Week 2 District 13-5A Insider

5 of the 8 teams are undefeated and a battle that inclues # 2 vs # 3!!!

Well nobody will be idle this weekend unless big IKE has something to say about it, and I'm not talking about the team from Aldine ISD. The obvious cream of the crop game to watch will be Beaumont West Brook vs Westfield.
  Home Team   Visitor Team
3 Beaumont West Brook 2 Westfield
52 Aldine 10 Klein Forest
12 Klein Oak 24 Cy Woods
39 Stratford 15 Spring
33 Klein 51 Kingwood
37 Klein Collins 57 Aldine MacArthur
62 Cy Creek 49 Tomball
79 Dekaney 23 College Park
Westfield @ Beaumont West Brook- Well theres no doubt this game is the top game in the area. Unfortunately most people are not going to take the hike to Beaumont to watch this # 2 vs #3 ranked teams in the area. West Brook is not a team that everybody in the Houston area knows but they could possibly make a big name for themselves with a win this weekend.
Klein Forest @ Aldine- After a dominating performance in Ohio vs Warren Howland in Zero Week the Golden Eagles had a bit of a letdown. Fortunately they snuck out of Pridgeon Stadium with a win. The defense allowed a whopping 302 yards through the air against Langham Creek but the main key was only allowed two scores. Oh, and the fact that Klein Forest has given up a total of 4 rushing yards all season doesnt hurt either!
Klein Oak vs Cy Woods- Everybody knew that Cy Woods was going to be at least an average team in their first varsity season but trust me Coach David Smith knows exactly what the new kids on the block are capable of and they will be prepared. After looking very sluggish on the defensive side of the football vs Cy Creek last week I would look to see that tested group play much better.
Spring @ Stratford- Ok, this game is not as sexy as last year because it is missing one key player, QB Andrew Luck. However, if you have been keeping up with the local teams you know that Spring has a lot of talent and this could be the season they put it all together. Spring won this game last year with Luck in the game so it should be near the same results.
Klein vs Kingwood- No doubt that the Bearkats worked extra hard this week during practice because Coach Stan Labay will not let his team get throttled on both sides of the football like they did last week against a dominating Cy Ridge team. Klein is lucky and should look alot better on defense because there are not many players like Russell Shephard around.
Klein Collins vs Aldine MacArthur- Last year this game might have been a battle of the cellar dwellars but Klein Collins has that spark about them now and with each win their confidence in themselves is just growing and growing.  Also, with a new coach comes a new system and with each game under their belt the players are getting more comfortable with it.
Tomball @ Cy Creek (KP)- Well I know your curious as what the KP stands for and since Cy Fair ISD now has 2 stadiums the KP will be Ken Pridgeon Stadium and BC will be the Berry Center. With that said KP might want to look into replacing the bulbs on the scoreboard after this game! Both of these teams will throw the ball all over the field and put up points, but also cant stop a junior high team from scoring.
Dekaney vs College Park- The Wildcats obviously are at a huge disadvantage with no senior on their football team and it is definitely showing for Coach Amendola and his young bunch. No doubt this program will succeed eventually, but the key word here is eventually. The Cavs probably wont be as good this season as their incredible run last year but still a very well coached football team.
Last year you were only able to get my "expert picks" for each of the games. This year I will put my district knowledge (and manhood) on the line as I take on fellow TexasPrepInsider writer Sarah Parker. 
Our Picks
Westfield by 3 Westfield by 3
Klein Forest by 12 Klein Forest by 10
Klein Oak by 6 Klein Oak by 3
Spring by 7 Spring by 9
Kingwood by 3 Kingwood by 7
Klein Collins by 8 Klein Collins by 7
Cy Creek by 2 Cy Creek by 7
College Park by 17 College Park by 14
      NAME                W L      
      JAY   6 2      
      SARAH 3 5 3      
Official Week 2 Picks -- Percentage Chance of Winning
Chance of Winning Projected Winning Team Chance of Winning Projected Losing Team
55% Westfield 45% Beaumont West Brook
75% Klein Forest 25% Aldine
61% Klein Oak 39% Cy Woods
64% Spring 36% Stratford
54% Kingwod 46% Klein
65% Klein Collins 35% MacArthur
60% Cy Creek     40% Tomball    
90% College Park 10% Dekaney
  District Rankings going into Week 2  
Area Ranking Team
2 Spring Westfield
10 Klein Forest
12 Klein Oak
15 Spring
32 Klein
37 Klein Collins
49 Tomball
79 Spring Dekaney
Projected Playoff Seeding Official Non-District Standings
D1 (1st) -    Westfield 8 of the 8 teams play in Week 2
D1 (2nd) -   Klein Forest Team Name Wins Losses  
D2 (1st) -    Klein Oak Klein Forest 2 0
D2 (2nd) -  Spring Spring 2 0
      Klein Collins 2 0
Projected 1st Round Playoffs Westfield 1 0
Division I Playoffs Klein Oak 1 0
13-4A (D1-1)  Westfield Klein 0 1
  vs.   Tomball 0 2
14-4A (D1-2)  DeKaney 0 2
      Official District Standings
Division I Playoffs District Play starts September 26th
13-4A (D1-2)  Klein Forest Team Name Wins Losses  
  vs.   Westfield 0 0
14-4A (D1-1) Klein Forest 0 0
      Klein Oak 0 0
Division II Playoffs Spring 0 0
13-4A (D2-1)  Klein Oak Klein 0 0
  vs.   Tomball 0 0
14-4A (D2-2) Klein Collins 0 0
       DeKaney 0 0
Division II Playoffs Last Week's Results
13-4A (D2-2)  Spring Klein Forest 17, La. Creek 14    Willis (4A) 16 ,DeKaney 14
  vs.   Klein Collins 21, Cy Fair 9   Spring 35, Humble 7
14-4A (D2-1) Oak Ridge 31, Tomball 28   Westfield 42, Cy Falls 27
  Klein Oak 38 Cy Creek 29   Cy Ridge 51, Klein 21
Players of the Week   UIL Realignment Numbers
Klein Oak SR RB Ossam Cook had an PS3 kind of day as he started the game off with a 98 yard TD run! He finished with 23 carries for 233 yards and 3 TD. Other notables are Spring RB Darell Haynes who rushed for 136 yards and 2 TD. The Westfield duo of Ja'Mes Logan (4 rec, 120 yards, 1TD) and Adam Watson (5 rec, 115 yards, 1TD). Westfield QB Jacoby Walker was 12-19 for 255 yards and 4 TD. Tomball WR Jordan Leslie had 10 rec for 135 yards and a TD.  
  1 Spring Westfield 3390
  2 Klein Forest 3478
  3 Klein  3267.5
  4 Klein Oak 3172
  5 Klein Collins 3235
  6 Spring 3183
  7 Spring Dekaney 2850
  8 Tomball 2720
Last Week in Review:    Westfield just dominated Cy Falls and looks like they are once again on track. Klein Oak played their first game after their game the weekend before was cancelled due to hurricane. Spring, Klein Forest. and Klein Collins found themselves at 2-0, and only one of those is a shock! The Lions looked very good in their win vs a depleted Humble team and will try to continue their winning ways.
Looking Ahead: One more week of non-district games for this set of teams and then it turns to crunch time and the best district in the area will begin to do battle from within.

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