It’s time again to start looking at potential nominees for The Landry Award, an honor bestowed upon the very best high school football player in North Texas.
A group of high school cheerleaders from southeast Texas asked the state Supreme Court on Wednesday to rule on whether banners emblazoned with Bible verses that they display at football games is protected free speech.
Monday is the first day of practice for high school football players, and the Dallas ISD will start the year with 22 new athletic trainers to ensure that student athletes are safe.
Eager to start the repairs on the $60 million Eagle Stadium, the Allen ISD school board Monday night voted to kick start the work.
The University Interscholastic League said Tuesday that AT&T Stadium will be the site of all 12 high school title games for the second year in a row.
Texas high school athletic officials have voted to move the boys’ and girls’ state basketball tournaments to San Antonio after 93 years in Austin.
The Texas Education Agency is taking steps to shutdown the charter school started by former Dallas Cowboy Deion Sanders. TEA officials have “started the revocation process” against Uplift Fort Worth — the sponsoring entity of Prime Prep Academy.
A warning ignored. The CBS 11 News i-Team has all new information about Allen ISD’s unsafe stadium. The i-Team has learned the district knew about cracks before the stadium ever opened, but did nothing to fill them or try and correct problems.
There is new information in the recruiting scandal that rocked the DISD. This month, the district fired 15 employees – including the top management in the athletic program. CBS 11 News has uncovered how the district uncovered what it calls “lies.”
The most expensive high school football stadium in the country is closed indefinitely and, on Monday, officials are set to provide an update on the building’s status.
High school athletic officials in Texas are close to moving the state basketball tournaments after 93 years in Austin.
The investigation into the murder of a DISD high school student leads police to possible sport recruiting infractions by top administrators and coaches. Now more than a dozens adults, accused of taking part in the recruiting scandal, are all out of a job.