After a five week run at the top, the El Dorado Aztecs lost their number one ranking with a 32-20 loss to Montwood. The Burges Mustangs continue to impress. They improved to 5-0 with the win over Austin.

  • 1

    Franklin

    5-1 (4-0)

    The Cougars made sure they weren't upset again at Highlander stadium. They came out of the gates swinging and were never threatened in a 49-24 victory over Bel Air. Franklin has a short week and will host Montwood on Thursday in a game that will likely decide the district champion.

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    Montwood

    4-1 (3-0)

    The Rams kept their perfect record over El Dorado in tact with Friday's 32-20 victory. The impressive Rams face a Thursday night showdown against Franklin.

  • 3

    Americas

    4-1 (2-1)

    The Trailblazers stomped the Hanks Knights 53-16. They host Socorro Friday at the SAC.

  • 4

    El Dorado

    5-1 (3-1)

    The 'Tecs fell three spots after their 32-20 loss to Montwood. They will have to regroup for a Thursday night matchup against Eastwood.

  • 5

    Burges

    5-0 (2-0)

    Burges remained undefeated with a 54-33 win over Austin. Mustangs fans and students hope homecoming is made sweeter with a win over Jefferson.

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    Del Valle

    5-1 (2-0)

    The Conquistadores were impressive yet again with a 26-10 home win over Horizon. Del Valle is off until October 14th when they tangle with Canutillo in a game likely to decide the district.

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    Chapin

    4-2 (3-0)

    The Huskies downed Bowie 38-10. Chapin will try and hand Robert Morales his first loss at Jones Stadium on Friday.

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    El Paso High

    5-1 (3-0)

    The Tigers outlasted a worthy Jefferson team 38-24. El Paso will defend Jones against a tough opponent, the Chapin Huskies.

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    Riverside

    4-1 (1-0)

    The Rangers crushed Mountain View 55-6 in a non district contest. Riverside hopes to get quarterback Brian Hinojo back in Friday's game at Parkland.

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    Canutillo

    5-1 (2-0)

    The Screaming Eagles are 1-0 on their new blue turf. Canutillo blanked Ysleta 34-0, and will travel to Horizon for a key district game.