Dave Campbell’s Texas Football, in partnership with the U.S. Army, is proud to honor one school from each public school classification with the Army Values School of the Week award. The schools selected throughout the course of this program have best exemplified the seven Army Values – Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage.
Congratulations to all the schools. We salute you.
WEEK FOURTEEN WINNERS
|14||6A||Pflugerville Hendrickson||Blaine Barker and and DJ Jackson led the way offensively, and the Hawks’ defense stood tall to take down previously unbeaten Sachse, 42-35, to advance to the regional final for just the second time in school history.|
|14||5A||Lubbock Coronado||In a matchup of high-powered offenses, the Mustangs’ shined the brightest, ringing up 765 yards of total offense and 80 points — the most in an 11-man playoff game this season — for an unforgettable 80-62 win over Colleyville Heritage, becoming the first Lubbock ISD team to advance to the regional finals since 1992.|
|14||4A||Salado||Facing the team that had knocked them out of the playoffs the previous two seasons, Hayden Haire found Aaron Torczynski on a game-winning 25-yard touchdown pass in overtime to push the Eagles to a 13-10 win over Bellville.|
|14||3A||New Diana||In one of the wildest playoff games of the year, Jackson Sampson found TJ Rogers for a game-tying touchdown and Andy Prazak banged through the go-ahead extra point with 12 seconds remaining to take down Jacksboro, 49-48.|
|14||2A||Panhandle||The Panthers started fast and never looked back, forcing six turnovers en route to a resounding 63-29 win over Stamford.|
|14||1A||Jonesboro||Ethan Lilljedahl powered in for the go-ahead touchdown with under two minutes to play, capping a 20-point comeback as the Eagles stunned May, 57-50.|