2019 TAPPS Playoff Pairings

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It’s time for the postseason in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools. Below you can see the first round matchups in the TAPPS high school football playoffs.

Division I

Fort Worth Nolan vs. Bishop Dunne

San Antonio Central Catholic vs. Plano John Paul

Prestonwood vs. Tomball Concordia

San Antonio Antonian vs. Liberty Christian

Midland Christian vs. St. Pius X

Houston St. Thomas vs. Addison trinity Christian

Fort Worth All Saints vs. Bishop Lynch

Division II

Grapevine Faith vs. Tyler Grace Community

Dallas Christian vs. Fort Worth Christian

Frisco Legacy Christian vs. Brook Hill

Forth Worth Southwest Christian vs. Cedar Hill Trinity Christian

Austin Regents vs. Fort Bend Christian

Houston Lutheran South vs. Corpus Christi John Paul II

San Antonio Holy Cross vs. Victoria St. Joseph

Houston Second Baptist vs. Brentwood Christian

Division III

Lubbock Christian vs. Arlington Grace Prep

Flower Mound Coram Deo vs. Dallas Shelton

Lubbock Trinity Christian vs. Colleyville Covenant

Willow Park Trinity Christian vs. Arlington Pantego

Boerne Geneva vs. Houston Northland

Waco Reicher vs. League City Bay Area Christian

Austin TSD vs. Houston Lutheran North

San Marcos Academy vs. The Woodlands Christian

Division IV

The Woodlands Legacy Prep vs. Temple Central Texas

Hallettsville Sacred Heart vs. Dallas First Baptist

Fort Worth Calvary vs. Bryan Brazos

Beaumont Legacy Chrisitian vs. Dallas Covenant

Fort Worth Lake Country vs. San Antonio Gerard

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