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September 13, 2011

District 20-4A, District 21-3A football standings

ORANGE — Standing for area high school football teams in District 20-4A and District 21-3A.

DISTRICT 20-4A STANDINGS

        OVERALL               

                   W    L    Pct.       PF    PA   

LC-M           3    0    1.000    111    56

Vidor           3    0    1.000     86     40

Livingston   2    0    1.000     95     55

Nederland   2    1    .667      69     53

PN-G          2    1    .667      112    57

Ozen          1    2    .000       81     69   

Central       1    2    .333       66     83

Lumberton  0    3    .000      62    108

Last week's games: LC-M 54, Caney Creek 14; Vidor 35, Kirbyville 7; Barbers Hill 13, Nederland 10 (OT); PN-G 41, Texas City 27; Silsbee 49, Lumberton 35; Central 38, Galveston Ball 21; Livingston 54, Houston Wasington 34; Ozen 66, Houston Sam Houston 0.

This week's games: Huntsville at Livingston.

DISTRICT 21-3A STANDINGS

        OVERALL               

                                 W    L    Pct.      PF    PA       

Silsbee                      3    0    1.000   139    56

Bridge City                2    1    .667      87    31

Orangefield               2    1    .667      66    48

Hamshire-Fannett     1    2    .333      79    83

Hardin-Jefferson       1    2    .333      42    104

West Orange-Stark   0    2    .000      51    53

Last week’s games: Orangefield 28, Woodville 6; Bridge City 20, Kelly 7; Silsbee 49, Lumberton 35; Buna 56, Hamshire-Fannett 21; Anahuac 55, Hardin-Jefferson 21.

This week’s games: West Orange-Stark at Jasper; Kirbyville at Bridge City; Orangefield at (#5) Coldspring-Oakhurst; Hamshire-Fannett at Huffman; Hardin-Jefferson at East Chambers; Newton at Silsbee.

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