Class 2A

WEEK 8 PREVIEW: Breaking down the biggest games in Texas high school football

China Spring-La Vega, Guyer-Allen, Cisco-Coleman highlight a huge week of Texas high school football.

Denton Guyer (5-1, 3-0) at Allen (6-0, 3-0) The big showdown in 6-6A doesn’t technically have playoff implications on the line as Guyer is bound for the Division II bracket, while Allen – the largest high school in the state – will be Division I. Guyer had no trouble with McKinney last week, rolling past the Lions 42-7 as the…

Vote for the Built By Nature Assistant Coach of the Week! — Week 7

Fan votes will decide who takes home the coveted honor for Week 7.

Dairy Max and Dave Campbell’s Texas Football are proud to team up this year to honor excellence in coaching, and the hard work that assistant coaches put in on a weekly basis to prepare their teams for battle. We invite fans across Texas to help us select the individual that will be named the Built by Nature Assistant Coach of…

Matt Stepp’s Ten Thoughts From Week 7

MATT STEPP LOOKS BACK AT THE WEEK THAT WAS IN TXHSFB!

Photo by Ashley Wirz District 2-6A Craziness In one of the state’s most fabled districts, craziness reigns supreme as the battle for the district’s final two playoff spots down the stretch should be intense. Here’s what we do know – as of the end of Week 7, San Angelo Central and Midland High sit unbeaten (MHS is 3-0; Central is…

Week 6 Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week: Christoval QB Trenton Burchett

Cougars QB takes home statewide honors for Week 6 of the 2016 Texas high school football season.

Congratulations to Christoval QB Trenton Burchett, the Week 6 winner of the Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week award, presented by Wells Fargo in conjunction with the Advocare V100 Texas Bowl. The 6-0, 198-pound senior ran for 205 yards and two touchdowns, added 89 yards and a touchdown through the air, and notched four tackles and a sack defensively in the Cougars’ 41-29 win over San Angelo…

A&M-Tennessee, Italy-Riesel highlight Slovacek’s I-35 Showdowns

Previewing another big weekend of action along the Central Texas corridor

To honor the loyal football fans that travel great distances to support their favorite team, DCTF and our friends from Slovacek’s in West, Texas are proud to present The Slovacek’s I-35 Showdowns of the Week. Texas A&M (5-0) vs. Tennessee (5-0) 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Kyle Field in College Station The second Saturday in October generally belongs to the sights…

WEEK 7 PREVIEW: Breaking down the biggest games in Texas high school football

Westlake-Lake Travis, Permian-Midland, La Vega-Liberty Hill highlight a huge week of Texas high school football.

Austin Westlake (5-1, 2-0) at Lake Travis (4-1, 1-0) This is the game of the year in the Austin area without question. Last year’s two state 6A runner-ups square off in a game for bragging rights and playoff implications. The winner likely will host a home playoff game while the loser will have to hope Hays Consolidated gets into the…

Vote for the Built By Nature Assistant Coach of the Week! — Week 6

Fan votes will decide who takes home the coveted honor for Week 6.

Dairy Max and Dave Campbell’s Texas Football are proud to team up this year to honor excellence in coaching, and the hard work that assistant coaches put in on a weekly basis to prepare their teams for battle. We invite fans across Texas to help us select the individual that will be named the Built by Nature Assistant Coach of…

Matt Stepp’s Ten Thoughts From Week 6

MATT STEPP LOOKS BACK AT THE WEEK THAT WAS IN TXHSFB!

Bubba Baxa (Courtesy Kohl’s Kicking) A Rare Attempt in Pasadena on Thursday Thursday night’s matchup between Pasadena Memorial and Pasadena Dobie on the surface was just your typical Pasadena ISD football game. Although it had some playoff implications (Memorial won 36-22 to take a big step towards the playoffs), there was something that occurred that you don’t see every day….

WEEK 6 PREVIEW: Breaking down the biggest games in Texas high school football

Carroll-Trinity, Carthage-Henderson, Cameron Yoe-Franklin highlight a huge week of Texas high school football.

Euless Trinity (4-0, 1-0) at Southlake Carroll (3-1,1-0) After dropping their season opener, many thought Southlake Carroll was in for a down year, but all the Dragons have done since is pull off three straight wins including an impressive 42-7 win over much improved Flower Mound. Senior RB Audricke Gaines, a Mansfield Timberview transfer, has certainly emerged for the Dragons…