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The Abilene Eagles football team was beaten 34-17 in Friday’s non-league challenge with the host Trinity Trojans.
FORT WORTH (MAXPREPS.COM) – Keller Central Chargers (Keller, TX) fans left the game content Friday as they saw their football team gain a win over the host Boswell Pioneers (Fort Worth, TX), 42-27in a non-league […]
The Martin Warriors football squad scored 43 points and restricted the visiting South Garland Colonels to 10 in the Warriors non-league victory on Friday.
KELLER (MAXPREPS.COM) – Mansfield Tigers fans left the game content Friday as they saw their football team gain a win over the host Keller Indians, 40-27 in a non-league test. With the triumph, Mansfield improves […]
Sluggish in spurts, Allen relies on the arm of Alabama-bound Alec Morris, who throws for 350 yards and three touchdowns at Tom Landry Classic.
It was the first game of the season for many high school football teams in North Texas tonight. With temperatures near or above the 100 degree mark at kickoff, teams also found themselves struggling against the heat.
TXA 21 today announced its 2011 High School Football Game of the Week broadcast schedule. The season begins Thursday, Aug. 25 with a live broadcast of Class 4A powers Rockwall Heath and West Mesquite.
Big 12 athletic directors voted Monday to prohibit the broadcast of any high school sporting events on the newly created Longhorn Network for at least the next year.
Public school districts wouldn’t be allowed to use older football helmets under legislation passed by the Texas Legislature. The Texas Senate gave final approval Monday to a bill that bans schools from using helmets 16 years old or older.
Miracles don’t only happen on 34 Street: They also happen on Angelina Drive in West Dallas, where a community helped build a new home for paralyzed Pinkston High School football player Jared Williams.
The Joshua football team is celebrating the end of a memorable season. Despite losing all of their games, everyone walked off the field feeling like winners and it was all thanks to a very special student.
Officials at Mesquite Horn and DeSoto High School suspended all five players and one coach involved an on-field brawl during the fourth quarter of Friday night’s game.