HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Bowie meets No. 1 Brock Friday

It’s official.
Brock week is here, and the Bowie High School football team will play the No. 1 ranked team in Conference 3A, Division I on Oct. 21.
That’s according to Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine’s ratings.
The Eagles are coming off a 36-6 victory over Paradise.
Malakoff is second, Franklin third, Sunnyvale fourth, La Marque fifth and Grandview seventh.
Newton defeated Garrison 43-6 to remain No. 1 in 3A Division II with East Bernard second, Gunter third, Canadian fourth, Arp fifth, Cisco seventh and Eastland 10th.
Refugio (6-1) trounced Yorktown 55-6 to keep a hold of the top spot in Conference 2A Division I with Mart second. Post is third.
In Conference 2A Division II, defending state champion Bremond remains No. 1 after a 56-22 victory over Frost. Iraan is second, Tenaha third and Albany fourth.
Muenster defeated Lindsay 61-34 in the “Kraut Bowl” to keep fifth. Munday is sixth, Electra seventh, Memphis eighth and Wellington ninth.
Happy blanked Follett 52-0 to remain in front in the Conference 1A Division I poll with idle Jonesboro second. Ira is third, Borden County fourth and Zephyr fifth.
Richland Springs had little trouble with Rockwall Heritage, winning 54-6, to keep its hold on the top spot in 1A Division II. Read more in the Oct. 19 Bowie News. Dave Campbell’s rankings run every week during the season in The Bowie News.

Brock Eagles. (Logo provided by the Brock Independent School District, used with permission)