Week 5 Football Games to Keep an Eye Out for

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by: Dean Garcia
Sports Reporter

Photo by Kiersten Ehr

Odessa Permian (4-0) at Lubbock Coronado (2-2)
Could this be the year MOJO Magic is back? The Panthers have been outstanding on offense. The MOJO offense has been off-the-charts good: 61 points per game behind the running game of Brandon Bailey. Coronado has made great improvements from last year, QB Qua Gray and RB Jeffery McCutcheon are a hard one-two punch to stop, but this will be their biggest challenge to date.

Denton Guyer (2-1) at Keller (3-0)
One question will be answered: is Keller for real? The Indians are 3-0, but they haven’t exactly faced a murderer’s row of non-district opponents. Tonight’s District 5-6A opener gives them the biggest test they’ll get all year; Shawn Robinson and the explosive Denton Guyer Wildcats. The running game of Keller’s Tyler Tutt, averaging nearly 10 yards per carry will be a big part of Kellers success. If Guyer’s defense, which has been up and down, can’t slow down Tutt, the Indians could be poised for a season-making win.

Montgomery (3-0) at Spring Westfield (3-0)
The Houston team with the best résumé in town gets it fired up again tonight, as Spring Westfield — with wins over Manvel and Galena Park North Shore under its belt — takes on Montgomery in the District 15-6A opener. Montgomery’s defense has been great all season — 8 points allowed per game, with junior DE Cameron McLeod doing the heavy lifting — and should provide a tough test for QB Dillon Sterling-Cole and the Mustangs offense. The Bears might not have the firepower on offense to keep up with Westfield.

Waxahachie (3-1) at Mansfield Lake Ridge (4-0)
So the Indians score a huge win over rival Ennis, but lose star QB Jordan Kitna in the process. Most thought the offense will take a step back, instead, they hang 66 on Mansfield Legacy thanks to a huge game from RB Kenedy Snell, and lose 73-66, because the defense allowed 704 yards of total offense! That’s a bad omen, especially when facing QB Jett Duffey, RB Duke Carter and the sizzling Lake Ridge attack.

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