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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 10 thoughts from the Texas high school football Week 4

DCTF'S HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL INSIDER LOOKS BACK ON THE LAST WEEKEND ON THE GRIDIRON.

An eight-year district winning streak comes to an end After telling everyone not to panic about Cibolo Steele, it might be at least time to start taking a look at that button after the Knights fell to 1-3 after Friday’s 43-20 loss to Smithson Valley. Steele again started strong jumping out to a 14-6 lead, but allowed 30 consecutive points…

Friday Night Five: Is it time to worry about Cameron Yoe’s 1-3 start?

THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF RESULTS EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT DURING FOOTBALL SEASON, BUT WE'LL SPOTLIGHT FIVE EACH WEEK THAT MADE HEADLINES.

It was a week for statement wins, and it started on Thursday with Manvel’s 24-21 win over Galena Park North Shore, and Denton Ryan’s 28-21 win over Frisco Lone Star. It kept rolling on Friday night, and here are five in particular that really stood out. 1. Cameron Yoe loses 30-29 to Bay City in overtime, falling to 1-3  Cameron…

Friday night’s must-see Texas high school football games for Week 4

HAVING TROUBLE DECIDING WHICH GAME TO SEE ON FRIDAY NIGHT? EVERY WEEK, DCTF’s BRADY KEANE WILL PICK OUT A CAN'T MISS SHOWDOWN IN EVERY CLASS.

Thursday night’s action was packed with a rare mix of top tier names, but don’t worry, Friday still has plenty to offer. 6A: Cibolo Steele (1-2) vs. Smithson Valley (3-0) Smithson Valley has been rolling through the early part of its schedule, using a 24-20 win over Pflugerville Hendrickson in the opener to fuel a hot start. The Rangers have…

Week 3 Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week — Abilene Cooper RB Tyrees Whitfield

Cougars senior TAKES HOME STATEWIDE HONORS FOR WEEK 3 OF THE 2017 TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SEASON.

Congratulations to Abilene Cooper RB Tyrees Whitfield, 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 5-10, 180-pound senior ran for 259 yards and 6 touchdowns, and caught three passes for 73 yards and another score in the Cougars’ win over rival Abilene. Cougars fans…

Thursday night’s must-see Texas high school football games for Week 4

EVERY WEEK DURING THE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SEASON, BRADY KEANE PICKS OUT THE BEST THURSDAY GAMES AROUND THE STATE. IF YOU'RE NEAR ONE, GET YOUR FOOTBALL WEEKEND STARTED EARLY.

Last week marked the first full slate of Texas high school games this season, and the schedule lived up to the hype. But the return to normality didn’t last long – there are 216 teams on a bye this week, and several teams played in some rare Wednesday action. Regardless, there is still a strong slate of games Thursday night…

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

AMARILLO'S BIG SCHOOLS GO AT IT AND CIBOLO STEELE LOOKS TO REBOUND AFTER AN UPSET LOSS A WEEK AGO

Carthage (3-0) at Gilmer (3-0) It’s a Saturday night showdown in Gilmer as DCTF’s No. 1 4A team in Division I, Carthage, takes on our third ranked team in 4A Division II, Gilmer. Carthage led by Texas-commit running back, Keontay Ingram, ran past Class 5A Whitehouse 42-20 last week. Ingram had over 200 yards of total offense and a pair…