806 HSSC’S TOP 50 TEXAS PLAYERS FOR THE CLASS OF 2019. WHO’S THE BEST IN TEXAS?

This list was originally going to be just for the 806 football players as we have a ton of great prospects in 2019 that will go next level for football lead by Trey Stephens; the ultimate linebacker for Coronado who has already taken a couple of official visits to Division One schools and was on Texas A&M’s radar as a freshman. Garrison Johnson is also definitely going DI as well as he has been offered by Nebraska earlier this season. But, when I started making the list I got a…

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BOYS TABC RANKINGS FOR DEC.19TH: CORONADO, LITTLEFIELD AND HAPPY IN TOP 10

Coronado lost a somewhat surprising game to Abilene Wylie Saturday, 59-51. Littlefiled lost two games this week to Trinity Christian and Brownfield, and Estacado lost another game; this one to #14th-ranked Tascosa but all those teams mentioned are still in the top 10 in TABC’S latest rankings. Here they are below. 2016-2017 TABC Rankings – December 19, 2016 Boys – Class 6A 1. Houston Sam Houston (18-0) 2. Dallas Skyline (11-0) 3. Klein Forest (15-0) 4. Cedar Hill (12-3) 5. North Crowley (12-2) 6. Allen (12-2) 7. SA Wagner (14-1) 8.…

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HOW A 28-10 3RD QUARTER BURST FUELED TRINITY CHRISTIAN TO VICTORY.

This game was intriguing to me in many aspects as both Trinity Christian and Palo Duro’s basketball teams are at the top of the 806 ladder as far as the good teams go. This was a matchup that would help both teams regardless if they won or not since this contest would be a good test to see where both teams stood before the Christmas break, and some tough district play for both teams. In the first quarter of this game played at Trinity, the Lions jumped out to an…

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WHAT, WHEN, WHY? THE FIVE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON THE ’16 FOOTBALL SEASON..

This season I honestly went with a different approach as far as coverage went. I wanted to really cover games that I knew would have major impacts on the regular season, and that their respective fans for those teams would actually look at the work I did. So this season there were many questions, not mention slurs and racial epithets along the way, but here are five questions asked of me throughout the season and here are the answers now that I have time to answer. #1 WHY DIDN’T YOU…

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MUSTANGS DOMINATE ALL-STATE SELECTIONS IN 5A

Coronado’s Christian Hayes, Mason Montoya, and Miguel Garcia make the Associated Press’  first team ALL-STATE and Noah Sifrit,  along with Qua Gray made the second team ALL-STATE. The lists and selections are below! Congrats to all! The 2016 Texas Associated Press Sports Editors Class 5A all-state high school football team, released Wednesday. Voting based on regular-season performance. Players are listed in alphabetical order at each position. FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE Linemen: — BARTON CLEMENT, Fort Bend Marshall, Jr. — no sacks allowed, averaged 6 pancakes/game — WYATT MORGAN, Grapevine, Sr. — No…

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GERBER, D’ANTA LAND ON FIRST TEAM ALL-STATE IN 4A AP SELECTIONS

Of course, we knew this was coming. Nick Gerber landed on the first team in 4A at quarterback and was named the Offensive Player of the Year. D’Anta Thomas was also named to the first team as cornerback. Here are all the teams and selections below.  The 2016 Texas Associated Press Sports Editors Class 4A all-state high school football team, released Tuesday. Voting based on regular-season performance. Players are listed in alphabetical order at each position. FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE Linemen: — CONNOR BARNETT, Robinson, Sr. — 96 percent grade, no sacks…

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NEW DEAL UP, LAMESA APPEARS IN LATEST BOYS TABC BASKETBALL RANKINGS

Congrats to New Deal as they are all the way up to number 15 in the state in basketball while Lamesa finally is in the rankings in 4A at number 17..Estacado is ranked fifth in 4A, and Littlefield is ranked seventh in 3A. Here are all the rankings below. 2016-2017 TABC Rankings – December 12, 2016 Boys – Class 6A 1. SA Wagner (13-0) 2. Houston Sam Houston (13-0) 3. Dallas Skyline (10-0) 4. Klein Forest (13-0) 5. North Crowley (11-2) 6. Allen (11-2) 7. FB Bush (10-3) 8. Westfield (14-4)…

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FLOREZ, ARCE LAND ON 1ST TEAM IN 3A ALL-STATE SELECTIONS…

CONGRATS TO OUR 806 FAMILY THAT MADE ALL-STATE! Jason Florez made the first team for Muleshoe at Wide Receiver and Matthew Arce from Littlefield made the first teams as well!! Here is the list below for all teams and honorable mention!   The 2016 Texas Associated Press Sports Editors Class 3A all-state high school football team, released Monday. Voting based on regular-season performance. Players are listed in alphabetical order at each position. FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE Linemen: — MATTHEW ARCE, Littlefield, Jr. — 98 percent grade, 76 pancakes — JORDAN HIGGINS, Lexington,…

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#TXHSFB STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS ARE HERE.. HERE IS ALL THE INFO YOU NEED…

  Category: Athletics FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUSTIN, TX— The 2016 UIL Football State Championships will take place this Wednesday through Saturday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.   AT&T Stadium – Arlington, TX Wednesday, December 14, 2016 Conference 1A Six-Man Division II – Balmorhea (14-0) vs. Richland Springs (13-0) – 4:00 p.m. Conference 1A Six-Man Division I – Gail Borden County (13-1) vs. Jonesboro (14-0) – 7:00 p.m. *To purchase tickets for the games on Dec. 14, please go to the following link:
http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/0C005145EE9D4005   Thursday, December 15, 2016 Conference 2A Division…

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CHILDERS, REED LAND ON ALL-STATE 2A TEAMS

Here are the all-state team selections for everyone in 2A. Congrats to Tim Childers as he was the only player to make a first team, on offense or defense! Teams below!  Texas APSE Class 2A all-state football team THE ASSOCIATED PRESSDecember 11, 2016 The 2016 Texas Associated Press Sports Editors Class 2A all-state high school football team, released Sunday. Voting based on regular-season performance. Players are listed in alphabetical order at each position. FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE Linemen: — ESTEVAN CARREON, Bruni, Sr. — 96 percent grade, no sacks allowed, 32 pancakes…

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