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Bosqueville meets Riesel in the Week 7 Game of the Week

6 News has complete Friday Night Lights coverage of the top playoff matchups in Central Texas high school football.
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This is week 7 of the Texas High School Football season and it comes with a 6 Sports Friday Night Lights Game of the Week.

In a huge District 8-2A Division I clash, the Riesel Indians host the Bosqueville Bulldogs with not only playoff implications, with the 6 Sports Game of the Week trophy on the line.

The Bulldogs were projected to win the district in Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine, preseason, with the Indians projected second.

Bosqueville enters with a 2-4 overall record, 1-1 in district after last week's 44-43 overtime loss to Italy.

Riesel enters 2-3 overall, 1-0 in district after last week's 64-48 win at Moody.

Weekend sports anchor Kurtis Quillin will be live from Fair Park Field in Riesel during 6 News' high school football coverage, including during an all-new Friday Night Lights with Niki Lattarulo and sports director Nick Canizales, beginning at 10:10.

6 News is proud to bring you the most highlights in Central Texas every Friday night.

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