granbury lost to Aledo 72-6. Heights defeated Southwest 45-37.

Last season – Granbury 7-4, 5-2 in 7-4A (third), lost in bidistrict. Heights 2-8, 2-5 in 7-4A (tied for fifth). Pirates won 31-27 in Fort Worth.

Returning starters - Granbury 7 offensive/7 defensive. Heights 7 offensive/7 defensive.

On the line – The winner not only finishes second in District, but also earns the No. 1 seed in the Division I (big school playoffs).

How Granbury wins the game – The Pirates simply need to do what got them to their eight wins, make things happen when they have the ball. Granbury’s offense, with the exception of last week, has been one of the most productive in the Metroplex, largely because of quarterback Ryan Suitt. But the Pirates have a variety of other reasons they are enjoying their best season in nearly five decades, including return specialist and defensive back Kevin Hennard, a host of wide receivers led by Nick Doughty, and the preseason addition of running back Malik Allen has been huge.

WILLOW PARK TRINITY (7-3)

AT CORNERSTONE (9-1)

FIRST ROUND OF TCAF PLAYOFFS

7 P.M. FRIDAY

Last week – Cornerstone defeated FW Nazarene 61-49. Trinity defeated Mineral Wells Community Christian 91-41.

Last season – Cornerstone 6-6, second round of TCAL Six-Man Division II playoffs. Trinity 2-9, lost in first first round of TCAF playoffs. Teams did not play.

Returning starters – Cornerstone 5 offensive/ 5 defensive.

RIO VISTA (1-8, 0-6 in 6-2A Divison ii)

at TOLAR (7-2, 5-1)

7:30 P.M. FRIDAY

Last week – Tolar defeated Rice 38-17. Rio Vista lost 56-15 to Blooming Grove.

Last season - Tolar 9-3, 6-1 in 6-2A Division II (second), lost in second round of playoffs. Rio Vista 4-6, 3-4 in 6-2A Division II (tied for fifth). Rattlers won 38-14 at Rio Vista.

Returning starters – Tolar 7 offensive/6 defensive. Rio Vista 7 offensive/6 defensive.

On the line – The Rattlers still have a shot at sharing the district championship with a win and victory of 15 or more points by Mildred over Scurry-Rosser,.

bROWNWOOD VICTORY LIFE (4-5, 2-1 in TAPPS SIX-MAN DIV. II DISTRICT 2)

AT n. centRAL tEXAS (5-4, 2-1)

7:30 p.m. Friday

Last week – NCTA defeated FW Covenant Classical 62-12. Victory Life defeated San Marcos Hill Country Christian 1-0 (forfeit).

Last season – NCTA 10-2, second round of TAPPS Six-Man Division II playoffs. Victory Life 2-7. Pioneers won 68-38 in Brownwood.

Returning starters – NCTA 3 offensive/3 defensive. Victory Life NA.

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