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Track And Field

DeSoto Sweeps State Track Meet

Matching the feat accomplished the previous night by Class 4A Lancaster, the DeSoto boys and girls teams both won Class 5A state team titles at the UIL state track meet in Austin.


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Marcus Wins Second Straight State Title

Senior guard Phil Forte scored 24 points as Flower Mound Marcus rallied from a 7-point second half deficit to defeat Fort Bend Travis 56-52 Saturday night in Austin for its second straight Class 5A boys basketball state championship.


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Dallas’ Kimball High School Wins 4A Championship

Torrey Henry capped a frenzied last minute rally with back-to- back three-point shots in the final 29 seconds of the game as the Dallas Kimball Knights secured back-to-back Class 4A state basketball championships with a 78-75 win over Houston Yates in Austin on Saturday afternoon.


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Argyle Boys Win First State Hoops Title

For the first time in school history, the Argyle Eagles won the Class 3A boys basketball state championship in Austin on Saturday with a 44-33 win over Corpus Christi Miller.


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Argyle Advances To State Title Game

Four-year starter Clarke Overlander, a University of North Texas signee, scored 17 points and grabbed 7 rebounds to pace the Argyle Eagles to a 41-34 Class 3A state semifinal win over Lubbock Estacado Thursday afternoon in Austin.


The football teams from McKinney High School and McKinney Boyd High School clashed on September 9, 2011. (credit: Elliott Moore/CBS)

McKinney Schools Feeling Small In New District

No one wants to be constantly beat up by someone bigger. But that’s what some McKinney high school students fear will happen to them after a controversial decision that forces them to compete with schools more than twice their size.


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Texas Scaling Back High School Two-A-Day Workouts

Texas public high school football players will likely have far fewer two-a-day practices starting in 2012.


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Texas High School Football Practices May Be Reduced

Texas high school football players could be facing far fewer two-a-day practices under some new proposals.


A group of high school football players prepare for an upcoming game. (credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Heat Raises Concerns For Football Coaches & Doctors

Critics say the real issue is establishing a hard weather number which all coaches in Texas can follow to protect themselves and their players from heat-related illness or death.


UIL Passes new Concussion Rules

The UIL approves a new policy for student who get concussions while playing sports of doing other UIL sanctioned activities. 


Local High School Forfeits 2009-10 Season

Several players and parents are frustrated to hear that all of  The Colony High School’s basketball games from last season are now forfeited. 


UIL Says QB For Southlake Carroll Ineligible To Play

 The UIL decided Tuesday afternoon  Southlake Carroll quarterback Daxx Garman can not  play football in Texas this year.