high school football
Are you going to sit down on Sunday and soak up every minute of football coverage you can access?
A kind of history will be made at Williams Stadium in Garland Friday night. Two high school football teams, that didn’t win a game last year, will square off to start the 2014 season.
With football practice up and running at high school fields across Texas, sidelines are packed with water bottles and cooling stations. Dehydration and overheating are top concerns when young players hit the turf during August heat.
Monday will mark the first day of practice for high school football teams across north Texas. They are welcoming the return of a Texas tradition, but they’re stuck with the heat.
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.
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.
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.
Missteps exposed – We may soon learn more definitively what caused the cracks in Allen ISD’s $60 million stadium. The district is set to release a new report on Thursday that is said to contain “shortcomings in the engineering and possibly construction of the stadium.”
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In 5 minutes time this morning, I realigned the DFW Class 6A districts in such a way that balances the schools geographically and competitively.
A private school’s plan to turn a practice field into a football stadium is drawing a ‘penalty flag’ from neighbors. The Pantego Christian Academy’s design puts the stadium just across the fence from a west Arlington residential neighborhood.
A North Texas high school football coach whose undefeated team won its last game 91-0 said Wednesday a district investigation found “no grounds” to support a bullying complaint filed by a parent of the losing team.