HOLLAND — Caleb Cearley and a handful of his Holland Hornets teammates made a pact last summer in preparation for their highly anticipated 2019 season. With most of the willing participants’ hair already at a respectable length, they — including seniors Cearley, Clay Cooper and Zane Spinn — …
In what has become a Temple tradition, a Wildcats senior quarterback is his district’s offensive player of the year.
WACO — Standing on the turf at increasingly foggy Waco ISD Stadium, Grandview running back Tremayne Gullatte didn’t say much after his team’s 31-point victory Friday afternoon.
HEWITT — Ronnie Porter likes when his star running back plays angry and admitted as much moments after his Troy Trojans finalized a 9-7 win over Whitney in a Class 3A Division I Region III semifinal Friday night at Panther Stadium.
BUDA — Ever since the Holland Hornets departed Giddings’ Buffalo Stadium following their crushing area-round playoff loss to Wallis Brazos the night after Thanksgiving in 2018, everything they’ve done led them to the night after Thanksgiving this year.
BURLESON — It might not have been the first interception for 5-foot-9, 300-pound Rogers defensive lineman Jayce Jones this season but it definitely ranks at the top of the list.
Jones fourth-quarter pick — as sure a sign as any that Friday night belonged to the Eagles — was one of the final cherries on top of a sweet and scintillating second half at Burleson Stadium for Rogers, which poured it on and claimed a 46-14 Class 3A Division II area-round victory over Jacksboro.
CAMERON — When presented with the hypothetical choice of being the best player on a decent team or a backup on a state championship team, Cameron Yoe’s Kobe Young didn’t hesitate with his decision.
While discussing Salado’s upcoming showdown with Texarkana Pleasant Grove, Eagles head coach Alan Haire earlier this week perfectly summed up the playoff gauntlet that awaits teams navigating their way to Arlington and AT&T Stadium.