The Highland Park Scots
Head Coach: Randy Allen
Location: Dallas, TX
The Scots were hit hard by graduation, but the cupboard is not totally bare. They do return 4 players on offense and 2 on defense.
QB Brennan Stoner takes over the signal calling duties. Stoner will have some experience pass catchers to throw to in WR John Rutledge, WR Jackson Heis, and WR Grayson Schrank.
Only one starter returns on the offensive line in OG Grant Gibson (6-4, 280), but LT Robert Sweeney (6-6, 250) is there to help out.
On the defensive side of the ball, DE Jack Curtis (6-4, 220) and LB George Wright (6-0, 205) return.
The Scots are 38-3 over the last three seasons, and are 112-2 at home since 1999.
8/27 Southlake Carroll
9/3 Horn (Home)
9/17 Rockwall (Home)
10/8 Longview (Home)
10/15 McKinney North
10/22 Tyler (Homecoming)
10/29 West Mesquite
11/5 Wylie East (Home)
2021 District 7-5A Division I Final Standings Predictions
(by Texas HS Football Staff)
- Longview Lobos
- Highland Park Scots
- Sherman Bobcats
- McKinney North Bulldogs
- West Mesquite Wranglers
- Tyler Lions
- Wylie East Raiders
2020 Season Recap
In a 2020 season rocked by a pandemic, the Scots managed to go 11-1. The first game on the schedule, vs Austin Westlake, was cancelled. Then they reeled off 11 straight victories before losing to Denton Ryan in the 5A state quarterfinals.
The Scots were led by QB Braden Schager, who threw for 3100 yards and 25 touchdowns, and was named District 7-5A MVP.
He signed to play his college ball at Hawaii.
Highland Park averaged 40 points per game on offense, scoring 50+ points three times.