High School Sports

Broncos LB Von Miller Named Super Bowl 50 MVPFootball fans in Denver are celebrating after the Broncos toppled the Panthers to win Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night. But some folks in North Texas are celebrating too, as they honor a hometown hero.
UIL Releases New Football, Basketball DistrictsTexas high schools have new football and basketball districts under new boundaries released Monday by the University Interscholastic League.
Argyle H.S. On Quest For 4-A State Title In HoustonIt's championship weekend for high school football across the state and some of those competing for titles are from North Texas. NRG Stadium in Houston is the site of the first game involving one of four local teams.
Texas High School QB Sam Ehlinger Named AP Player Of YearEhlinger was the winner in a vote among eight sports writers and editors on a ballot that included the 10 offensive and defensive players of the year in the five classifications of the Texas AP's all-state teams.
Referees Struggle With Respect Amid Growing HostilityBy all accounts from those involved, finding and retaining referees is becoming more and more difficult. In fact, recognizing the potential shortage, many desperate state high school associations have taken lead roles in recruiting new talent to an aging workforce facing startlingly hostile conditions.
Sooners Sign 4 Basketball RecruitsOklahoma announced on Thursday that it had signed high schoolers Kristian Doolittle, Matthew Freeman and Kameron McGusty and junior college product Darrion Strong.
Loyal Ponder High School Football Fan Follows Team Around TexasHershel Vanover attends every game, even though he's not related to any of the players.
Arlington High School Gets Gold Football From NFLThe NFL is presenting golden footballs to high schools that produced Super Bowl competitors, and that includes Arlington High School, the one-time home of former Washington Redskins kicker Ali Haji-Sheikh.
Find The Wet Weather Kickoff Days & Times For Your H.S. Football GameFor the second week in a row, the threat of heavy rain and lightning in North Texas has caused some high schools to adjust their Friday night football game schedules.
Rain Threat Pushes Up 'Friday Night Lights' Kick Off TimesIt's happening again! There is rain in the North Texas forecast Friday. The chance for severe weather has school districts moving Friday night kick off times teams will suiting up ahead of schedule.
Rain Threat Forces Changes To High School Football SchedulesA number of North Texas school districts have changed the schedule for high school football games this weekend because of the threat of heavy rain on Friday.
Wet Weather Having A Big Impact On Texas 'Friday Night Lights'Rain, thunderstorms and the threat of lightning is having a negative impact on high school football games scheduled across North Texas.

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