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)16 Friday, November 11, 2016 - The News - PagelB !. t l- d e g Normal Lake Level iis 322.00 feet above Mean Sea Level. Current level for Cedar Creek Lake is: 320.24 WATER TEMPERATURE: 71 degrees Upcoming Events Local football games November 11 Bi.district Playoffs Malakoff vs. Troy at MISD Stadium in Midlothian at 7:30 p.m. November 17.19 Area Playoffs Opponents, dates, sites and times to be determined after tonight's bi-district games. Local basketball games Girls Basketball November 15 Malakoff vs. Life School Waxahachie I Cross Roads@ All Saints Episcopal Trinidad @ Abbott Boys Basketball November 15 Athens vs. Sulphur Springs Trinidad @ Abbott Cross Roads @ All Saints Episcopal Trinidad @ Abbott Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center 20th Anniversary Celebration Celebrate 20 years of conservation and education at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center! Free admission! The event will be held on Nov. 19. The News Staff Reports ATHENS-The Athens Hornets sent their eight senior football players out with something spe- cial on senior night- a victory. The Hornets overwhelmed Browns- boro 32-13 on Nov. 4 at Bruce Field. With the victory, Ath- ens improved to 2-8 overall, 2-4 in district, but lost out on making the playoffs based on the points system used by the district. Crandall's win over Mabank gave the Pirates the final playoff spot in District 8-4A. Brownsboro started the scoring when Ja- mal Bell threw a 27- yard touchdown pass to Clayton Orr, giving the Bears a 7-0 lead. Athens answered right back, as Athens junior quarterback Xavius Ful- ton scampered for a 65- yard touchdown midway through the first quarter. The ensuing extra point was missed. Brownsboro would strike again just over a minute and a half later as Saul Williams ran six yards for a Bear touch- down, extending the lead to 13-6. That would be all the scoring the Bears would do on the night however. Late in the first half, senior running back Noah Bush would score from one yard out to tie the game at 13 going into the locker room at halftime. It didn't take long for the Hornets to take the lead in the third quarter, as Bush scored again, this time from three yards out, giving the Hornets their first lead of the game at 19-13. The drive took two minutes and 40 seconds. Quarterback Javiry Bowman gave the Hor- nets a 12-point lead with a 20-yard run midway through the third quarter. Bush would add his third score of the game with a touchdown run with just less than four minutes remaining in the game, this time from 14 yards. Bush ran for 168 yards The News Photo~Sam Epps Hornet freshman running back Jerquindon Taylor rushes around the left side of the line in Athens' 32-13 win over Brownsboro on senior night at Bruce Field. Taylor rushed for 72 yards in the Hornets' final game of the season. The Hornets finished 2-8 on the season. on 23 carries in his final high school game. Ful- ton had five carries for 77 yards, Jerquindon Tayler rushed for 72 yards on his eight at- tempts, and senior Maa- lik Hall ran carried the ball six times for 42 yards. The Hornets had 415 yards of total of- fense on the night. The News Photo/Sam Epps Athens senior Iinebacker/running back Noah Bush grabs hold of a Brownsboro runner in the Hornets' 32-13 victory over the Bears at Bruce Field on Nov. 4. The Hornets' win on senior night improved their final record to 2-8 on the season. ATHENS Water lightly stained; 71-74 degrees; 0.85' low. Black bass are fair on weightless Flukes and Carolina rigged creature baits. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs. Catfish are good on pre- pared bait. CEDAR CREEK Water lightly stained; 71-74 degrees; 1.86' low. Black bass are good on Texas rigged worms, squarebill crankbaits and spinnerbaits near shallow cover and docks. White bass are good on slabs and min- nows. Hybrid striper are good on slabs. Crappie are fair on jigs. Catfish are fair on trotlines and prepared bait. FAIRFIELD Black bass fishing re- ported as significantly improved. TPWD dis- continued stocking the lake after the fish kill in September 2011. Red- fish survived the kill in limited numbers. GRANBURY Water stained; 81- 85 degrees; 0.01' low,. Black bass are good on chartreuse spinner- baits, crankbaits, and Rat-L-Traps off points. Striped bass are fair on slab spoons. White bass are fair on minnows and white spinnerbaits. Crappie are good on minnows and blue tube jigs. Catfish are good on stinkbait, shrimp, and liver. JOE POOL Water lightly stained; 70-74 degrees; 1.35' low. Black bass are fair on weightless Senkos, spinnerbaits and buzz- baits. White bass are Fish See Page 2B By Rollin Hadsell The News Sports Writer TRINIDAD-The Trinidad Trojans came into their regular season finale with only Oak- wood in the way of them and the playoffs. Un- fortunately, Oakwood's quarterback was just too much for the Trojans to handle, as the Panthers came into Trinidad and defeated the Trojans 61- 12. The loss keeps Trini- dad out of the playoffs, as Oakwood claims the final playoff spot from the district. Oakwood started the scoring early, as quar- terback Ethan Edgemon threw a 44-yard touch- down pass just two rain- utes into the game. The extra point was missed, and Oakwood led 6-0 early in the first quarter. After both teams had to turn the ball over on downs, the Trojans took possession of the ball looking to tie the score. The drive would not last long however, as the Trojans fumbled the snap, giving the ball back to Oakwood in Trojan territory at the 38 -yard line. Oakwood took two plays to score, as run- n'mg back Jerimiah Sar- gent had a 10-yard run, and Edgemon finished off the drive with a 28- Trojans See Page 2B The News Staff Photo/Rollin Hadsefl Trinidad senior running back Jerry Bannister fights for yardage in the Trojans' 61-12 loss to Oakwood on senior night on Nov. 4. at Trojan Field. The loss ended the Trinidad's shot at a playoff berth. The Tro|ans ended the seasou w 'th a record ot 5-5. t 7