With the 2019 season in the books, it’s time – almost – to start focusing on 2020. It won’t be long before coaches across the state receive their annual questionnaires that enable us to preview every team in the state this summer.
And speaking of the annual summer issue, let’s take a look back at the 2019 issue and see how our early predictions played out.
All-Star Inflatables honors the team behind the team. This week we highlight the hard work of the North Side High School Athletic Booster Club!
All-Star Inflatables honors the team behind the team. This week we highlight the hard work of the Fort Worth Brewer Football Booster Club!
Another state championship week is in the books. Our experts crunched the numbers, read the tea leaves and put their predictions out there one last time. So, how’d they do?
Male and female student-athletes that lead by example on the field of play and in the classroom can be honored as Chicken Express community heroes and receive scholarship money to continue their education beyond high school.
Aledo, Austin Westlake, and Galena Park North Shore each won state championships to close out the final day of the Texas high school football season.
Santana Moss barely remembers uttering the phrase, but in a 2005 interview he appreciated the reminder. “Big time players make big time plays,” the former Miami Hurricane receiver reportedly said back in 2000.
Hamlin, Pottsboro and Pewitt all made the most of their day in their respective main events. None looked the part of a first-time performer on the state’s biggest stage.