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Game of the Week: Bowie at Henrietta

Our HomeZone Game of the Week for Week 3 features the Bowie Jackrabbits visiting the Henrietta Bearcats, with a 7:30 p.m. kickoff at Bearcat Stadium!

These teams have played many times in their histories, with the two towns sitting just about 30 miles apart along Highway 287. Bowie leads the all-time season series, 51-18 with two ties, according to the Lone Star Football Network, and has won the past two meetings, each the past two seasons.

This season, Henrietta is 2-0 with wins over Electra (35-6) in Week 1 and at Paradise (20-13) in Week 2.

The Jackrabbits are 1-1, having lost 40-28 at Hirschi in Week 1 and then beaten Lake Worth 41-35 at home, in overtime.

Tune in all week to Newschannel 6 at 6 and 10 to hear from both teams, then check out the Friday Night High School Football Update at 10:30 for full highlights of the game!

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