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2021 Team Preview: Frisco Lone Star Rangers

Written by: Jason Kennedy 

Lone Star Rangers

Head Coach: Jeff Rayburn

Class 5A-D1 District 5

Location: Frisco, TX

2020 Lone Star Rangers Season Recap

For Frisco Lone Star, making a deep playoff run has become commonplace. 2020
was no exception. After getting off to a suprisingly slow start with non-district
losses to north forney and aledo, the rangers rolled over five straight district
opponents. This set up a district championship game with state champion Denton
Ryan the last week of the regular season.

The Rangers lost to Ryan, but rebounded to win area, beating W.T. White and
Magnolia, before losing to Highland Park in the third round. Not the ending
they hoped for, but another nice run for Rayburn’s squad. It was the fourth
year in a row they went at least three rounds deep.

2020 Results

At North Forney L 34-31
At Aledo L 34-32
Vs Heritage W 73-21
Vs Reedy W 42-14
At Denton W 62-6
At Wakeland W 42-14
At Centennial W 49-14
At Denton Ryan L 35-21
Vs Wt White (Bi-District) W 61-15
Vs Magnolia (Area) W 40-28
Vs Highland Park (Reg Semi) L 30-20


2021 Lone Star Rangers Preview

After two seasons of incredible production, this is it for QB Garret Rangel. The
Oklahoma State commit comes into the season with lofty expectations and a
new favorite target. Senior Ashton Jeanty (5’10, 200, 4.5) will move between
reiever and running back. Jeanty was almost impossible to cover at the state 7
on 7 tournament, where the Rangers finished in the final four. He currently has
twelve offers.

The offensive line will be led by senior Kyle Lofye (6’4, 290).
Key 2021 games include vs aledo, at Frisco Wakeland, and vs Denton Ryan


2021 Lone Star Rangers Player Spotlight

QB Garret Rangel is the favorite for MVP of the district. In his third season under
center, Rangel hopes this is the year he can lead the rangers to a state
championship. Rangel threw 27 touchdown passes last season, as he adjusted to
life without current ou standout marvin mims. With a strong group of skill
players surrounding him, Rangel should put up over 4,000 yards this year before
taking his talents to Stillwater.

CLICK HERE to see the Player Spotlight Interview with Garret


2021 District 5-5A Division I Final Standings Predictions

(by the Texas HS Football Staff)

  1. Denton Ryan Raiders
  2. Frisco Lone Star Rangers
  3. The Colony Cougars
  4. Frisco Wakeland Wolverines
  5. Frisco Reedy Lions
  6. Frisco Independence Knights
  7. Frisco Heritage Coyotes
  8. Frisco Centennial Titans
  9. Denton Broncos


CLICK HERE to see Texas HS Football 2021 Preseason Rankings: 5A Division 1

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