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2019 Warrior SQT Pools, Brackets, Locations Revealed

With Lake Travis and Vista Ridge having already punched their College Station ticket, we're hoping to see two more Austin-area teams do the same this Saturday (May 25) at the annual Warriors SQT

Shout out to Coach Anthony Wood and company, working hard to put together this 7 on 7 State Qualifying Tournament each year. Below, you’ll find the four official pools and their locations.

POOL A (@ Westwood High School Turf)

  1. Westwood
  2. Lake Travis*
  3. Austin High
  4. Rouse
POOL A Notes: Austin High nearly qualified during LTSQT, but fell to Lake Travis in the Semifinal. With the Cavs already qualified, this pool really comes down to just 3 teams. Host school Westwood hopes to use it momentum from beating Bowie in LTSQT to propel a run this weekend.

POOL B (@ Westwood HS Practice Field)

  1. McNeil
  2. Anderson
  3. Hutto
  4. Bowie
Yes, Trinidad is back to eating. It’s great to see the Bowie signal caller back at 100%, and he’s hoping for one final shot at College Station. Hutto will attempt to bounce back from an 0-3 showing during LTSQT (coaches feel sea legs from Spring Game the evening before played a big role). Anderson and McNeil will be competing in their 1st SQT of ’19.

POOL C (@ Cedar Ridge HS Stadium)

  1. Cedar Ridge
  2. Stony Point
  3. Del Valle
  4. College Station
With 8 teams playing on Cedar Ridge campus, the Raiders are being considered a host school of sorts. They are hoping to get back to the State tournament for the first time since 2017. Stony Point is competing in their first SQT of the year. Del Valle had a solid showing during LTSQT, but was without Fab Frosh Caleb Burton (’22). They expect to be fully rostered for Warrior SQT.

POOL D (@ Cedar Ridge Lower Field)

  1. Round Rock
  2. Abilene Cooper
  3. Westlake
  4. Hendrickson
Its a homecoming of sorts for Westlake WR Ryan Lindley (’20), who played his 1st two seasons for Westwood. The Chaps nearly qualified during LTSQT, but were upset by a sneaky talented Vista Ridge. Missing key players due to baseball playoffs, Westlake could be back with a vengeance. Same could be said for Hendrickson, geting knocked off in the LTSQT semifinal by Lake Travis. Round Rock is competing in its first SQT of ’19, with an exciting cast of young talent, led by QB Seth Ford (’21).

9AM POOL GAMES

TEAM 1 VS. TEAM 2, TEAM 3 VS. TEAM 4

10AM POOL GAMES

TEAM 1 VS. TEAM 3, TEAM 2 VS. TEAM 4

11AM POOL GAMES

TEAM 1 VS TEAM 4, TEAM 2 VS. TEAM 3