CALALLEN AT CARROLL

At Cabaniss Multipurpose Stadium

Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.

Records: Calallen 2-1 overall; Carroll 0-3

Last Week: Flour Bluff 19, Calallen 16; G-P 35, Carroll 21

Next Week: Calallen at Port Lavaca Calhoun

The Lowdown: The Wildcats dropped out of the Top 10 state rankings after coming up short against the Hornets, who overwhelmed Calallen with their size and speed. The Wildcats managed only 185 total yards (95 rushing, 90 passing). Derek Scheible and Connor Lowrance each passed for a touchdown for Calallen. Scheible has passed for 229 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 161 and two touchdowns in three games. Robert Maldonado has rushed for 162 yards and two touchdowns. Tristan Crossland leads receivers with seven catches for 85 yards. Nathaniel McDonald and Phil Hobbs each have five catches. After a 41-9 loss in the season opener, Carroll has lost its past two games by an average of 11 points. Charles Miles has rushed for 193 yards and a touchdown, this season. He carried 15 times for 100 yards against G-P, including a 5-yard scoring run.

WEST OSO AT TULOSO-MIDWAY

Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.

Records: West Oso 2-1; T-M 1-2

Last Week: Miller 50, West Oso 20; Mission 31, T-M 24 (2OT)

Next Week: T-M at Victoria East

The Lowdown: The Bears had their two-game winning streak halted by the Bucs. Still, West Oso finished with 335 total yards, including 285 on the ground. Justin Perez torched Miller for 255 yards and two touchdowns on 23 carries. He scored on runs of 70 and 62 yards. It’s the second time Perez has cracked the 200-yard mark this season. The Warriors couldn’t hold on last week despite leading by 14 points at halftime. Kyle Smith rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown, while Mac Reyes added 73 yards and a score. Smith leads the team with 325 yards and four touchdowns on the ground, followed by Matthew Dickson with 254 and Reyes with 167. Reyes has rushed for three touchdowns and also returned a kickoff for a touchdown.

ORANGE GROVE AT ARANSAS PASS

Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.

Records: Orange Grove 3-0; Aransas Pass 2-1

Last Week: Orange Grove 27, George West 20; Palacios 29, Aransas Pass 21

Next Week: Lyford at Orange Grove

The Lowdown: The Bulldogs survived a close one last week, scoring 20 straight points in the second quarter to surge past George West. Quarterback Ruben Lopez and running back Ricky Martinez combined to account for all four touchdowns. Martinez rushed for 81 yards and two touchdowns, while Lopez rushed for 78 yards and a touchdown and passed for 119 yards and another score – a 50-yard touchdown strike to Martinez. In three games, Lopez has passed for 325 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 387 yards and three scores. Martinez has rushed for 358 yards and five touchdowns. The Panthers led Palacios 14-7 at halftime last week before being outscored 22-7 in the second half.

ODEM AT ROBSTOWN

Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.

Records: Odem 1-2; Robstown 0-3

Last Week: Ingleside 34, Odem 15; Banquete 29, Robstown 18

Next Week: Robstown, idle

The Lowdown: The Owls couldn’t do much to slow down the Mustangs, who put up 324 total yards (74 rushing, 250 passing). Odem finished with 215 total yards, 144 rushing and 71 passing. Quarterback Jake Ray passed for a touchdown, a 20-yard strike to Ryan Andrade, and also led the team with 82 yards on 29 carries. Ray has rushed for 324 yards and four touchdowns this season. The Cotton Pickers trailed by only a point after one quarter last week. Luis Rodriguez, one of three quarterbacks in the rotation, had the hot game under center. He went 10 of 21 for 165 yards and a touchdown to go along with 41 yards and another score on the ground. Jason Mungia had five catches for 85 yards and Raul Gaitain two catches for 57 yards.

SAN DIEGO AT SANTA MARIA

Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.

Records: San Diego 3-0; Santa Maria 2-1

Last Week: San Diego 41, Freer 21; Santa Maria 20, London 12

Next Week: San Diego, idle

The Lowdown: The Vaqueros walloped Freer last week behind another solid rushing effort led by running back Luis Lopez. The bruising ball carrier finished with 231 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries. Ricky Gonzalez added 101 yards and a score on only two attempts. San Diego finished with 369 yards rushing as a team. Quarterback Michael Lichtenberger passed for 71 yards and a touchdown. Lopez has rushed for 721 yards and 10 touchdowns in three games, while Lichtenberger has passed for 399 yards and four touchdowns. Santa Maria did most of its damage against London last week on the ground, as Isai Garcia, Leonel Lugo and Adam Perez each scored rushing touchdowns.

PETTUS AT BEN BOLT

Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.

Records: Pettus 0-3; Ben Bolt 3-0

Last Week: Sabinal 41, Pettus 14; Ben Bolt 55, Benavides 28

Next Week: Charlotte at Ben Bolt

The Lowdown: Three lost fumbles certainly didn’t help Pettus last week. Running back Casey Jones had 17 carries for 209 yards and two touchdowns, which came on runs of 82 and 90 yards. The Badgers came out flat against Benavides last week and overcame an early interception in the end zone before finally romping to a 27-point victory. An errant snap also cost Ben Bolt in the first half.

BISHOP AT BENAVIDES

Kickoff: 7:30 p.m.

Records: Bishop 2-1, Benavides 0-2

Last Week: Bishop 20, Bloomington 12; Ben Bolt 55, Benavides 28

Next Week: Monte Alto at Benavides

The Lowdown: The Badgers have already doubled their win total from a year ago with consecutive victories over Santa Gertrudis Academy (34-19) and Bloomington. Bishop finished with 208 total yards against Bloomington. Benavides is still trying to shake off last week’s loss to Ben Bolt.