Bridgeland football team advances to Class 6A regional final
Bridgeland High School senior Mason Culton and the Bears defeated Cedar Hill, 32-18, in the Division II Region II-6A regional semifinals. The Bears advance to face Tomball in the regional final on Dec. 4 at Tomball ISD Stadium.
Nov. 29, 2021—The Bridgeland High School football team won its regional semifinal round postseason game and advanced to the regional final for the first time in program history.
In the Class 6A Division II playoff bracket, Bridgeland defeated Cedar Hill, 32-18, on Nov. 27 at Waco ISD Stadium. The Bears advance to the Region II final round where they will face Tomball on Saturday, Dec. 4 at 2 p.m. at Tomball ISD Stadium (20235 Cypress Rosehill Road). Bridgeland is designated as the visiting team.
Tickets for the playoff game will be sold online through Tomball ISD and will be $8 (adults) and $6 (students) apiece. Presale tickets are available for purchase beginning Tuesday, Nov. 30 at 6 a.m. Tickets at the gate will be sold for $10 apiece.
Bridgeland High School becomes the fifth CFISD football team to reach the regional finals since 2016. The Bears have advanced to the postseason in three of its four varsity seasons.
The Bridgeland football team played its first varsity season in 2018. The Bears have advanced to the playoffs the last three seasons, including 2020’s appearance in the Region II semifinals.
“Our community is absolutely amazing,” Bridgeland Head Coach David Raffield said following the win. “The community of Bridgeland High School and the things they do for us—from the turkey legs on Thursday to the sendoff on Saturday—are unbelievable. They’re the reason we’re able to be successful.”
Bridgeland is the fifth CFISD football team to reach the regional finals since 2016, with the Bears following Cypress Ridge (2016), Cy-Fair (2017 and 2018), Langham Creek (2017) and Cypress Creek (2018 and 2019) high schools.