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1985 Conference 2A Football

District Representatives: 1. Sanford-Fritch / Panhandle; 2. Memphis / Quanah; 3. Abernathy / Hale Center; 4. Lockney / Crosbyton; 5. Shallowater / Morton; 6. Hamlin / Haskell; 7. Van Horn / Marfa; 8. McCamey / Big Lake: Reagan Co.; 9. Electra / Holliday; 10. Pilot Point: Selz / Celina; 11. Eastland / Coleman; 12. Kennedale / Boyd; 13. Mason / San Saba; 14. McGregor / Glen Rose; 15. Crandall / Eustace; 16. Hubbard / Jewett: Leon; 17. Howe / Van Alstyne; 18. Cooper / Farmersville; 19. Diana: New Diana / Bogata: Rivercrest; 20. Quitman / Grand Saline; 21. Winona / Gladewater: Sabine; 22. Tatum / Elysian Fields; 23. Groveton / Alto; 24. Deweyville / Burkeville; 25. Troy / Temple: Academy; 26. Thorndale / Manor; 27. Shiner / Vanderbilt: Industrial; 28. East Bernard / Wallis: Brazos; 39. Comfort / Drippings Springs; 30. Lytle / Dilley; 31. Universal City: Randolph / Jourdanton; 32. Benavides / Woodsboro.

Bi-District: Sanford-Fritch 34, Quanah 15; Abernathy 56, Crosbyton 15; Shallowater 27, Haskell 7; Big Lake: Reagan Co. 40, Van Horn 12; Memphis 14, Panhandle 3; Hale Center 36, Lockney 12; Hamlin 46, Morton 12; McCamey 32, Marfa 14; Electra 54, Celina 27; Eastland 49, Boyd 0; Glen Rose 27, Mason 6; Jewett: Leon 26, Crandall 7; Pilot Point: Selz 30, Holliday 0; Kennedale 17, Coleman 7; San Saba 55, McGregor 3; Hubbard 14, Eustace 3; Howe 10, Farmersville 7; Grand Saline 32, Diana: New Diana 7; Winona 21, Elysian Fields 7; Groveton 55, Burkeville 12; Van Alystyne 6, Cooper 6; Quitman 35, Bogata: Rivercrest 0; Tatum 23, Gladewater: Sabine 7; Alto 3, Deweyville 0; Troy 26, Manor 7; Shiner 14, Wallis: Brazos 6; Dilley 15, Comfort 0; Universal City: Randolph 38, Woodsboro 21; Thorndale 54, Temple: Academy 20; East Bernard 34, Vanderbilt: Industrial 6; Lytle 14, Dripping Springs 9; Jourdanton 22, Benavides 21. Area: Abernathy 24, Sanford-Fritch 0; Big Lake: Reagan Co. 27, Shallowater 24; Memphis 60, Hale Center 6; Hamlin 25, McCamey 9; Electra 49, Eastland 14; Jewett: Leon 22, Glen Rose 8; Pilot Point: Selz 51, Kennedale 12; McGregor 28, Hubbard 0; Howe 18, Grand Saline 0; Groveton 21, Winona 6; Van Alstyne 25, Quitman 7; Tatum 21, Alto 3; Shiner 27, Troy 19; Universal City: Randolph 48, Dilley 6; Thorndale 40, East Bernard 21; Jourdanton 19, Lytle 14.

Regional: Abernathy 24, Big Lake: Reagan Co. 13; Hamlin 20, Memphis 7; Electra 33, Jewett: Leon 8; Pilot Point: Selz 23, McGregor 21; Groveton 16, Howe 14; Tatum 38, Van Alstyne 0; Shiner 44, Universal City: Randolph 28; Thorndale 15, Jourdanton 13.

Quarterfinal: Hamlin 23, Abernathy 12; Electra 29, Pilot Point: Selz 7; Groveton 40, Tatum 9; Shiner 66, Thorndale 26.

Semifinal: Electra 35, Hamlin 19; Groveton 21, Shiner 8.

Final: Electra 29, Groveton 13.

Members of the Conference 2A state champion Electra football team are Coach Rogers Lankford, Roger Branch, Doug Holbert, Taylor Forester, Jeff Goodwin, Buddy Richardson, Edward Willis, Brian Borton, Dan Green, Jeff Standard, Kevin Detmer, Rodney Bell, Coach Mark Bateman, Coach Dudley KeIm, Head Coach Joe Allen, Mike Nash, Ben Cotton, Mark Rowe, Brian Seale, Charlie Lott, Trace Reed, Grant Johnson, Johnny Taylor, Michael Nelson, Mike Nason, Coach Phillip Pitts, and Coach Steve Moody.

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