Top High School Football Defenses in Houston Area

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Tristian Teppet
November 1, 2016

XenithLogo_NewStar_Black-1Baytown Christian 8-0 54 PA
The Bulldogs have had only one game where they have allowed point until this week when they allowed 30 points to Covenant Christian. They allowed 24 points in a home win over Apple Springs on Sept. 23. They also have a forfeited game on Sept. 9 when they didn’t allow a point, but otherwise the Bulldogs have shutout the season. Along with Apple Springs, they won 64-0 over Lifestyle Christian, 46-0 over Gustine and 53-0 over Clear Lake Christian. In three road games, they won 45-0 over Community Christian, 47-0 over Lutheran and 68-0 over Living Stones Christian.

Cypress Christian 8-0 56 PA
The undefeated Warriors have thrown two shutouts on their schedule, one in their recent game at the Woodlands Christian Academy and their first game at home against Brazos Christian. In four games they allowed no more than eight points, including seven to Lutheran North, eight to Legacy Christian Academy, seven to Legacy Prep Christian Academy and six to Rosehill Christian. In two games they allowed 12 points at First Baptist Christian and 13 points at Bay Area Christian. Their game this week they allowed another measly three points to Logos Prep Academy.

Northland Christian 8-0 60 PA
The Cougars allowed a season-high 30 points last week in a road win over Legacy Christian Academy. Prior to that, their high of points allowed was 17 points in their first game at home against Lutheran South Academy. They also allowed six points at Rosehill Christian and seven points at Logos Prep Academy. Otherwise the Cougars have four shutouts: 64-0 at home against Legacy Prep Christian Academy, 63-0 at home against Bay Area Christian, 55-0 at home against the Woodlands Christian Academy and 54-0 at home against Lutheran North.

Ridge Point 8-0 71 PA
The Panthers have three shutouts. They won 56-0 two weeks ago at home against Fort Bend Austin, at home again over Stratford and 49-0 at Lamar Consolidated. In two wins they held teams below 10 points, including eight points at Fort Bend Kempner and three points at home to Fort Bend Clements. They allowed 10 points at Kingwood, 16 points at Fort Bend Travis and 21 points at home against Fort Bend Dulles. They surprisingly allowed Fort Bend Bush to rack up 13 points in last weeks game.

Manvel 8-0 95 PA
The Mavericks have two shutouts and they both came on the road. They won 36-0 at Pearland and 41-0 at Fort Bend Willowridge. They won 63-6 at home against Fort Bend Marshall. Every other team has scored at least 10 points, including a high of 21 points at home against Crosby and Santa Fe. They allowed 14 points at Fort Bend Elkins and 13 points at North Shore. They allowed 10 points at home against Galveston Ball and Texas City.

Lamar 7-1 98 PA
Lamar’s two shutouts were 51-0 at home against Fort Bend Hightower and 49-0 on the road at Chavez. The most the Texans have allowed in a game was 28 at home against Westfield. They allowed 14 points in a loss at Klein Collins and they allowed 13 points at home against Houston Heights. They allowed seven points two weeks at Houston Math Science and Tech and seven points at home against Westside. They allowed six points at Alief Elsik.

Alief Taylor 8-0 112 PA
The Lions allowed a season-high 32 points two weeks at home to Alief Hastings and another 28 this week to Pearland Dawson. Before that the high was 14 points, which they allowed three times. They allowed 14 points in their first game at Fort Bend Bush, on the road again at Dekaney and home against Pearland. They allowed seven points at Alief Elsik and three points at Seven Lakes. They also shutout Cypress Falls 25-0 at home and Brazoswood 35-0 on the road.

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