Heritage football wins last regular season game
By Danny Hirt —
Heritage School closed out the 2013 regular football season with a convincing 52-8 victory at Selma River City Believers Friday evening.
Now the Eagles will set their sites on this weekend’s first round of the TAPPS Division II six-man football playoffs as District 4’s third place representative.
Heritage will head to Wichita Falls Saturday to face WF Notre Dame Catholic School at 2 p.m.
Other District 4 teams involved with post-season action include league champion San Antonio Castle Hills (5-0, 10-0), second place Seguin Lifegate (4-1, 5-5), and fourth place finisher Believers (2-3, 5-4). Like Heritage, Believers made the playoffs as a wild-card team.
Win over Selma
Joe Meek was the go-to guy for Heritage, scoring six touchdowns (including two from interception returns) to lead the Eagles to a 52-8 victory Friday at Believers Christian School in Selma.
Meek was also top rusher in the contest, compiling 135 ground yards on 16 carries. In addition, he completed two of three passes for another 22 yards and a TD, that one coming with only 1:32 remaining in the game to teammate Joe Lucas on a 14-yard play.
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