Former Allen Football Coach Takes on New Set of Eagles at Barbers Hill
Houston Chronicle

Content Source:houstonchronicle.com By Adam Coleman MONT BELVIEU – It’s a quiet Thursday in Mont Belvieu, like most afternoons in the blue-collar town 32 miles east of Houston. The only noise comes from Eagle Stadium, where Tom Westerberg is conducting a spring practice as the new Barbers Hill football coach and athletic director. Last year, he … Continue reading “Former Allen Football Coach Takes on New Set of Eagles at Barbers Hill”

Legendary Coach Chuck Curtis Passed Away After a Lengthy Illness
Scout

Content Source:scout.com Texas High School Football Hall of Fame member Chuck Curtis has passed away after a lengthy illness. Born on a Midlothian farm during the Great Depression, Curtis went on to be a star quarterback for TCU under Coach Abe Martin and captained TCU to Southwest Conference championships in 1955 and 1957. Curtis scored … Continue reading “Legendary Coach Chuck Curtis Passed Away After a Lengthy Illness”

McKinney Voters Approve $63 Million Expenditure To Build High School Football Stadium
Patch

Content Source:patch.com By TONY CANTU MCKINNEY, TX — It’s no secret that in Texas, high school football is king. Any doubt about the level of mania for the sport quickly dissipates by taking a look at McKinney, a town in North Texas, where voters have approved construction for what’s believed to be the nation’s most … Continue reading “McKinney Voters Approve $63 Million Expenditure To Build High School Football Stadium”

Dallas Area High Schools Lead Way in Producing NFL Draft Picks
Star-Telegram

Content Source:star-telegram.com BY JEFF CAPLAN Football is king in Texas, and Texas is king in football. Lone Star State high schools produced more picks in last week’s NFL Draft than those from any other state in the country. Thirty-two of the 253 players selected, more than 12 percent, hail from the talent-rich state of Texas. … Continue reading “Dallas Area High Schools Lead Way in Producing NFL Draft Picks”

LaDainian Tomlinson Loved to Play Both Sides of the Football
Waco Trib

Content Source:wacotrib.com By BRICE CHERRY Is it possible that one of the most accomplished running backs in football history missed his calling? Given his 18,456 all-purpose yards and 162 touchdowns in an 11-year NFL career, probably not. Consider, however, that before he made a name for himself for eluding tackles that LaDainian Tomlinson took special … Continue reading “LaDainian Tomlinson Loved to Play Both Sides of the Football”

Former Arlington High School Football Star Accused of Murder
Miami Herald

Content Source:Miamiherald.com BY MONICA S. NAGY ARLINGTON, TEXAS – A former Arlington High School running back who held records for rushing and scoring was in the Tarrant County Jail on Wednesday night facing a murder charge in the death of his 6-week-old daughter, according to law enforcement. Tavarreon Dickerson, 22, was booked into the jail … Continue reading “Former Arlington High School Football Star Accused of Murder”

Bob Ledbetter Proud to be a Molder of Integrity for his Players at Southlake Carroll
Waco Trib

Content Source:wacotrib.com By TREY GREGORY Bob Ledbetter is a man who wears many hats. He helps Texas high schools locate and hire athletic directors and football coaches though his company, Championship Search Firm. He is also an associate with Stream Energy. When he isn’t working he stays busy watching his grandkids play sports. But it … Continue reading “Bob Ledbetter Proud to be a Molder of Integrity for his Players at Southlake Carroll”