Week 3 Games To Watch In The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex

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The D/FW Metroplex will have some fierce matchups on slate come Week 3 as teams are getting geared for the district competitions with their last bit of non-district competition. Here is a look at some of the best games to check out come Week 3.

Midland vs DeSoto (9/15) Eagle Stadium

It’s always fun when you pit two remarkable programs from different areas of the state and have them go at it and Midland vs DeSoto will be sure to provide a high energy, competitive and playoff-like atmosphere and if it’s anything like last year’s thriller, this will surely be one to keep on your radar.

Alvarado vs Kennedale (9/15) Wildcat Stadium

Two 4A programs that combined for 20 wins last season and you can bet that both will be looking forward to this game as it provides some stifling competition that should bode well for both programs as they prepare for successful district runs.

Argyle vs Celina (9/15) Bobcat Stadium

Both of these teams had 11-win seasons and Celina looks to avenge their lopsided loss from last year as both teams are primed for deep playoff runs again this year.

Colleyville Heritage vs Euless Trinity (9/15) Bedford’s Pennington Stadium

Colleyville’s defensive front will meet Trinity’s rushing attack and if you’re a fan of smashmouth football, it’s sure to be featured in this game. Trinity will also have to slow down the offensive playmakers that
are featured in the Heritage receiving corps.

Coppell vs Allen (9/15) Eagle Stadium

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Two 6A programs that always bring a crowd on both sides and that will have someone heading into district play with a chip on their shoulder following the conclusion of this game.

Mansfield Legacy vs Aledo (9/15) Bearcat Stadium

This game last year saw the combined score from both teams hit the 100-point mark and will have big hits, big plays and a big score once again.


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