Yep Lake Travis has proven therselves at any level..
How about Lake Travis. They must be for real. That's unbelievable scoring 62 points on a team touted to be #1. What it boils down to is that Aledo has a great offense with Gray in the backfield and he'll probably score another 50 touchdowns before the season's over. However they don't have a defense. If Lake Travis stays healthy; I don't see anyone challenging them in 4A. I'd like to see them go up against 5A's top teams - they're moving up to 5A next season. Another thing; Lake Travis is pretty consistent -- they've won their first 3 games by 28,29 & 27 points. -- On the National scene; Louisville,Kentucky might be moving up in the polls. They beat Cincinnati Elder 56-7 last night. They go up against Cin. St. Xavier (3-0 beat Colerain last night 17-14) next week. I seen where the Cocoa,Fl. coach had higher regards for Colerain than he did for Dallas Skyline indicating that Skyline takes too many chances and that would be their downfall if matched up against Colerain. Of course that can be taken with a grain of salt.
And on Colerain and Skyline. Colerain is more a complete team, not saying they could beat Skyline.
It is just Skyline is running on pure Athleticism and strength and will be prone to make mistakes but from what I saw with both teams having a good D but Skyline looking much stronger on offense.
I would to say a pretty easy win for Skyline unless they have 6 turnovers.. They just don't have the speed across the board up in the north to me.
What I'm trying to say is Skyline looked so brutal that they would be hard to beat even with their mistakes.
Looks like it would take the a top 10 of Texas or a top few from the other big states to beat them. Colerain aint making that cut this year but i do like their retro style but that run gets stopped pretty quick around here.