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November 27, 2014

Power rankings: Football week 11

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Posted: Monday, November 11, 2013 12:00 am


Ohhhh, what a week we had to end the season!

Wins were coming out of the woodwork and when all was said and done, we had seven Galveston County teams end the regular season on a positive note.

Not only that, but eight teams qualified for the playoffs and four won outright district titles.

What does that all mean? Well, for one thing, football will continue for a lot of folks and for the others, good times are on the horizon.

Here’s our final ranking of the hottest county teams for 2013.

1. Texas City

Last week: 1

The Stingarees finished up a perfect regular season with a 56-25 defeat of Baytown Lee. Texas City also heads into the playoffs as the District 24-4A champion.

2. Clear Creek

Last week: 2

The Wildcats finished off the regular season in a wild way, defeating Clear Springs for the first time in a 63-62, double-overtime points fest. Clear Creek (9-1) is also the District 24-5A titleholder.

3. Friendswood

Last week: 3

The Mustangs (8-2) took down Ball High, 51-6, to close out the regular season and enter the playoffs.

4. La Marque

Last week: 4

The Cougars showed who was boss in District 24-3A, taking down previously unbeaten Stafford, 40-34, to win its second straight championship.

5. Bay Area Christian

Last week: 5

The Broncos nipped The Woodlands Christian, 20-19, and upped their record to 7-3, 5-0 in TAPPS District 6 Division III play, giving them the title.

6. High Island

Last week: unranked

The Cardinals finished off the season at a high level, soaring to a 40-24 win over Chester.

7. Hitchcock

Last week: unranked

The Bulldogs closed things out in high fashion, drilling Brazos, 32-20.

8. Clear Springs

Last week: 6

The Chargers scored 42 points in the second half on the way to forcing Clear Creek to double overtime. Clear Springs fell, 63-62, but hopes to bring that kind of action to the playoffs.

9. Dickinson

Last week: 6

The Gators fell to Clear Lake, 24-21, but thanks to tiebreakers, Dickinson (5-4-1) advanced to the playoffs.

10. Clear Falls

Last week: 7

The Knights were off, but still earned a playoff spot in only their second year of varsity play.