We've reached the halfway point of the season (wow!) and only two teams remain undefeated. The El Dorado Aztecs are undefeated as they prepare for their week five showdown against Montwood. The other perfect team probably comes as a surprise to most. Armed with talented skill players and a a stingy defense the Burges Mustangs find themselves 4-0 for the first time since 1998.

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    El Dorado

    5-0 (3-0)

    The Aztecs rolled Bel Air 35-7. They will put their undefeated record on the line Friday against the always challenging Montwood Rams.

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    4-1 (3-0)

    The Cougars smashed struggling Socorro 49-6. They shouldn't look past Bel Air on the way to their October 6th showdown against Montwood.

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    3-1 (2-0)

    The Rams zero week 47-7 loss to Midland Lee seems like ancient history. With a potent air and ground attack, Montwood is making minced meat of local competition. After humbling Eastwood 62-19 last Friday, the Rams have a Friday date with number one El Dorado.

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    3-1 (1-1)

    The idle Trailblazers dropped a spot after another impressive performance by Montwood. Americas travels to winless Hanks on Friday.

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    4-0 (1-0)

    The surprise Mustangs downed Andress 14-7 in their first district test of the season. They travel to McKee to take on the Austin Panthers on Friday.

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    Del Valle

    4-1 (1-0)

    The Conquistadores had no trouble with Ysleta on Friday. They travel to Horizon Friday for a district game against the Scorpions.

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    3-2 (2-0)

    The Huskies were firing on all cylinders in a 64-15 loss to Irvin. Chapin will host Bowie on Friday.

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    El Paso High

    4-1 (2-0)

    The Tigers made a nice leap after securing the Claw Friday against Austin. El Paso will head south to take on a rejuvenated Jefferson team.

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    3-1 (1-0)

    The Rangers are back in the top ten after demolishing San Eli 55-7. Riverside travels to take on Mountain View in a non district game on Friday.

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    4-1 (1-0)

    The Screaming Eagles won their third straight game with a 38-0 shutout over Parkland. Canutillo will unveil their blue turf Friday against Ysleta.