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TUFL Playoffs: North Texas, Vernon Advance

The North Texas Falcons opened up the Texas United Football League with a 16-3 win over Parker County at City View High School's Veteran Field.

The team, seeded fourth of 16 teams, will face the #5 Port City Jaguars (9-2) next week at home.

The Falcons finished the regular season at 9-1, leading the league in scoring at 31.9 points a game.

In other TUFL playoff action, the #8 Vernon Texans defeated the #9 Mexia Trojans 41-20.

The win improves the Texans to a record of 8-3. They will visit the third-seeded DFW Xpress (10-1) next week in the league quarterfinals.

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