Make Your Playoff Picks for the 7-7-7 Moody Gardens Giveaway
High school football playoffs are here. We are down to our last two weekends of our Friday Night Frenzy 7-7-7 Pick 'Em Contest sponsored by McWilliam's Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing. These are the guys that offer the 7-7-7 guarantee. That means they'll do repairs at your home 7 days a week from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. with no overtime charges.
Someone in East Texas will soon be winning free tickets to the many attractions along with a free hotel stay and rounds of golf at the Moody Gardens course.
That someone could be you if you are one of the contestants who have picked all 7 games correctly in our 7-7-7 Pick 'Em Contest.
7-7-7 Pick 'Em Contest
Every week, we will feature 7 high school football games from the Pineywoods. It's your job to try and pick the 7 teams you think will win. Anyone who picks all 7 games correctly will get an entry into a drawing that we will have following our last Friday Night Frenzy in mid-November.
Play every week because you'll get an entry every time you pick all 7 games correctly. One of our players got close last week and picked six out of seven correctly.
The drawing will be for a Moody Gardens Getaway to Galveston Island. This prize package includes a family four-pack to many of the Moody Garden attractions, a round of golf for two at the Moody Gardens Golf Course, and a one-night stay at the luxurious Moody Gardens Hotel.
This Week's Games
- Gilmer vs Center
- Shelbyville vs Groveton
- Diboll vs Buna
- Jasper vs Columbia
- Timpson vs Corrigan-Camden
- Orangefield vs Woodville
- Deweyville vs Mt. Enterprise
***ENTRIES THIS WEEK MUST BE RECEIVED BY 6 P.M. THURSDAY, NOV 9.
How To Enter
There are two ways. You can shoot us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can use the chat feature on our KICKS 105 App. Just include the 7 teams you believe will win. Be sure to also include your name and your hometown. All entries must be received by 7 p.m. on Friday. Only one entry per person and you must be at least 18 years of age to enter.
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