2021 Texas high school football semifinal scores

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At the end of this weekend, the 2021 University Interscholastic League’s Texas high school football championship games will be set. Championship weekend at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, starts Wednesday with the Class 1A 6-man championships.

Below are all of the state semifinal scores in the 11-man classifications.

Class 6A Division I

State Semifinals

  • Duncanville (13-1) 35 Southlake Carroll (14-1) 9
  • Galena Park North Shore (14-1) 49 Lake Travis (12-3) 21

Class 6A Division II

State Semifinals

  • Denton Guyer (14-1) 59 Tomball (11-4) 14
  • Westlake (15-0) 46 Katy (14-1) 14

Class 5A Division I

State Semifinals

College Station (15-0) 28 Mansfield Summit (11-4) 21

Katy Paetow (14-1) 73 CC Flour Bluff (12-2) 14

Class 5A Division II

State Semifinals

Dallas South Oak Cliff (13-1) 44 Lubbock Cooper (13-2) 10

Liberty Hill (13-2) 42 Crosby 14

Class 4A Division I

State Semifinals

Stephenville (15-0) 38 WF Hirschi (12-3) 35

  • Austin LBJ (15-0) 38 Tyler Chapel Hill (11-4) 35

Class 4A Division II

State Semifinals

Gilmer (14-1) 27 Celina (12-2) 7

China Spring (15-0) 34 Cuero (13-2) 9

Class 3A Division I

State Semifinals

Brock (15-0) 35 Mount Vernon (14-1) 28

Lorena (13-2) 55 Lago Vista (10-4) 17

Class 3A Division II

State Semifinals

Gunter (15-0) 47 Lubbock Roosevelt (14-1) 12

Franklin (15-0) 28 Waskom (13-2) 14

Class 2A Division I

State Semifinals

Hawley (15-0) 19 Marlin (11-4) 12

Shiner (15-0) 35 Timpson (12-1) 28

Class 2A Division II

State Semifinals

Falls City (14-1) 24 Mart (14-1) 20

Stratford (14-1) 35 Albany (13-1) 14

  • Albany (13-0) vs Stratford (13-1), 6 p.m. Thursday at Lubbock – Lowry Field
  • Mart (14-0) vs Falls City (13-1), 7 p.m. Friday at Elgin Wildcat Stadium

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