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DíHanis to face Louise in area round

After receiving the week off following their District 15-AA-II championship, the DíHanis Cowboys will get back onto the field in the area round of the playoffs.

The Cowboys will take on the Louise Hornets, who defeated Milano, 25-6, on Friday, Nov. 14, in the bi-district playoff round.

The game will be this Friday, Nov. 21, 7:30 p.m., in Seguin, at Texas Lutheran Universityís Bulldog Stadium. Not to be confused with the Seguin ISDís Matador Stadium, this is a newly-built, on-campus facility at TLU. From I-10 east, take the SH 46 exit and turn right. Take a left onto Kingsbury Street (US 90) and the stadium will be on the right.

The Cowboys are 8-2 on the year, while Louise comes into the game with a 7-3 mark. The Hornets, who have turned things around after an 0-9 season last year, have won their last three games after beginning play in district 14-AA-II with three-point losses to both Kenedy and Falls City.

DíHanis has won six straight coming into the area game. The Cowboys met Louise in the same round, also in Seguin, in 2007, with DíHanis winning a 42-6 runaway.

The winner of Fridayís game will earn a regional playoff date against either Bremond or Rocksprings next weekend.

Rocksprings and La Pryor, the other two playoff teams from 15-AA-II, both won their bi-district games over Woodsboro and Agua Dulce, respectively.

La Pryor will take on Falls City in an area playoff game at Somerset.

 





 


 


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