HOUSTON - Kevin Hall knows this is probably not the last time his team will see Fort Bend Marshall.
The two power programs in District 11-5A-DII dueled it out in another instant classic on Friday night at Hall Stadium. Last year's went to Fort Bend Marshall, a 52-51 overtime victory, which was a part of a 15-1 state runner-up season.
The next chapter of what is becoming a rising rivalry in Houston this time went to the Mavericks, holding off a late 14-point push by the Buffs to hold on for the 38-34 victory, snapping Fort Bend Marshall's 17-game regular season winning streak.
"We got the breaks this time, I'll take it," Hall said. "Unfortunately, if we both take care of business we'll see each other again in December."
The 2019 Texas high school football season has completed three weeks of action. Check out the latest edition of the VYPE Austin UIL small school rankings to see who's representing the area in the three smallest classifications.
No. 1 Cameron Yoe: 2-0 (Preseason: #1)
No. 2 San Saba: 3-0 (Preseason: #2)
No. 3 Rockdale: 3-0 (Preseason: #8)
No. 4 Rogers: 3-0 (Preseason: NR)
No. 5 Mason: 2-1 (Preseason: #3)
No. 6 Holland: 3-0 (Preseason: #5)
No. 7 Granger: 3-0 (Preseason: #7)
No. 8 Lago Vista: 2-1 (Preseason: NR)
No. 9 Blanco: 2-1 (Preseason: #4)
No. 10 Schulenburg: 2-1 (Preseason: #9)
Fell out: Burton: 2-1 (Preseason: #6) and Lexington: 0-3 (Preseason: #10)
Others to watch: Weimar (3-0), Jarrell (2-1), Thorndale (2-1), Flatonia (2-1) and Thrall (2-1)
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