Callisburg (1-5) and Pottsboro (4-2) take on one another this Friday at 7:30 PM on Callisburg's home turf. Pottsboro will be looking to take advantage of a struggling Callisburg defense that has allowed an average of 28 points per game.
Callisburg had a rough outing against Pilot Point last week, losing 45 - 7. Callisburg was in a tough position by the half, with the score sitting at 45 - 7.
Meanwhile, Pottsboro had all the answers against Howe last week, winning 35 - 6. Senior Hunter Watson was especially active in the win, finding the end zone an impressive four times. Watson's longest touchdown was a 24-yard scramble in the first quarter.
The last time they met, Pottsboro was the decided 56 - 0 victor. Can Callisburg avoid another defeat? We'll see on Friday.
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