Class 4A

Stepp: UIL State Day 2 Sights and Sounds

DCTF'S HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL INSIDER TAKES A LOOK AT DAY TWO OF THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

— The final Friday of the Texas high school football season began with the crowd at AT&T Stadium witnessing true greatness as the West Orange-Stark Mustangs capped off their second straight state title with a 24-6 win over Sweetwater. The WOS defense was considered one of the state’s best all year, and they cemented their legacy as a legendary unit by shutting…

4A DI State Championship: Carthage 31, Abilene Wylie 17

INSTANT RECAPS & ANALYSIS FOR THE 4A DIVISION I STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME.

INSTANT RECAP GAME RECAP Defense was expected to be the difference, and after giving up 14 first quarter points, Carthage forced six turnovers and finally got the pro-style offense going in the second half on the way to a 31-17 win over Abilene Wylie in the Class 4A Division I state championship. Carthage got to the title game by the…

4A DII State Championship: West Orange-Stark 24, Sweetwater 6

INSTANT RECAPS & ANALYSIS FOR THE 4A DIVISION II TITLE GAME.

INSTANT RECAP GAME RECAP Nobody outside the Big Country gave Sweetwater any chance against West Orange-Stark, but the Class 4A Division II state championship game was an absolute battle from start to finish. West Orange-Stark pulled away for a 24-6 victory, but got all it could handle from Sweetwater on the third day of UIL championship games at AT&T Stadium….

Stepp: UIL State Day 1 Sites and Sounds

DCTF'S HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL INSIDER TAKES A LOOK AT DAY ONE OF THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

The DCTF view of the UIL State Championships at AT&T Stadium on Thursday. – The first full day of action at the 2016 UIL Texas State Football Championships at AT&T Stadium certainly didn’t lack for storylines or entertainment value. In the first game of the day, Roshauud Paul cemented his legacy as one of the state’s best players ever as Bremond…

Recaps, reaction and analysis of the UIL State Championship Games

The most comprehensive breakdown of the Texas high school football state championship games.

Click here to go to State Championship Central Dave Campbell’s Texas Football and TexasFootball.com — the unquestioned leader in Texas high school football coverage for more than 50 years — has you covered like nobody else for the 2016 Texas high school football state championships! Check out State Championship Central for complete previews, breakdowns, analysis and more coverage of the 2016…

Statewide high school football semifinals scores

State Semifinals Scores CLASS 6A DIVISION I State Semi-Final Matchups The Woodlands 36, Allen 28 Lake Travis 63, Humble Atascocita 21 State Championship Matchup: The Woodlands (15-0) vs. Lake Travis (14-1), Saturday 8:00pm at Arlington’s AT&T Stadium CLASS 6A DIVISION II State Semi-Final Matchups DeSoto 42, Klein Collins 31 Cibolo Steele 35. Katy Cinco Ranch 14 State Championship Matchup: DeSoto (15-0)…

STATE SEMIFINALS PREVIEW: Breaking down every Texas high school football playoff game

Who will punch their ticket to the state championships? Matt Stepp previews every state semifinal game.

Allen (14-0) vs. The Woodlands (14-0), 1 p.m. Saturday at Austin’s DKR Memorial Stadium One of the best matchups of the season takes place in the state capital as unbeaten Allen and The Woodlands meet up. Allen passed another tough test a week ago as the Eagles’ depth was key in a 42-23 win over Duncanville. Allen’s big offensive line…

VOTE for the Built By Nature Assistant Coach of the Year!

Fan votes will decide who takes home the coveted honor for the 2016 season.

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 TXHSFB Week 15

DCTF'S HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL INSIDER LOOKS BACK AT THE WEEK THAT WAS IN TXHSFB!

Temple QB Reid Hesse (Photo by Rick Castillo) Manvel Stunned By Temple For most of the year, Manvel was considered to be the top team in the Houston area and one of the state’s best teams regardless of classification. In fact, most considered their late night showdown against Temple an afterthought. Temple had other ideas, and the Wildcats – behind…