Saturday’s Scores CLASS 6A Cypress Lakes 31, Cypress Falls 14 Fort Bend Travis 86, Fort Bend Clements 20 Houston Jersey Village 58, Cypress Woods 46 Katy Morton Ranch 35, Katy Mayde Creek 30 La Porte 51, Pasadena Rayburn 0 SA Lee 26, SA Churchill 0 SA Northside Marshall 35, SA Northside Jay 28 Spring Dekaney 35, Aldine Nimitz 0 CLASS…
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Matt Stepp’s Ten Thoughts From Week 5
MATT STEPP LOOKS BACK AT THE WEEK THAT WAS IN TXHSFB!
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 to hang on late…
Friday Night Five: East Texas sure does know how to party
LOOKING FOR A QUICK SUMMARY OF FRIDAY NIGHT'S RESULTS AND WHAT THEY COULD MEAN GOING FORWARD? WE'VE GOT YOU COVERED VERY LATE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT (OR VERY EARLY SATURDAY MORNING).
Nacogdoches DB Josh Thompson (Photo by Mark Martin) DeSoto stole all the headlines, and we’ll devote plenty of time and copy to the Eagles’ impressive 33-18 performance against Cedar Hill (and the rising 6A title expectations that came with it) in the coming hours and days. Steele also nabbed a signature win down in San Antonio with a controlling 30-9…
Week 4 College Football: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly (Updated all weekend!)
Welcome to our weekend CFB recap, where we'll provide the swiftest assessment of everything that happened in the Texas FBS ranks. We'll update it every weekend as each game closes out.
Photo by Will Leverett Week 4 of college football is here, and while we have fewer games to work with than normal with the Red Raiders and Longhorns on bye weeks, some intriguing match-ups should keep us going. We’ll give you our thoughts on the best and the worst (and sometimes, the absolute worst) of the weekend. JUMP TO… Texas…
DCTF Live Interview: Caprock head coach Dan Sherwood
Greg Tepper and Max Thompson are joined by the head Longhorn after his team's upset of rival Amarillo, the first time Caprock has won since 1986.
Week 4 college football picks with special guest Greg Howard
Greg Tepper and Max Thompson are joined by a man who is more talented and brilliant than the both of them combined – Greg Howard, David Carr Fellow at the New York Times. He makes his can't-miss picks, and answers burning questions about Deadpan, the New York Times, and Arsenal.
One must-see Week 5 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.
Gilmer Harmony QB Spencer Seahorn (Photo by Ronnie Sartors) We’ve reached the important part of the program. For many teams throughout the state, Week 5 is the start, or the continuation, of district play. For the rest, it serves as one of the final opportunities to correct mistakes before games start counting towards playoff projections. If I was you, I’d…
Amarillo Caprock’s Dan Sherwood, The New York Times’ Greg Howard, Thursday reactions and Free Money — Episode 209 (September 23, 2016)
In a one-hour supershow, the guys talk to Amarillo Caprock coach Dan Sherwood about his Longhorns’ historic win, do college football picks with the New York Times’ Greg Howard, offer Free Money with Tepper’s college picks, announce the Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week, and much more. Right-click to download audio file.
Week 4 Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week: Sonora QB/DB Kaden Cordell
Broncos QB/DB takes home statewide honors for Week 4 of the 2016 Texas high school football season.
Congratulations to Sonora QB/DB Kaden Cordell, the Week 4 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, 165-pound junior threw for 364 yards and five touchdowns and notched two interceptions defensively in the Broncos’ 51-14 win over Tuscola Jim Ned. Broncos fans can also be praised for their part…
Booster Club Spotlight: Panther Booster Club gives spark to Princeton
All-Star Inflatables highlights the team behind the team.
Booster club members often come and go, but not in Ron Somers’ case. For almost a decade, he has been moving and shaking the Panther Booster Club, to help make it what it is today. “The club was originally a ton of little organizations,” Somers said. “My goal was to get it all together!” For nine years he has been…