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Tenaha wins, San Augustine loses, more high school football playoffs on tap for tonight

WHITEHOUSE, TX (KTRE) – The winners of District 10-2A took on Franklin Thursday night in Whitehouse to decide who would continue on the road to a state championship.

It was a tough night for the San Augustine Wolves. Coming off a bye week last week, the Wolves did not get going until the second quarter scoring on a great touchdown pass to Cardell Sigler. It was not enough and the Franklin Lions went on to beat San Augustine 57-20.

Franklin will play the winner of the Lexington and New Waverly game schedule Friday night in Groesbeck.

The Tenaha Tigers would not be denied Thursday night. Entering the contest ranked #2 in the state, the Tigers led by 35 at halftime and never looked back. The final score was San Augustine 51, Bremond 6.

The Tigers will play Hubbard or Beckville square off against each other Friday night in Brownsboro and the winner will face the Tigers in Round 3.

Other Friday night match-ups include:

San Augustine vs Franklin at Whitehouse

Tenaha vs Bremond at Crockett

Crockett vs Newton at Lufkin

Corrigan vs Centerville at Willis

Saturday match-ups include:

Lovelady vs Alto at Crockett

Garrison vs Moody at Fairfield

Mt. Enterprise vs Gorman at Groesbeck

Watch KTRE's East Texas News at 10 for highlights and check back here at KTRE.com for scores.

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