Texas High School Football Coach Pleads Guilty In Player Attack On RefereeMack Breed, former assistant football coach at John Jay High School in San Antonio, pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge Monday in a Burnet County court.
Sanctions Considered After Hit On RefereeThe governing body for Texas public high school sports is scheduled to meet again on the case of two San Antonio high school football players deliberately hitting a referee during a game.
Texas Football Players Who Hit Ref To Remain In Alternative SchoolThe two suspended students, Michael Moreno and Victor Rojas, appeared Wednesday at separate disciplinary hearings, which were closed to the public.
San Antonio School District Investigates After Players Hit RefereeA San Antonio School district is investigating after a football player ran into the back of a referee watching a play and another player then dove into the official after he fell.
Texas High School QB Tops 700 Passing YardsA Texas high school quarterback set a single-game record with what appears to be the state's first 700-yard passing performance.
Todd Dodge Returning To Texas High School RanksDodge was hired Monday night at Marble Falls, ending a college stint that started when North Texas hired Dodge after he went 79-1 in a five-season stretch at Southlake Carroll.

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