Argyle wide receiver Adam Schleder (7) runs after he catches a pass and is chased down by Paris' Jaylen Henderson (4) at Eagle Stadium.

Below are the Week 10 high school football capsules for Argyle, Aubrey, Krum, Liberty Christian, Sanger, Ponder and Calvary:

Anna at Argyle

Where: Eagle Stadium

Time: 7 p.m.

Records: Argyle (8-0, 4-0 district), Anna (4-4, 1-3)

What’s on the line: Argyle is well on its way to another district championship and just needs to get past Anna and Celina to get into the postseason with the No. 1 seed out of District 7-4A (Division I). The Eagles are coming off an impressive dismantling of Melissa in which Argyle put up 58 points and 661 yards of offense. Anna’s only win in district play came against Paris North Lamar, and the Coyotes have been shut out the last three weeks in losses to Paris, Melissa and Celina.

Aubrey at Graham

Where: Newton Field

Time: 7 p.m.

Records: Aubrey (2-6, 1-2), Graham (5-3, 3-0)

What’s on the line: Aubrey fell just short of a miraculous comeback in a tough loss to Iowa Park, and the Chaparrals now face the tough task of traveling to Graham, which is undefeated in district play and has won five straight. Aubrey is in a tie with Bridgeport for the fourth playoff spot and will take on the Bulls next week in the regular-season finale.

Vernon at Krum

Where: Bobcat Stadium

Time: 7 p.m.

Records: Krum (0-8, 0-3), Vernon (3-5, 2-1)

What’s on the line: Krum still has an outside chance at making the playoffs, despite its 0-8 record, but the Bobcats desperately need a win against Vernon to keep their hopes alive. Krum has lost its three district games by an average of more than 33 points, while Vernon is coming off an exciting 44-40 win over Bridgeport.

Liberty Christian at Addison Trinity Christian

Where: Tom Landry Stadium

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Records: Liberty Christian (4-4, 2-1), Addison Trinity Christian (1-7, 0-3)

What’s on the line: Liberty Christian has won its last two district games after falling to Fort Worth Nolan Catholic in the district opener, and the Warriors have their offense rolling while scoring at least 41 points each of the last two weeks. Addison Trinity Christian is winless in district and has lost seven straight since defeating Dallas Episcopal in Week 1, giving the Warriors a strong chance to further their hold on second place.

Melissa at Sanger

Where: Indian Stadium

Time: 7 p.m.

Records: Sanger (0-8, 0-4), Melissa (5-3, 2-2)

What’s on the line: Melissa had won two straight before running into Argyle, so the Cardinals will have a lot to play for as they look to improve their seeding for the postseason. Sanger is coming off a 55-20 loss to Paris, though the Indians were able to move the ball at times and showed promise against one of the top teams in the district. While Sanger isn’t out of the playoff picture, it has to win out to have a chance at advancing to the postseason.

Ponder at Whitesboro

Where: Bearcat Stadium

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Records: Ponder (2-7, 0-5), Whitesboro (5-3, 2-2)

What’s on the line: Ponder’s losing streak grew to five last week when the Lions fell to Brock 58-7, and the team will close out the season against Whitesboro. Ponder is eliminated from postseason contention but can play spoiler, as Whitesboro needs a win to hold on to the fourth seed out of District 4-3A (Division I). The Bearcats were off last week but nearly shocked Brock in a 34-29 loss Oct. 19.

Lucas Christian at Calvary

Where: Ryan

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Records: Calvary (4-4, 1-3), Lucas Christian (3-6, 2-3)

What’s on the line: Calvary got its first district win over Rockwall Heritage Christian last week to escape last place in TAPPS Six-Man Division I District 1, and now the Lions will look to make another jump in the standings as they take on Lucas Christian. The Warriors are in fourth place and have lost three straight since defeating Heritage 46-23 on Oct. 5.

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