All five Shelby County varsity football teams will compete in district games this week.
The Center Roughriders took a tough 56-14 road loss to the Carthage Bulldogs last Friday. Center is now 4-2 overall and they have a 0-1 District 10 4-A record. This week they will host the Shephard Pirates who are 1-5. They lost on the road at Madisonville last week by a 27-0 score.
The Joaquin Rams beat the San Augustine Wolves by a narrow 30-28 score on the road last week. The Rams are 2-0 in District 10 2A-1 action. Their overall record is 6-0. This Friday they will host the 1-4 West Hardin Oilers. The Oilers lost to the San Augustine Wolves by a 45-0 score on October 2.
The Shelbyville Dragons had a bye week. Their record stands at 1-3. The Dragons will travel to Garrison High School for a road game with the 2-4 Bulldogs. The game kicks off at 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 15, 2020. GHS lost to Timpson last week by a 34-6 score.
The Timpson Bears enjoyed a 34-6 Homecoming win over the Garrison Bulldogs. Their record stands at 7-0 overall and their District 10 2A-1 record is 2-0. This Friday they will host the San Augustine Wolves at Bears Stadium. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.
The Tenaha Tigers defeated the visiting West Sabine Tigers varsity football team by a 36-16 score. This win boosted the Tenaha District 11 2A conference mark to 3-0. They are atop the district standings. The THS season mark is now 4-2. Tenaha will travel to Mount Enterprise next Friday, October 16, 2020 for a 7 p.m. kickoff at Wildcats Stadium.