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Upon further review: Key takeaways from high school Week 9 action

In the monsoon that covered Texas, multiple teams pulled off statement victories.

Photo by Christopher Farias Week 9 of the Texas high school football season was dominated by the weather, but the large majority of games were still played across the state despite numerous rescheduling of games and a few postponements due to lightning and heavy rain across the state. Here are a few things we learned. 1. Class 6A had three…

Week 8 Player of the Week: White Oak WR Dax Davis

White Oak WR takes home statewide honors for Week 8 of the 2015 Texas high school football season.

Photo by John Murphy Congratulations to White Oak wide receiver Dax Davis, the Week 8 winner of the Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week award, presented by Wells Fargo. The 5-11, 150-pound senior caught eight passes for 230 yards and a touchdown in the Roughnecks’ 38-7 win over Sabine Roughnecks fans can also be praised for their part in this honor, as they voted often…

The biggest takeaways from Thursday night’s high school action

Week 9 of the Texas high school football season might be won by the weather. Numerous games across the state are being moved due to expected thunderstorms, some flooding and possible lightning delays. Teams are moving up games in anticipation for this weekend, and some even tried to fit in games Thursday before the bad weather found its way into…

Upon further review: Four more takeaways from high school Week 8

Photo by Will Leverett Another week of Texas high school season is in the books and this week put a lot of things into perspective. Most importantly, the tragic passing of Alto High School athlete Cam’Ron Matthews after collapsing during a game on Friday shows that life is more important than anything that happens on a football field and we’d…

Morning Jolt (Oct. 19): Check out some of the best photos from the weekend of high school football in Texas

Some of the best shots captured by DCTF's photographers this weekend.

This is the Morning Jolt, your invitation to get up and start thinking about football. Dave Campbell’s Texas Football works with some of the best photographers in the state to shoot high school games across Texas. Check out some of their best work from the past week.