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 TWO WINNERS

WEEKCLASSSCHOOLABOUT
46ARound Rock Cedar RidgeBuoyed by a tremendous defensive effort, the Raiders upset state-ranked Temple 21-14 to give new coach Sam Robinson the biggest win of his young career.
45ASeguinThe Matadors overcame a 27-17 fourth quarter deficit — and inclement weather — to take down district rival Lockhart, 31-27.
44ARockport-FultonEarning their first win since the city was leveled by Hurricane Harvey, the Pirates shut down Ingleside’s offense to leap to a cathartic 29-0 victory.
43ADublinThe Lions stunned Breckenridge with a hard-fought effort, beating the heavily favored Buckaroos 27-24 for both their first win of the season and their first-ever win over their rival.
42AFreerHaving pulled within one in the second overtime, the Buckaroos rolled the dice and cashed in on a game-winning two-point conversion to beat Banquete, 51-50.
41ABalmorheaThe Bears rallied in the final frame, outscoring Garden City 35-0 in the fourth quarter to bring home an impressive 69-32 victory.

WEEK ONE WINNERS

6A: Smithson Valley
Levi Williams found Ricky Rios for a game-winning 27-yard touchdown pass on fourth down with eight seconds left to push the Rangers past Pflugerville Hendrickson, 24-20.

5A: South Oak Cliff
After trailing most of the game, the Golden Bears clawed back, and Ricky Wren ran for a 7-yard touchdown on the final play of the game to nab a thrilling 29-28 win over Ennis.

4A: Madisonville
Fueled by a crushing defense and some big plays from Kendell Moffett, the Mustangs galloped to a dominating 24-0 win over Teague.

3A: West Rusk
Jaylon Garland’s 160 yards and four touchdowns on the ground provided the spark, and the Raiders defense did the rest en route to a resounding 33-0 win over Winnsboro.

2A: Anson
In a matchup of Big Country powers, the Tigers jump on top of Hamlin early and never looked back, riding a big game from new QB Drew Hagler to a 35-14 win over the Pied Pipers.

1A: Lorenzo
It took double overtime, but the Hornets scored one of Week 1’s biggest upsets by taking down Amherst, 41-34.

WEEK TWO WINNERS

6A: La Joya
Trailing for most of the game, the Coyotes rallied for a game-winning touchdown in the final minutes to nab a thrilling 15-13 win over Roma, moving to 2-0 on the season.

5A: Huntsville
After their season opener was canceled due to Hurricane Harvey, the Hornets looked in mid-season for with a dominant defensive win over state-ranked China Spring, 17-14.

4A: Cuero
The Gobblers earned a hard-fought victory over rival Yoakum in the Gobblers’ first game since the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey.

3A: Colorado City
In one of the most bizarre games of the year, the Wolves scored late in the fourth quarter and played standout defense to nab an 8-2 win over Crane.

2A: Refugio
Playing its first game since its town as hit by Hurricane Harvey, the Bobcats outlasted rival Goliad — a 3A school — with an exciting 35-28 victory.

1A: Klondike
The Cougars served notice to the entire state with an emphatic mercy-rule victory over state-ranked Sterling City, 67-22.

WEEK THREE WINNERS

6A: South Garland
Fueled by the single-wing offense and a tremendous gameplan from coach Josh Ragsdale, the Colonels snapped their 25-game losing streak with a 46-40 win over W.T. White.

5A: Hutto
Isodoro Barrios banged through a game-winning 32-yard field goal on the final play of the game as the Hippos grabbed a critical District 19-5A win over Georgtetown, 25-23.

4A: Pecos
The Eagles are 3-0 for the first time in at least 25 years after their 21-16 comeback win over rival Alpine.

3A: New Waverly
In a nip-and-tuck overtime game, Dylan Smith intercepted a pass on the 3-yard line to clinch a thrilling 29-21 win over Hardin, moving to 2-0.

2A: Era
Behind a blistering defensive effort — including an 80-yard fumble return for a touchdown — the Hornets brought down Alvord, 13-0.

1A: Borden County
In a matchup of state-ranked squads, it was the Coyotes who stood tall, shutting out Calvert 62-0.

WEEK FOUR WINNERS

6A: Round Rock Cedar Ridge
Buoyed by a tremendous defensive effort, the Raiders upset state-ranked Temple 21-14 to give new coach Sam Robinson the biggest win of his young career.

5A: Seguin
The Matadors overcame a 27-17 fourth quarter deficit — and inclement weather — to take down district rival Lockhart, 31-27.

4A: Rockport-Fulton
Earning their first win since the city was leveled by Hurricane Harvey, the Pirates shut down Ingleside’s offense to leap to a cathartic 29-0 victory.

3A: Dublin
The Lions stunned Breckenridge with a hard-fought effort, beating the heavily favored Buckaroos 27-24 for both their first win of the season and their first-ever win over their rival.

2A: Freer
Having pulled within one in the second overtime, the Buckaroos rolled the dice and cashed in on a game-winning two-point conversion to beat Banquete, 51-50.

1A: Balmorhea
The Bears rallied in the final frame, outscoring Garden City 35-0 in the fourth quarter to bring home an impressive 69-32 victory.

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