Marshall Hires Former DeSoto HC Claude Mathis As Next Head Coach

Photo via marshallmavericks.net A former DeSoto head coach is getting back into the high school coaching ranks, this time in East Texas. Claude Mathis was officially hired on Thursday by Marshall ISD as the next head coach of the Marshall Mavericks. The move was first reported by David Smoak on Monday and confirmed by Matt Stepp … Continue reading “Marshall Hires Former DeSoto HC Claude Mathis As Next Head Coach”

Flower Mound Marcus Will Have Some New Faces, But Will Expect A Familiar Result IN 2017

Photo via Steve Nurenburg, Fort Worth Star-Telegram   Flower Mound Marcus was one win away from entering the postseason and it would have been in stellar fashion if they would have beat a storied and outstanding Euless Trinity program in the regular season finale. Unfortunately, Marcus came up a hair short and missed out on … Continue reading “Flower Mound Marcus Will Have Some New Faces, But Will Expect A Familiar Result IN 2017”

UMHB Quarterback To Have Pro Day At Baylor

Photo via Michael Shroyer/AP Photo   One of the most overlooked storylines in the entirety of college football this year was UMHB’s miraculous run to the championship. It’s not that the Cru are bad, it’s just the first year since 2005 that a team not named Mount Union or Wisconsin-Whitewater has won the title. Breaking … Continue reading “UMHB Quarterback To Have Pro Day At Baylor”

Leadership, Continuity Key To Success For College Station Cougars

Photo via Alfredo Vazquez, TexasHSFootball.com   For a program that prides themselves on progressing through continuity, there’s a different look to the 2017 offseason for the College Station Cougars. After narrowly missing out on a chance to play for the Class 5A State Title last December, playing deep into the season pushed back the Cougars … Continue reading “Leadership, Continuity Key To Success For College Station Cougars”

Can Flower Mound Steal The Show Within The District in 2017?

Photo via hudl.com   Flower Mound finished 2016 with a 4-6 record that placed them with a sixth place finish in District 5-6A. But credit to the players and staff involved as Flower Mound was able to revert the course of their season after a 1-3 start to get back to the .500 mark at … Continue reading “Can Flower Mound Steal The Show Within The District in 2017?”

Aware, Ready and Unafraid

Black Tree The formal launch of BLACK TREE signals a new era for self-awareness, survival techniques and a personal level of self-confidence that the public demands in today’s world of uncertainty. In the United States alone, the latest formal reports on committed crimes is staggering. Although the latest reports reflect previous year’s data, the indications … Continue reading “Aware, Ready and Unafraid”

Witten Given Four Year Extension, Will End Career In Dallas

Photo via Matthew Emmons, USA Today Sports   The Cowboys’ loss in the playoffs at the hands of the Green Bay Packers had some wondering if longtime Dallas tight end Jason Witten was considering retirement. Dejected, Witten gave answers on how difficult the defeat was, claiming that his unit was the most special team he … Continue reading “Witten Given Four Year Extension, Will End Career In Dallas”

Amarillo River Road Hires Bryan Welps As New Head Coach

Photo via 806hssc.com A familiar face is returning to the Texas Panhandle. Brownfield head coach Bryan Welps was officially named the new head coach at Amarillo River Road by River Road ISD in a special board meeting on Wednesday morning. The move was first reported by Lance Lahnert on Tuesday. Breaking news: Our sources say … Continue reading “Amarillo River Road Hires Bryan Welps As New Head Coach”

West Rusk LB Tyree Wilson Commits To Washington State

Photo via hudl.com   The Mad Pirate will continue to recruit Texas forever, likely because of his former job with Texas Tech. His latest signee is a great one out of West Rusk, linebacker Tyree Wilson. pic.twitter.com/TIoUz7MaJb — [Tÿrëë Wïlśöñ]•7️⃣ (@tyreesoclean23) March 29, 2017 Wilson had 68 solo tackles in West Rusk’s 2016 season, scoring … Continue reading “West Rusk LB Tyree Wilson Commits To Washington State”

Fresh Off State Title Run, Bo Robinson Believes Yoakum Could Be Even Better In 2017

Photo via Raymond Rosas, TexasHSFootball.com The Yoakum Bulldogs could be considered as one of the biggest surprises in the state in 2016. With a 2-4 overall record and 0-2 record in district play, it may have looked like it just wasn’t their year. But then, the tables turned as the Bulldogs ripped off nine wins … Continue reading “Fresh Off State Title Run, Bo Robinson Believes Yoakum Could Be Even Better In 2017”