After four weeks of play I don't know what the biggest surprise is; Coronado is 0-3, Burges is 3-0, or Eastwood is 2-1. In a lot of ways Eastwood's 2-1 start in '11 is more impressive than their 3-0 start in '10. At least David Satcher has the benefit of a full offseason to prepare the Troopers in '10. Phil Barrios was named head coach at Eastwood just over a month before the start of the '11 season.

  • 1

    El Dorado

    4-0 (2-0)

    It took three days, but El Dorado smashed Socorro 73-0. The 'Tecs will host Bel Air on Friday.

  • 2

    Franklin

    3-1 (2-0)

    The Cougars used a balanced attack to down Hanks 43-20. Franklin gets the winless Socorro Bulldogs on Friday.

  • 3

    Americas

    3-1 (1-1)

    The Trailblazers rebounded from their tough 28-25 loss to Franklin with a 35-7 demolition of Coronado. Jack Fields ran for 337 yards in the win. Americas is off until they travel to Hanks on September 30th.

  • 4

    Montwood

    2-1 (1-0)

    The idle Rams look to go 2-0 in district when the travel to Eastwood on Friday.

  • 5

    Burges

    3-0 (0-0)

    The Mustangs showed they are for real with a win over Riverside last week. They host Andress Friday to open district play.

  • 6

    Del Valle

    3-1 (0-0)

    Del Valle blew past Jefferson 49-14. The Conquistadores open district play Friday at Ysleta.

  • 7

    Chapin

    2-2 (1-0)

    Chapin was impressive in a 21-7 win over Andress. The Huskies will stay in the northeast and travel to Irvin to take on the Rockets on Friday.

  • 8

    Horizon

    2-1 (0-0)

    The idle Scorpions moved up a spot as Andress fell out of the top ten. Horizon will travel to Alamogordo before opening up district play on the 30th

  • 9

    Eastwood

    3-1 (2-0)

    The Troopers make their first appearance in the top ten in almost a year with a 30-17 win over Bel Air. It might be short lived as the Troop will host Montwood on Friday.

  • 10

    El Paso

    3-1 (1-0)

    The Tigers ran all over Irvin and held talented Rocket quarterback Damonte Parker in check in a 42-21 win. El Paso hosts Austin in the 'Battle of the Claw' on Friday.