As we enter the final week of regular season football, Dave Campbell's Texas Football magazine ranked the 9-0 undefeated Cy Ranch Mustangs as the No. 8 team in the state.
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CYPRESS — It’s hard to argue with the Bible of Texas high school football.

It’s also hard to argue with an undefeated 9-0 record, as the Cy Ranch Mustangs head into the regular season finale this Thursday at 6:30 p.m. against the only other team in District 14-6A that has a shot at laying some claim to the district title, Tomball Memorial.

While the Mustangs are lossless at 7-0 in league action, the Wildcats are only one game back at 6-1. Tomball’s only loss came from Langham Creek, 28-21, a month ago in the district opener.

Jason Kelly (14) celebrates a punt blocked and returned for a touchdown with Keaton Dickey (26) in Cy Ranch’s 56-14 victory over Cy Springs at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium Oct. 13, 2018. (Cypress News Review photo by Creighton Holub)

The Wildcats have sliced through the rest of the district, their closest game saw a scoreboard where they only doubled their opponent’s scoring. The biggest differential was last week as they decimated Cy Springs, 65-17.

CBS has the Mustangs as the No. 9 team in the state, but has pegged Tomball as No. 39.

While all signs lean in Cy Ranch’s favor, that hasn’t stopped Tomball from drilling their opponents all season long.

Even if the Wildcats scratch the Mustangs, they’d still have to share the district title with Cy Ranch thanks to Langham Creek’s one-touchdown win last month. The Mustangs defeated the Lobos by a touchdown back in September.

The Mustangs are scheduled to host Tomball Memorial at the Cy-Fair FCU Stadium at the Berry Center this Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in what looks to become Cy Ranch’s toughest game so far this season.

Willie Eldridge (5) takes the handoff from Logan McDougald (10), while Elias Pino (11) moves to block for them. The Cy-Ranch Mustangs defeated Katy’s Cinco Ranch Cougars, 32-21, in the season opener at FCU Stadium Thursday night (Aug. 30, 2018). (Cypress News Review photo by Creighton Holub)

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