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Matt Stepp’s Ten Thoughts From Week 5

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

Photo by Bobby Thomas Amarillo Caprock’s Historic Win It had been thirty years since the Caprock Longhorns has knocked off crosstown powerhouse Amarillo High, but the Longhorns got the weekend kicked off in a big way as they remained unbeaten with a 38-30 win over the Sandies. Caprock’s high-flying spread attack built up a 38-14 lead and they were able…

A&M-Arkansas, Teague-West 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 (3-0) vs. Arkansas (3-0) 8 p.m. Saturday at AT&T Stadium in Arkansas As the college football season turns the page to conference play,…

WEEK 5 PREVIEW: Breaking down the biggest games in Texas high school football

Steele-Judson, DeSoto-Cedar Hill, White Oak-Harmony highlight the biggest week Texas high school football action yet.

Converse Judson (4-0, 1-0) at Cibolo Steele (3-1, 1-0) It’s the game of the year in the Alamo City as the top two powers in San Antonio square off for bragging rights and the inside track to the district title. From a playoff standpoint, there isn’t a lot riding on the game. Judson is Division I bound and Steele is…

Vote for the Built By Nature Assistant Coach of the Week! — Week 4

Fan votes will decide who takes home the coveted honor for Week 4.

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 4

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

New Caney Porter head coach Jim Holley. (Photo by Diana Porter) Massive Upset Thursday Night Although there are upsets every year early in the season, there may not have been a bigger upset in the state in 2016 than New Caney Porter’s stunning upset of Crosby Thursday 37-34. The past three years, Crosby has emerged as a 5A power in…

Week 3 Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week: Brock RB Tyler Gray

Lobos QB takes home statewide honors for Week 3 of the 2016 Texas high school football season.

Photo by Thomas Hays Congratulations to Brock RB Tyler Gray, the Week 3 winner of the Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week award, presented by Wells Fargo in conjunction with the Advocare V100 Texas Bowl. The 5-9, 170-pound senior ran for 260 yards and six touchdowns in the Eagles’ 42-35 win over Grapevine Faith Christian. Eagles fans can also be praised for their…

One must-see Week 4 game in every 11-man classification

HAVING TROUBLE DECIDING WHICH GAME TO SEE ON FRIDAY NIGHT? EVERY WEEK, DCTF SENIOR WRITER MIKE CRAVEN WILL PICK OUT A CAN'T MISS SHOWDOWN IN EVERY CLASS.

Cedar Ridge RB CJ Rittenhouse (Photo by Carlos Barron) It’s time to decide the most exciting matchups in each 11-man classification. Week 4 continues district play for some, starts district play for others and gives another chance to improve before district play begins to all the rest. Here are the marquee games. Class 6A: Round Rock Cedar Ridge at Temple…

WEEK 4 PREVIEW: Breaking down the biggest games in Texas high school football

Gilmer-Carthage, Denton Ryan-Frisco Lone Star, The Woodlands-George Ranch highlight a huge Week 4 slate of Texas high school football action.

Frisco Lone Star (3-0) at Denton Ryan (3-0) Denton Ryan’s meat grinder of a non-district schedule concludes this week with last year’s 5A Division II runner-up, Frisco Lone Star. Both teams come in unbeaten, but both have also been tested. Lone Star bounced back from a subpar performance in Week 2 on offense with a big effort in a 62-31…