2017 Preview – Refugio Reloads, Looks To Repeat As State Champs
Scott McDonald

Photo via Joseph Nguyen, TexasHSFootball.com   The Refugio Bobcats have missed the playoffs just once in the last 40 years, and they still had a winning record that 1991 season.   It just shows how dominant, successful and consistent the Coast Bend school has been over several decades. Of all they’ve achieved through the years, … Continue reading “2017 Preview – Refugio Reloads, Looks To Repeat As State Champs”

Dickinson’s Montel Parker Out To Prove Gators Not Just A Defensive Team
Hunter Cooke

Photo via John Glaser, TexasHSFootball.com   When the Dickinson Gators come to mind, most automatically think about the defensive side of the ball. At the very least, that’s been the case over the past few years, especially in 2016. The Gators locked down stellar Friendswood quarterback Tyler Page last season, holding him to 16 points. … Continue reading “Dickinson’s Montel Parker Out To Prove Gators Not Just A Defensive Team”

The Mailbag – Answering All Your Questions About Anything At All – 7.28.17
Hunter Cooke

Every week, TexasHSFootball.com Managing Editor Hunter Cooke will answer all of your questions about whatever you wish to ask him. All question askers will remain anonymous.  Which Texas high school football program has the richest history? There’s no realistic way to answer this without making someone, somewhere mad. In my opinion, it’s more than state … Continue reading “The Mailbag – Answering All Your Questions About Anything At All – 7.28.17”

Longview-Marshall Rivalry To Be Featured On Great American Rivalry Series
Tony Venegas

Photo via Ginger Cannon, Longview ISD One of the oldest rivalries in all of Texas high school football is getting more national exposure. The Longview and Marshall rivalry game will be featured on the Great American Rivalry Series this upcoming season, announced Wednesday by Longview head coach John King and first reported by Hayden Henry … Continue reading “Longview-Marshall Rivalry To Be Featured On Great American Rivalry Series”

DISTRICT PICKS: Who Emerges On Top From A Wide Open District 32-6A?
TexasHSFootball.com Staff Writers

Photo via Dan Gomez   Tony Venegas District 32-6A should provide some dram and fireworks this season. With 8 returning starters on defense, Weslaco East should be right in the mix in 2017. Meanwhile, over in Harlingen, the Cardinals should be strong again under head coach Danny Gomez. Ultimately, I think San Benito does have … Continue reading “DISTRICT PICKS: Who Emerges On Top From A Wide Open District 32-6A?”

Holloway, Millsap Ready To Shoulder Two-Way Burden For Abilene
Hunter Cooke

Photo via Hunter Cooke, TexasHSFootball.com   Things are going to be very, very different for the Abilene Eagles this year. Their 2016 campaign was more than solid. They suffered a slightly embarrassing blowout loss to San Angelo Central in the season opener, but absolutely caught fire during their district scheduling. The closest anyone got to … Continue reading “Holloway, Millsap Ready To Shoulder Two-Way Burden For Abilene”