Lonnie Judd is approaching his 28th year as a football coach, so he’s been through plenty of first days. However, this first day took its rightful place as the most unique.
Two post-practice exchanges at Lake Belton’s Bronco Gym perfectly summed up the new reality for many area high school coaches and players. After concluding their first day of volleyball practice Monday, Broncos head coach Liz Ramsey called her players into one final huddle before dismissing …
Scott Stewart acknowledged more questions need answers. But Temple’s athletic director and football head coach also latched onto the silver lining associated with what was learned Tuesday, even though traditional went by the wayside.
The details are still being finalized, but it appears that Friday night lights in 2020 can be seen live at home.
Amid concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic, the University Interscholastic League — the state’s governing body of public high school athletics — is finalizing plans and procedures to allow high school football games on Friday nights to be shown live in the fall, and area coaches are all for the idea.
Questions shaped by a perspective-altering pandemic hovered for three long, sometimes unnerving months.
Athletic directors, coaches and players wondered when they might be able to practice together again and how it would all work.
After Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday announced Phase 3 of his plan to reopen the state during the coronavirus pandemic, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Heart of Texas officials said they were informed that they can indeed host a pair of Victory Bowl games today and Friday.
The head coach gathered his baseball team for one last postgame talk. His words were few and far between, his voice cracked and eye contact wasn’t easy to muster.