Great source, Pampa; Andrews, Canyon to the top of high school football this week
Big Spring (5-1, 0-0) at Pampa (5-1, 0-0)
Pampa comes into the game on a five-game winning streak while Big Spring comes in on a three-game streak.
The Harvesters have scored 44 or more points in three of their last four games and will face the offense of the Steers who have scored 42 or more points in three of their five wins.
Pampa comes off a 44-41 win over Perryton while Big Spring will look to keep the momentum going after a 47-29 win over Littlefield last Friday night.
Andrews (2-4, 0-0) at Canyon (5-1, 0-0)
Canyon is on a five-game winning streak in its last out of district game of the season against an Andrews team who have won two of their last three and are giving up 26.2 points per game.
The Eagles’ defense is even stronger, allowing 14.3 points per game in the first six weeks.
Andrews just lost 40-32 to Hereford in which he took a big lead and will want to show they can finish a four-quarter game this week.
Littlefield (3-3, 0-0) at River Road (4-2, 0-0)
River Road has won three straight games scoring 41 or more points in each victory over Lamesa (41-18), Sanford-Fritch (41-13) and West Texas High (48-6).
Littlefield is on the opposite end of the spectrum with three straight losses to Idalou (56-13), Abernathy (35-20) and Big Spring (47-29).
Littlefield defeated River Road 22-9 last fall and has won the duel in two of the past three years against rivals District 2-3A Division I.
Shamrock (5-1, 0-0) at Wellington (3-2, 0-0)
High-scoring Irishman Shamrock will face the No. 5 Division II Class 2A program in the State on Friday night in a Division II District 4-2A battle.
Shamrock has scored 42 or more points in each of his wins with the only loss to Gruver two weeks ago (35-15).
The Skyrockets have won three in a row after losing the first two games of the season. Wellington beat Shamrock 44-6 last season and won the game four consecutive years by a combined score of 210-26.
Gruver (5-0, 0-0) at Vega (5-1, 0-0)
The undefeated Greyhounds will hit the road to face the No. 9 Class 2A Division II Longhorns this week in the District 3-2A DII opener for both teams.
Gruver comes off a 40-7 win over Wheeler, while the offensive Vega (44.3 points per game) enters the competition after a 34-14 win over previously undefeated Clarendon.
Vega won the head-to-head 49-6 last fall, but Gruver has won three of the last four.