PaulR wrote:We will know more about Abernathy and Sundown this week. Hale Center is the sleeper. I believe they are capable enough to sneak up on any of us. Hale Center's physical play cost us plenty last year. New Deal, what can I say, they haven't played a full 4 quarters all season with all of the starters. We are deeper at most positions than we have ever been. And faster in some positions from years past. If we can stay healthy I think you will see some big numbers this season. This year New Deal's strength is defense. 10 Interceptions and 3 turnovers with three scores and all games so far have been 3A and 4 A opponents except Sunray. Offense, normally we have only one or two horses scoring. This year so far 10 people have put points on the board.
New Deal over Olton by 35
Hale Center over Floydada by 45
Abernathy over Sundown by 2 This one could go either way. In my mind I see Abernathy winning this one. But the hairs standing up on my neck say Sundown.
oldtimer wrote:WOW .... Crazy games this week. You were right never know in this district ....
Abernathy blew away a really good Sundown team
Floydada upsets Hale Center
New Deal has a close game until half time !!!
Looks like to me yall are in for a good month of football !!!
bluedawg wrote:That 2013 was very good and if they would have beat Stamford, the championship would have been theirs.
PaulR wrote:All I can tell you Oldtimer is New Deal is bigger, faster, healthier and deeper than in any years past at this point in the season since I have been on the sidelines shooting photos. Sophomore Nehemiah Martinez would be a 2000 yard rusher at this point in the season if they hadn't pulled him at halftime most games this year. 4 full quarters of our starters Friday gives me goose bumps. And what a defense, 75 points scored against all year mostly in the second half.
oldtimer wrote:PaulR wrote:All I can tell you Oldtimer is New Deal is bigger, faster, healthier and deeper than in any years past at this point in the season since I have been on the sidelines shooting photos. Sophomore Nehemiah Martinez would be a 2000 yard rusher at this point in the season if they hadn't pulled him at halftime most games this year. 4 full quarters of our starters Friday gives me goose bumps. And what a defense, 75 points scored against all year mostly in the second half.
That is pretty dang impressive, again outsider looking in I really do not have a clue who will win or know much about either of yall besides the scores I see and the write ups.
I try and keep up with District 2 and 4 just because it's been so exciting the past two years unlike District 15 lately besides Refugio and Shiner ...
To me it looks like Abernathy has played a little bit better teams like Post, Memphis and Sundown where as New Deal has to wait until the last two weeks of the season to play anyone.
Doesn't mean New Deal can't beat Abernathy just means to me Abernathy has been tested a little bit more than New Deal. There hints the 1 point advantage and not 10 point.
oldtimer wrote:Not sure if Post is over rated ... I think if I heard correctly they lost their 2,000 yard running back that was also a starter on defense. Any small level team that has injuries suffer just like New Deal would if they lost their QB and just like Abernathy would if they lost theirs.
Who has New Deal played ? I'm not sure if New Deal has played anyone that's all I'm saying.
Hope New Deal does play a great game and I hope Abernathy does as well ... Who knows one team may win by 21, that's why you play the game !!!!
Good luck to both teams
oldtimer wrote:Paul Paul Paul !!!! You were definitely right on this one !!! Congrats to your lions on an amazing game !!! What a statement game and best of luck next week against another tough team !!!
Go get em !!!
PaulR wrote:Video highlights from the New Deal / Abernathy game.
https://www.facebook.com/806hssc/videos ... 955994743/
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