With two weeks left in the season, it's time to start looking ahead to the playoffs. Franklin has clinched at least a share of the 1-5A title for the first time since 2005. El Paso finds themselves in the postseason for the first time since 1996. Del Valle and Riverside will play for the 2-4A title this Friday.

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    8-1 (7-0)

    The Cougars showed why they are the number one team in the city with a convincing 42-7 win over El Dorado. Franklin is off until the Westside Bowl against Coronado on Thursday, November 3rd.

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    6-2 (5-1)

    The Rams put together one of their best performances of the season in a 44-17 win over Americas. Montwood hosts Hanks this Thursday.

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    7-2 (6-0)

    The Huskies have climbed all the way to number 3 after an 0-2 start. Chapin downed Austin 38-14. The Huskies finish their season Thursday nigh against Jefferson.

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    Del Valle

    7-1 (4-0)

    The Conquistadores were too much for San Eli to handle in a 61-0 shutout. Del Valle and Riverside will play for the 2-4A crown this Friday.

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    6-2 (4-2)

    Americas drops a few spots after their 44-17 loss to Montwood. The Trailblazers will try and rebound Friday at Eastwood.

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    7-1 (4-1)

    The Mustangs rebounded from their first loss with a 39-21 victory over Irvin. Burges travels to Baty-Simmang to take on Bowie.

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    7-1 (4-0)

    The Rangers were impressive in a 46-7 win at Horizon. Riverside can't celebrate too much, they will host Del Valle for the 2-4A title this Friday.

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    El Dorado

    6-2 (4-2)

    The Aztecs took a huge plunge after Thursday's 42-7 loss to Franklin. They will have to beat Coronado on Friday to ensure a playoff spot.

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    6-3 (4-2)

    The Eagles climb a spot after a 42-0 shutout of Jefferson. They travel to Jones to take on El Paso this Friday.

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    El Paso High

    6-2 (4-1)

    The Tigers clinched their first playoff birth since 1996 with a 41-21 win over Bowie. They will host Andress this Friday.

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