Cedar Hill Longhorns Locked In As First Week Of Practice Concludes With A Midnight Showing
Jonathan Rodriguez

Photo via Jonathan Rodriguez, TexasHSFootball.com   The Cedar Hill Longhorns were finally able to fully turn the horns lose as they strapped up their pads for the first time this season and went to work as the clock struck midnight on Thursday to signify that Cedar Hill football is locked in for the upcoming season. … Continue reading “Cedar Hill Longhorns Locked In As First Week Of Practice Concludes With A Midnight Showing”

The Real Leading Rusher
Garrett Ross

Photo via John Glaser, TexasHSFootball.com   On November 16, 2012 the record books for career rushing yards were changed forever in high school football. After 59 years, the legendary Kenneth Hall had his record of 11,232 total rushing yards broken by Derrick Henry (Yulee HS Florida, Alabama, Tennessee Titans); but what if I told you … Continue reading “The Real Leading Rusher”

Safety Delarrin Turner-Yell Decommits From Baylor
Hunter Cooke

Photo via Gordon DeLoach, TexasHSFootball.com   Three-star safety Delarrin Turner-Yell of Hempstead has decommitted from Baylor, according to a post on his Twitter account. After all the prayer and long thoughts. I've decided to decommit from Baylor University.Please respect my decision , may god bless 🙏🏾 — Troubleman (@dtturner11) August 18, 2017 Turner-Yell was named … Continue reading “Safety Delarrin Turner-Yell Decommits From Baylor”

Tonight’s Preseason Game Could Be Another Preview At Potentially Historic Season For Mike Evans
Jonathan Rodriguez

Photo via Kim Klement, USA TODAY Sports   Four years removed from his days as a first-team All-SEC and first team All-American wide receiver for Texas A&M, Mike Evans has quickly worked and performed his way into one of the NFL’s top receivers. The former Galveston Ball High School standout is on the verge of … Continue reading “Tonight’s Preseason Game Could Be Another Preview At Potentially Historic Season For Mike Evans”

Review: What Carter Lost
Hunter Cooke

It’s a story you’ve more than likely heard by now if you’re a fan of Texas high school football – the story of the 1988 Dallas Carter Cowboys. If you’re unaware, I won’t ruin the whole thing for you here. It’s a long, complex tale that has a bunch of legal jargon in it that … Continue reading “Review: What Carter Lost”