Teams of the Week

TexasFootball.com is proud to partner with the U.S. Army for the Army Strong Team of the Week throughout the Texas high school football season, as well as the Team of the Year award at the end of the season. 

Each week, TexasFootball.com and the U.S. Army join together to select one team from every classification in high school football that demonstrated the qualities exhibited within the Army - those include leadership, commitment to excellence and a desire to make a difference as a member of a team. Each is awarded the Army Strong Team of the Week by local officials from the U.S. Army at a school assembly or pep rally.


ARMY STRONG TEAM OF THE WEEK -- WEEK ELEVEN

6A: San Antonio Brennan
Despite playing without star QB Da’Shawn Key, the Bears clinched the District 27-6A championship and an unbeaten regular season with a 21-17 win over previously unbeaten San Antonio Brandeis.

5A: Austin Reagan
After at one point considering dropping football altogether, the Raiders clinched their first playoff berth in 11 years with a 33-21 win over Austin Crockett.

4A: El Campo
The Ricebirds won the District 12-4A DI title on the road against previously unbeaten West Columbia, running for 507 yards en route to a 48-20 victory.

3A: Boling
Jose Luna’s 24-yard field goal as time expired lifted the Bulldogs to a 30-28 victory over Danbury, giving them an emotional victory and a spot in the playoffs.

2A: Alvord
Led by a ferocious defense, the Bulldogs shut down Bells’ potent passing attack to earn a 51-18 win and the District 5-2A DI title in coach Pete Hart’s first season at the helm.

1A: Rochelle
The Hornets clinched the District 12-1A DI championship with a dominating 70-22 victory over Eden.



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