Derrick Griffin had a dominating performance, leading Terry over two-time defending champion Dallas Kimball 55-47 on Saturday for the Class 4A state title.
Derrick Smith’s 27 points and 14 rebounds led Dallas Madison to a wild 85-72 win over Houston Yates to win the UIL 3A boys basketball title on Saturday.
Kris Anderson’s layup with 2 seconds left sent White Oak to the Class 2A state championship on Saturday with a 56-54 win over Brock in the first title game rematch in 2A history.
Dallas Triple A Academy might be the most unpopular basketball team in Texas. After an 80-54 win against previously unbeaten Mumford in the Class 1A Division I boys’ basketball final Saturday, though, it’s officially the best in its classification.
Jeremiah Jefferson scored 37 points to lead Dallas Triple A Academy to a 90-50 victory over El Paso Harmony on Thursday in a Class A Division I semifinal matchup.
Admon Gilder scored 25 points and Dallas Madison built a 45-point lead in cruising to a 92-55 win over Abilene Wylie on Thursday in the Class 3A semifinals.
Georgetown, Mexia, Brock and Martin’s Mill are all going home with a trophy this evening. Each of their girls basketball teams can claim they are the 2012-2013 UIL champions.
The video show Nylan Yancy hitting a 3/4 court buzzer-beater to give Richardson the 50 to 48 win.
Prime Prep Academy, a charter school co-founded by Deion Sanders, has withdrawn from the University Interscholastic League amidst growing criticism surrounding its athletic program.
“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.”
A Dallas high school has been disqualified from the Class 3A Division II football playoffs after discovering that it had used a player who was ineligible to play.
It is a recognizable and distinctive part of Friday night lights in Texas. There are the high school football teams and the cheerleaders with their pom poms.