high school football
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.
A Denton Guyer High School football player was killed in a shooting incident late Saturday night in a field outside of Bowie.
Four months after a fertilizer plant explosion tore through West, Texas, killing 15 people and damaging buildings for blocks around, the West Trojans opened their football season and recovered a degree of normalcy that’s been missing.
Just four months ago the West IISD football field played host to the darkest day in the city’s history. Instead of pads and helmets the turf was used as a triage center. Thursday night the football field will be used for its intended purpose.
The heat won’t be so bad for one North Texas high school football team, because their coach has found a creative way to beat the heat.
Texas high school football is moving toward a 90-minutes-per-week limit on full-contact practice to limit concussions and other injuries.
Southlake Carroll quarterback Kenny Hill is joining Johnny Manziel on a short list of Texas high school football stars. He plans on joining the Heisman Trophy winner at Texas A&M next year, too.
Prime Prep Academy, a charter school co-founded by Deion Sanders, has withdrawn from the University Interscholastic League amidst growing criticism surrounding its athletic program.
“I’ve always liked to play football with family and friends. I heard there was a girl two years ago that was a kicker. So, I wanted to play.”
“We have a lawyer that’s getting ready to tear some butts up, because a lot of things that were done to our institution were done wrong because you dislike me.”
Ban high school football in Texas? Seriously? Surely that’s nonsense. Actually, it probably is in the Lone Star State. But it is a movement that seems to be gaining some steam in other parts of the country.