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  1. Photo credit: Greg Hammer for HornSports .wk3 { font-family: Roboto; } .wk3 strong { font-size: 14px; } CLASS OF 2022 RB Jamarion Miller, Tyler Legacy (2-0) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Longview (1-1) Location: Rose Stadium aka Earl Campbell Field (Tyler ISD) Address: 609 Fair Park Dr, Tyler, TX 75701 Game Day Forecast – Tyler, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Tyler Legacy 62, Tyler High 55 WR Jordan Hudson, Garland High (2-0) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Plano Prestonwood Christian (2-0) Location: Lions Stadium Address: 6801 West Park Blvd, Plano, TX 75093 Game Day Forecast – Plano, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Garland High 55, Richardson 3 WR Evan Stewart, Frisco Liberty (2-0) - NOT PLAYING FOR UNDISCLOSED REASONS - Week 2 Result: WIN – Frisco Liberty 55, Greenville 21 WR Brenen Thompson, Spearman (1-1) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Dalhart (0-2) Location: Lynx Stadium (Spearman ISD) Address: 403 E 11th Ave, Spearman, TX 79081 Game Day Forecast – Spearman, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Spearman 56, Sanford-Fritch 0 WR Armani Winfield, Lewisville (2-0) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Arlington Lamar (0-2) Location: Max Goldsmith Stadium (Lewisville ISD) Address: 1098 W Main St, Lewisville, TX 75067 Game Day Forecast – Lewisville, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Lewisville 53, Keller Timber Creek 24 OL Kelvin Banks, Humble Summer Creek (2-0) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Conroe High (2-0) Location: Turner Stadium (Humble ISD) Address: 1700 Wilson Rd, Humble, TX 77338 Game Day Forecast – Humble, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Humble Summer Creek 61, Spring Dekaney 7 OL Devon Campbell, Arlington Bowie (0-2) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Mesquite Horn (0-1) Location: Hanby Stadium (Mesquite ISD) Address: 410 E Davis, Mesquite, TX 75149 Game Day Forecast – Mesquite, TX Week 2 Result: LOSS – DeSoto 45, Arlington Bowie 21 OL Kam Dewberry, Humble Atascocita (2-0) Date/Time: Saturday, September 11th @ 6 p.m. Opponent: @ Klein Oak (1-1) Location: Klein Memorial Stadium (Klein ISD) Address: 16607 Stuebner Airline Rd, Klein, TX 77379 Game Day Forecast – Klein, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Humble Atascocita 41, Allen 20 OL Cole Hutson, Frisco High (2-0) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Lake Dallas (2-0) Location: Kuykendall Stadium (Frisco ISD) Address: 6927 Stadium Ln, Frisco, TX 75034 Game Day Forecast – Frisco, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Frisco High 43, Frisco Reedy 30 OL Connor Robertson, Austin Westlake (2-0) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7:30 p.m. Opponent: Mansfield Summit (1-1) Location: Crusader Stadium (Mary Hardin-Baylor) Address: 900 College St, Belton, TX 76513 Game Day Forecast – Belton, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Austin Westlake 34, Euless Trinity 14 OL Neto Umeozulu, Allen (1-1) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Cedar Hill (1-1) Location: Eagle Stadium (Allen ISD) Address: 155 Rivercrest Blvd, Allen, TX 75002 Game Day Forecast – Allen, TX Week 2 Result: LOSS – Humble Atascocita 41, Allen 20 DT Jaray Bledsoe, Marlin (1-1) - RULED INELIGIBLE DUE TO TRANSFER - DT Kristopher Ross & CB Denver Harris, Galena Park North Shore (2-0) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Spring Westfield (2-0) Location: Planet Ford Stadium (Spring ISD) Address: 23802 Cypresswood Dr, Spring, TX 77373 Game Day Forecast – Spring, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Galena Park North Shore 34, Klein Collins 7 DE Omari Abor, Duncanville (1-1) - GAME CANCELED - Week 2 Result: WIN – Duncanville 42, Dallas South Oak Cliff 27 DE/LB Derrick Brown, Texarkana Texas High (1-0) Date/Time: Thursday, September 9th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Forney (1-1) Location: Forney City Bank Stadium (Forney ISD) Address: 9067 FM 741, Forney, TX 75126 Game Day Forecast – Forney, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Texarkana Texas High 21, Arkansas (Texarkana, AR) 0 LB Trevell Johnson, Arlington Martin (1-1) - OUT FOR YEAR DUE TO INJURY - LB Jeremy Patton, Tenaha (2-0) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Bullard Brook Hill (1-1) Location: Raymond Jackson Stadium (Tenaha ISD) Address: 138 College St, Tenaha, TX 75974 Game Day Forecast – Tenaha, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Tenaha 41, Arp 28 LB Harold Perkins, Cypress Park (2-0) Date/Time: Thursday, September 9th @ 6:30 p.m. Opponent: Rosenberg Lamar Consolidated (1-1) Location: Cy-Fair FCU Stadium (Cy-Fair ISD) Address: 8877 Barker-Cypress Rd, Cypress, TX 77433 Game Day Forecast – Cypress, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Cypress Park 62, Cy-Fair 28 CB Terrance Brooks, Little Elm (2-0) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Plano West (2-0) Location: Kimbrough Stadium (Plano ISD) Address: 700 N Murphy Rd, Murphy, TX 75094 Game Day Forecast – Murphy, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Little Elm 63, North Forney 20 S Bryan Allen Jr., Aledo (2-0) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Fort Worth Arlington Heights (1-1) Location: Bearcat Stadium (Aledo ISD) Address: 1000 Bailey Ranch Rd, Aledo, TX 76008 Game Day Forecast – Aledo, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Aledo 45, Frisco Lone Star 35 S Bryce Anderson, Beaumont West Brook (2-0) Date/Time: Saturday, September 11th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Houston Lamar (0-2) Location: Delmar Stadium (Houston ISD) Address: 2020 Mangum Rd, Houston, Texas 77092 Game Day Forecast – Houston, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Beaumont West Brook 48, Tomball Memorial 34 S Austin Jordan, Denton Ryan (1-1) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Frisco Reedy (0-2) Location: C.H. Collins Complex (Denton ISD) Address: 1500 Long Rd, Denton, TX 76207 Game Day Forecast – Denton, TX Week 2 Result: LOSS – Denton Guyer 14, Denton Ryan 7 K Will Stone, Regents School of Austin (2-0) Date/Time: Friday, September 10th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Bellaire Episcopal (0-2) Location: Knights Field Address: 3230 Travis Country Circle, Austin, TX 78735 Game Day Forecast – Austin, TX Week 2 Result: WIN – Regents School of Austin 55, Pflugerville Connally 0
  2. Photo credit: Greg Hammer (@creolehammer17) This is something we'll do throughout the season and into the playoffs. These lists are comprised of Texas commitments, offers and potential offers, but no out-of-state guys. Click the links on the address and forecast lines for quick info, and please let me know if there are any questions or if something needs to be corrected. body p { font-family: Roboto; } CLASS OF 2022 RB Jamarion Miller, Tyler Legacy Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Lufkin (0-0) Location: Abe Martin Stadium aka John Outlaw Field (Lufkin ISD) Address: 309 South Medford Dr, Lufkin, TX 75902 Game Day Forecast – Lufkin, TX WR Jordan Hudson, Garland High Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Dallas Kimball Location: Sprague Athletic Complex aka James Jones Field (Dallas ISD) Address: 3606 South Westmoreland, Dallas, TX 75233 Game Day Forecast – Dallas, TX WR Evan Stewart, Frisco Liberty Date/Time: Thursday, August 26th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Frisco Reedy Location: Kuykendall Stadium (Frisco ISD) Address: 6927 Stadium Ln, Frisco, TX 75034 Game Day Forecast – Frisco, TX WR Brenen Thompson, Spearman Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Stratford Location: E.L. Bass Stadium (Stratford ISD) Address: 503 N 8th St, Stratford, TX 79084 Game Day Forecast – Stratford, TX WR Armani Winfield, Lewisville Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Arlington Bowie Location: Wilemon Field (Arlington ISD) Address: 2000 Sam Houston Dr, Arlington, TX 76014 Game Day Forecast – Arlington, TX OL Kelvin Banks, Humble Summer Creek Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Friendswood Location: Henry Winston Stadium (Friendswood ISD) Address: 702 Greenbriar, Friendswood, TX 77546 Game Day Forecast – Friendswood, TX OL Devon Campbell, Arlington Bowie Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Lewisville Location: Wilemon Field (Arlington ISD) Address: 2000 Sam Houston Dr, Arlington, TX 76014 Game Day Forecast – Arlington, TX OL Kam Dewberry, Humble Atascocita Date/Time: Thursday, August 26th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Klein Collins Location: Turner Stadium (Humble ISD) Address: 1700 Wilson Rd, Humble, TX 77338 Game Day Forecast – Humble, TX OL Cole Hutson, Frisco High - GAME CANCELED - OL Connor Robertson, Austin Westlake Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Temple Location: Wildcat Stadium (Temple ISD) Address: 415 N 31st St, Temple, TX 76504 Game Day Forecast – Temple, TX OL Neto Umeozulu, Allen Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Plano East Location: Eagle Stadium (Allen ISD) Address: 155 Rivercrest Blvd, Allen, TX 75002 Game Day Forecast – Allen, TX DT Jaray Bledsoe, Marlin - RULED INELIGIBLE DUE TO TRANSFER - DT Kristopher Ross & CB Denver Harris, Galena Park North Shore Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Pearland Shadow Creek Location: Freedom Field (Alvin ISD) Address: 10855 County Road 65, Iowa Colony, TX 77583 Game Day Forecast – Iowa Colony, TX DE Omari Abor, Duncanville Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA) Location: Panther Stadium (Duncanville ISD) Address: 900 W. Camp Wisdom Rd, Duncanville, TX 75116 Game Day Forecast – Duncanville, TX DE/LB Derrick Brown, Texarkana Texas High Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Tyler High Location: Tiger Stadium at Grim Park (Texarkana ISD) Address: Summerhill Rd & W 12th St, Texarkana, TX 75501 Game Day Forecast – Texarkana, TX LB Trevell Johnson, Arlington Martin Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Austin Lake Travis Location: Cavalier Stadium (Lake Travis ISD) Address: 3322 Ranch Road 620 South, Austin, TX 78738 Game Day Forecast – Austin, TX LB Jeremy Patton, Tenaha Date/Time: Saturday, August 28th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Honey Grove Location: Raymond Jackson Stadium (Tenaha ISD) Address: 138 College St, Tenaha, TX 75974 Game Day Forecast – Tenaha, TX LB Harold Perkins, Cypress Park Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Cypress Ridge Location: Cy-Fair FCU Stadium (Cy-Fair ISD) Address: 8877 Barker-Cypress Rd, Cypress, TX 77433 Game Day Forecast – Cypress, TX CB Terrance Brooks, Little Elm Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: @ Hurst L.D. Bell Location: Pennington Field (Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD) Address: 1501 Central Dr, Bedford, TX 76022 Game Day Forecast – Bedford, TX S Bryan Allen Jr., Aledo Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7:30 p.m. Opponent: Weatherford Location: Bearcat Stadium (Aledo ISD) Address: 1000 Bailey Ranch Rd, Aledo, TX 76008 Game Day Forecast – Aledo, TX S Bryce Anderson, Beaumont West Brook Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @ 7 p.m. Opponent: Beaumont United Location: Beaumont ISD Memorial Stadium Address: 5250 Bayou Willow Way, Beaumont, TX 77707 Game Day Forecast – Beaumont, TX S Austin Jordan, Denton Ryan Date/Time: Saturday, August 28th @ 2 p.m. Opponent: Longview Location: Ford Center at The Star Address: 3680 Dallas Pkwy, Frisco, TX 75034 Game Day Forecast – Frisco, TX K Will Stone, Regents School of Austin Date/Time: Friday, August 27th @7 p.m. Opponent: Tyler Grace Community Location: Knights Field Address: 3230 Travis Country Circle, Austin, TX 78735 Game Day Forecast – Austin, TX
  3. SNAPSHOT DAY AHEAD Mark Oct. 27 on your calendar. Okay, don’t, but know that this is the date when the UIL takes its “snapshot†enrollment count at every school. Some expect the UIL to expand Class 6A this time around, which would bring in schools such as Highland Park and Mansfield Lake Ridge up from Class 5A into 6A. The UIL recently raised the ceiling on the number of schools that can be in Class 6A. They’ve done before and hit that ceiling each time soon after. Additionally, Class 5A will be split into two divisions. The changes will have an affect on all of Class 5A as schools that were once considered small will now be with larger enrollments, by comparison. TEXAS COMMITS SQUARE OFF There are several times this year when a pair of Texas commits will face each other on the football field. Below is a rundown of those games. 1. Sept. 1 – Spring Westfield (Keondre Coburn) vs Houston Lamar (Al’Vonte Woodard) CANCELLED 2. Sept. 8 – Lake Travis (Cameron Dicker) vs Cibolo Steele (Caden Sterns) 3. Sept. 15 – Spring Dekaney (Malcolm Epps) vs Alief Taylor (Brennan Eagles) 4. Oct. 6 – Spring Delaney (Malcolm Epps) vs Spring Westfield (Keondre Coburn) 5. Oct. 21 – Houston Heights (Jalen Green) vs Houston Lamar (Al’Vonte Woodard) CIRCLE THE DATE Top ranked Carthage and Texas RB commit Keontay Ingram will take on powerful East Texas rival Gilmer, at Gilmer, on Sept. 23. The game not only presents two of the best Class 4A teams in the state, but two offenses with completely different philosophies. REMEMBER ME? Texas commit Rondale Moore and his Louisville Trinity Shamrocks will play host to another tough out of state team this week in Cincinnati (OH) Archbishop Moeller. If the name of the school is familiar, it is where former Notre Dame coach Gerry Faust won four high school national championships before taking the Notre Dame job. Needless to say, Faust did not enjoy the same success at Notre Dame. DALLAS/FT WORTH HORNS CAN SEE COBURN UP CLOSE On Sept. 8 perennial power Euless Trinity will play host to Houston Lamar and Keondre Coburn. I expect this game to be televised but as of now, it has not been announced. So fans in the Dallas-Ft Worth area can get an up close look at Coburn in a rare instance where he’s playing locally. The game will start at 7 p.m. at Pennington Field. GAMES OF INTEREST Abilene vs #7 San Angelo Central Austin Vandergrift vs Odessa Permian Euless Trinity vs Tulsa Union Southlake Carroll vs Broken Arrow (OK) #1 Allen vs #10 Cedar Hill #1 Cedar Park vs Waco Midway Lufkin vs Longview Highland Park vs Rockwall Dekaney vs #6 GP Northshore CANCELLED Lamar vs Westfield CANCELLED Austin Westlake vs Katy CANCELLED Weslaco vs George Ranch CANCELLED #6 Lancaster vs #4 Denton Ryan Boerne Champion vs Prosper (@ Georgetown) Mineola vs #8 Van Carthage vs Gladewater Navasota vs Franklin Tatum vs Arp #2 Newton vs Kirbyville Per the Houston Chronicle, the following is a list of games that have been cancelled this week due to the flooding of Hurricane Harvey. Cancellations include games involving teams from these districts: Alvin ISD Aldine ISD Cypress-Fairbanks ISD Fort Bend ISD Humble ISD Spring Branch ISD Alief ISD Deer Park ISD Boling ISD Needville ISD Week 1 cancellations include: Sterling vs. La Marque Westbury vs. Baytown Lee Sam Houston vs. Washington Heights vs. Travis Wheatley vs. Sharpstown Worthing vs. Brazosport Furr vs. Yates Westside vs. Brenham Scarborough vs. Austin Lamar vs. Westfield Chavez vs. Spring Woods North Forest vs. Stafford Madison vs. Fort Bend Marshall Milby vs. Lutheran North Wisdom vs. Tomball Kashmere vs. Northside Waltrip vs. Huntsville Bellaire vs. Clear Brook Humble vs. Tompkins Morton Ranch vs. Nimitz Seven Lakes vs. Houston Memorial Austin Westlake vs. Katy Foster vs. Katy Taylor Cinco Ranch vs. Cy Ranch Mayde Creek vs. Kempner Bush vs Alief Taylor Clements vs Sam Rayburn Dulles vs Alief Elsik Hightower vs Eisenhower Travis vs Heights Austin vs Alief Hastings Elkins vs Dickinson Marshall vs Madison Ridge Point vs Kingwood Willowridge vs Aldine Cypress Springs vs Conroe Cypress Woods vs Klein Collins Cy-Fair vs The Woodlands Alvin vs Stratford Manvel vs. Crosby North Shore vs. Dekaney Galena Park vs. Pasadena Aldine Davis vs Klein Willis vs MacArthur Huffman-Hargrave vs Needville Livingston vs New Caney Lumberton vs Porter (rescheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday at Texan Drive Stadium) Deer Park vs Episcopal Boling vs. Van Vleck Needville vs. Huffman-Hargrave Goose Creek Memorial vs. Tomball Memorial Magnolia vs. Kingwood Park Dawson vs. Oak Ridge Dobie vs. Summer Creek Atascocita vs. La Porte Channelview vs. Dayton Keaontay Ingram TEXAS COMMITS 2018 CLASS 1. BJ FOSTER, S, Angleton vs Galveston Ball Tornadoes, Friday, Sept 1, 7 pm, Courville Stadium (Galveston) Cancelled 2. BRENNAN EAGLES, WR, Alief Taylor vs George Bush Broncos, Thursday, Aug. 31, Crump Stadium (Alief) Cancelled 3. CADEN STERNS, S, #5 Cibolo Steele vs Madison Mavericks, Friday, Sept 1, 7:30 p.m. Lehnoff Stadium (Schertz) 4. JALEN GREEN, CB, Houston Heights vs Travis Tigers, Thursday, Aug. 31, 7 pm, Delmar Stadium (Houston) Cancelled 5. AL’VONTE WOODARD, WR, Houston Lamar vs Spring Westfield Mustangs, Friday, Sept 1, 7 pm, George Stadium (Spring) Cancelled 6. DEMARVION OVERSHOWN, S, Arp vs Tatum Eagles, Friday, Sept 1, 7:30 pm, Tiger Stadium (Arp) 7. AYODELE ADEOYE, LB, IMG Academy vs Centennial (Cal), Saturday, Sept 2, 7 pm, (Centennial) 8. CAMERON RISING, QB, Newbury Park CA vs Agoura, Friday, Sept. 1, 7 pm (Agoura) 9. KEAONTAY INGRAM, RB, Carthage vs Gladewater Bears, Friday, Sept. 1, 7:30 pm, Bulldog Stadium (Carthage) 10. RONDALE MOORE, WR, Louisville Trinity KY vs Cinncinatti Moehller, Saturday, Sept. 2, 12:00 p.m., (Trinity) 11. CASEY THOMPSON, QB, Newcastle OK, vs Noble, Friday, Sept. 1, 7 pm, (Noble HS) 12. BYRON HOBBS, LB, FW Eastern Hills vs Dallas Pinkston, Saturday, Sept. 2, 7:30 p.m., Handley Field (Ft Worth) 13. REESE MOORE, OT, Seminole vs Lubbock High Westerners, Friday, Sept. 1, 7:30 pm, Lowrey Field (Lubbock) 14. DOMINICK WOOD-ANDERSON, TE, AZ Western College vs Eastern Arizona, Saturday, Sept. 2, 7 p.m. (Eastern AZ) 15. CAMERON DICKER, K, Austin Lake Travis vs Converse Judson Rockets, Friday, Sept. 1, 7:30 pm, Rutledge Stadium (Converse) 16. KEONDRE COBURN, DT, Houston Spring Westfield vs Alief Taylor, Friday, Sept. 1, 7 pm, Westfield Cancelled 17. MALCOM EPPS, TE, Spring Dekaney vs. Galena Park Northshore, Thursday, Aug. 31, 7 pm, GP Northshore Cancelled 18. RHAFITI GHIRMAI, OL, Frisco Wakeland vs Frisco Liberty, Friday, Sept. 1, 7 p.m. Frisco Memorial 2019 CLASS 1. ROSCHON JOHNSON, QB, Port Neches-Groves vs Silsbee, Friday, Sept. 1, Silsbee Tiger Stadium TBD AP STATE POLLS Here is The Associated Press high school poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, points based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, and the team’s ranking in last week’s poll: Class 6A School Total Points 1. Allen (8) 211 2. Katy (5) 201 3. DeSoto (3) 170 4. Converse Judson (5) 169 5. Cibolo Steele (1) 160 6. Lake Travis (2) 136 7. Austin Westlake (1) 119 8. Cedar Hill 83 9. The Woodlands 63 10. Galena Park North Shore 22 Others receiving votes: 11, Spring Westfield 8. 12, Klein Collins 7. 12, Coppell 7. 14, Southlake Carroll 4. 14, Pearland 4. 16, Tyler 3. 17, Beaumont West Brook 2. 17, Mansfield 2. 17, Katy Cinco Ranch 2. 20, Denton Guyer 1. 20, San Benito 1. Class 5A School Total Point 1. Manvel (8) 223 2. Aledo (14) 218 3. Dallas Highland Park (1) 162 4. Temple 152 5. Cedar Park (1) 140 6. Denton Ryan 99 (tie)CC Calallen 99 8. Fort Bend Marshall (1) 96 9. College Station 60 10. Lancaster 52 Others receiving votes: 11, Richmond Foster 23. 12, Mansfield Legacy 12. 13, Angleton 8. 14, Mesquite Poteet 7. 15, Port Neches-Groves 5. 15, Colleyville Heritage 5. 17, Port Arthur Memorial 4. 18, Dripping Springs 3. 19, A&M Consolidated 2. 19, Mansfield Lake Ridge 2. 21, Texarkana Texas 1. 21, N. Richland Hills 1. 21, Lubbock Coronado 1 Class 4A School Total Point 1. Carthage (18) 235 2. Gilmer (4) 197 3. West Orange-Stark (2) 178 4. Argyle (1) 162 5. Waco La Vega 148 6. Cuero 104 7. Celina 88 8. Kennedale 77 9. Abilene Wylie 58 10. China Spring 41 Others receiving votes: 11, Midlothian Heritage 36. 12, Giddings 15. 13, Van 12. 14, Kilgore 7. 15, Sweetwater 6. 15, Wimberley 6. 17, Monahans 2. 18, Sinton 1. 18, El Campo 1. 18, Henderson 1. Class 3A School Total Point 1. Cameron Yoe (12) 223 2. Brock (3) 184 3. Gunter (4) 156 4. Hallettsville (2) 136 5. Lexington (2) 113 6. Yoakum (1) 108 7. Newton (1) 102 8. East Bernard 89 9. Wall 69 10. Malakoff 62 Others receiving votes: 11, Canadian 57. 12, Teague 15. 13, Rockdale 14. 14, Mineola 11. 14, Arp 11. 16, Jefferson 7. 17, Sonora 6. 18, New London West Rusk 4. 19, Franklin 2. 19, Big Sandy Harmony 2. 19, Woodville 2. 22, Crockett 1. 22, Pottsboro 1. Class 2A School Total Point 1. Refugio (11) 213 2. Tenaha (9) 211 3. Mart (3) 194 4. Bremond (2) 174 5. Crawford 152 6. Mason 105 7. Muenster 70 8. Albany 62 9. Abernathy 49 10. Wellington 38 Others receiving votes: 11, Iraan 31. 12, Burton 20. 13, Shiner 18. 14, De Leon 15. 15, Centerville 9. 16, Groveton 4. 16, San Augustine 4. 18, Munday 2. 18, Evadale 2. 20, Falls City 1. 20, Alto 1. MAXPREPS NATIONAL TOP 25 1. Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif) 2. St John Bosco (Bellflower, Calif) 3. IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla) 4. Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) 5. Centennial (Corona, Calif) 6. St Thomas Aquinas (Ft Lauderdale, Fla) 7. Chandler, AZ 8. DeMatha (Hyattsville, MD) 9. Allen, TX 10. De La Salle (Concord, Calif) 11. DeSoto, TX 12. Bergen Catholic (Oradell, NJ) 13. East (Salt Lake City) 14. Grayson (Loganville, Ga) 15. South Pointe (Rock Hill, SC) 16. St Joseph’s Prep (Philadelphia) 17. Hoover, Ala 18. Lake Travis (Austin) 19. St Xavier (OH) 20. St Joseph Regional (Montvale, NJ) 21. Trinity (Louisville, KY) 22 Warren Central (Indianapolis) 23. American Heritage (Plantation, Fla) 24. Katy, TX 25. Carol City (Miami) Aransas Pass, Ingleside, Rockport-Fulton suspend seasons Rockport-Fulton and Aransas Pass high schools were scheduled to open the 2017 football season against each other Friday night. Hurricane Harvey, though, has put football in the backseat as both communities were devastated by the category 4 hurricane that hit Friday night. But Pirates coach Jay Seibert and Panthers coach Ryan Knostman are determined to get their teams back on the field as soon as possible to help give their players, each school’s students and the community a sense of normalcy. Seibert and Knostman said the goal is to play their first games Sept. 15, which also is likely the first week the two schools will be back in session. Both teams have suspended their seasons indefinitely to assess the damage. Also suspending its season was Ingleside, which also was hard-hit by the storm. “People say athletics is not important and right now it’s not in the big picture but it’s very important for our kids to get back to normalcy, to what’s normal to them,†Seibert said from his cell phone on Sunday. “I went up the football field and there were a couple of players looking around. We plan on the next two weeks to do everything we can to get the team together before that two weeks is over.†Seibert said he rode out the storm in Portland but said Rockport-Fulton's football stadium held up well as the storm’s eyewall barreled into the community. He said there was damage to the bleachers and the locker room facilities were good. But he said the school’s gym is destroyed as is the school’s girls locker room facilities. The Aransas County ISD superintendent said the goal is to start school on Sept. 11 and Seibert said he wants to try to begin working with his team before that so they can play on Sept. 15. The Pirates are scheduled to play Leander Glenn in Seguin. Knostman said the Aransas Pass' football field — Bo Bonorden Memorial Stadium — suffered heavy damage as both press boxes were destroyed, and he said there was significant damage to the baseball and softball fields. He said all extracurricular activities at the school have been suspended, but like Seibert, he wants to be able to play on Sept. 15. According to a message on the Aransas Pass Independent School District's Facebook page, school is canceled until further notice. “I’m going to try my hardest that once school reopens that we get rolling again,†Knostman said. “I want to do everything in my power to have the shortest amount of delay possible that once we open school we will be resuming extracurricular activities.†Ingleside football coach Hunter Hamrick, who was in Waco, said their season has also been suspended and said the school lost light poles and both goal posts at their football stadium. He added the school's new indoor athletic facility looks to be fine. A Facebook message from the district said classes are canceled until further notice. REFUGIO Refugio head coach Jason Herring said he has not really thought about football after the devastation the storm has caused in the town. Herring said the district’s new high school has severe damage on the roof along with more damaged homes and businesses throughout the community. He said they will know more in the next few days once they can assess the damage. “We haven’t really thought about school or Friday’s game,†Herring said. “The whole city is without power, sewer for at least 10 days. We don’t know how bad it is. We have tried to reach out from a team standpoint to a bunch of our kids to make sure they are OK or need anything. We have no cell service and all the means that we usually have and we just take for granted are gone.†CCISD Corpus Christi ISD Athletic Director Brenda Marshall said she went to the Cabaniss Athletic Complex and Buc Stadium over the last two days and said both football stadiums did not sustain major damage. She said the fields look good and light poles are still up. Both stadiums do have bent goal posts, and Marshall said there is some water damage at Buc Stadium in one of the press boxes. Marshall said what happens this week in terms of sports will be determined by power to the schools. Marshall added they could play games Saturday if needed this week. King and Ray were scheduled to play each other on Thursday, and also Carroll and Miller were set to start their seasons on Friday. Moody is scheduled to play West Oso and Veterans Memorial is playing Laredo Martin. CALALLEN Calallen football coach and athletic director Phil Danaher said he was having a voluntary practice on Monday as they begin preparations to open the season on Friday at home against Mercedes. The Wildcats do not have school on Monday and lost their final scrimmage against Ray because of the approach of Hurricane Harvey. “Those who are in town and make it we will have a work out and I told my coaches if you cannot make it don’t worry about it,†Danaher said. “You don’t want to try to take any risks to get back into town if it’s flooded.†The Calallen football team is also teaming up with neighbor school Tuloso-Midway for a fundraiser from 9 a.m.-12:45 p.m. for the affected communities from Hurricane Harvey. The fundraiser will take place on the home side of Calallen’s football stadium. GREGORY-PORTLAND Head football coach and AD Rick Rhoades said Sunday he has not had any conversations with the administration about when school will resume and if they will open the season against El Campo on Friday. He said he has been in contact with several of the players and said players went as far as away as Alabama. G-P will not be in school on Monday. “I think most of them evacuated and that’s going to be the biggest chore is when we get back is trying to get everybody rounded up,†Rhoades said. TULOSO-MIDWAY Warriors head coach Wade Miller spent much of Sunday in Woodsboro helping residents clean up after the town was devastated by Hurricane Harvey. “The damage there is unbelievable,†Miller said. “I don’t think there is a house in that town that does not have any damage. I’ve never seen anything like it.†Miller said Tuloso-Midway is out of school on Monday and was not sure about Tuesday. He said if can get back on the field Wednesday and Thursday they can still play Laredo Nixon on Friday. The Warriors will play in Laredo. “We are going to try to play Friday night if there is any way possible,†Miller said. “I’m not opposed to playing Saturday but we haven’t talked about that yet.†BEEVILLE Coach Jerry Bomar said if they are able to return to school on Tuesday they should be able to open the season on Friday against Kingsville. “We definitely want to play and we are planning on playing some way,†Bomar said. Bomar confirmed late Sunday night that the game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday at Javelina Stadium in Kingsville. SINTON Pirates coach and athletic director Tom Allen said the school has power and water and the goal is start school on Wednesday. He said if they start then it is not likely they will be able to open the season on Friday against Rio Hondo. “It’s more of a safety deal more than anything,†Allen said. “Whenever kids come back we certainly don’t want to rush them.†ROBSTOWN The Cotton Pickers were scheduled to open the season against Ingleside on Friday and coach Richard Kattner said he is working to try to find another game if he can. He said that school is canceled for Monday but said the school has minimal damage and he said the town did not receive many of the damaging effects of the storm. FLOUR BLUFF Hornets AD and football coach Steinbruck evacuated and headed back to town Sunday afternoon. The school canceled Monday and Tuesday so far. The district sent out a news release Sunday announcing the cancellation of the Flour Bluff season opener against Cedar Park Vista Ridge and that all athletic events were postponed until further notice. LONDON London ISD is on intercession and was not scheduled to have classes this week. Athletic Director Robbie Moreno said the London at Bishop volleyball match scheduled for Tuesday has been rescheduled for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. The Pirates, which were scheduled to open their season Thursday against Bishop, are looking at playing Saturday or canceling the game pending the ability of students in both communities to return after fleeing Harvey. WOODSBORO Woodsboro, which bore the brunt of the storm’s effects, will remain closed this week, but AD Xavier Rangel said he has heard a timeline of anywhere between two and four weeks before the school will have electricity restored. “The main thing right now is to start cleaning up the community,†Rangel said. “Hopefully it will stop raining for a little while. As far as athletics, our main concern is trying to make sure that everyone is safe. We’ll see what we get when we get back to school and go from there.†The first-year Eagles coach said the play clocks and scoreboards did not withstand the wind and that both sets of field goal posts were bent. The Dome, basketball and weight facility were in good shape Rangel was told. Although games will not be played soon, Rangel said he wants to resume athletics as soon as the school can reopen and facilities are safe to use. “It is one of those deals where if we can help the community get their mind off things for a few hours on a Friday night, hopefully we can do that,†Rangel said. Woodsboro is in a five-team District 16-2A Division II and is not scheduled to play its first district game until Oct. 13. BANQUETE Banquete’s season opener against Santa Gertrudis Academy has been moved to Javelina Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Banquete athletic director Kevin Hermes said Bulldog Stadium lost one of its light poles due to high winds and was unsure of a timeline of when it might be replaced. The Week 1 schedule change is the only one that has been made at Banquete so far. SGA athletic director Bradly Chavez said the expectation is that the school will reopen on Tuesday as scheduled. ODEM Odem athletic director Armando Huerta said the school’s baseball field sustained severe damage as the home bleachers were flipped by the heavy winds and tore down the fencing on the first base side of the field. The Owls were scheduled to play Taft in Week 1 and Huerta said the teams agreed to meet Friday, Oct. 6, when both schools had an open date. Lack of water and electricity is keeping both campuses closed as of Sunday. SKIDMORE-TYNAN Skidmore-Tynan athletic director John Livas said school is canceled on Monday and the district is taking a wait-and-see approach for Tuesday as students and teachers return to the area after evacuating. He said the school’s scoreboards on several fields had been damaged, but was unaware of any further damage. Unsure of when S-T will return to the classroom, Livas confirmed Sunday that the Bobcats’ season opener against Freer has been canceled. GEORGE WEST George West athletic director Brett Kornegay said he did not foresee any reason why the Longhorns’ scheduled season opener against San Diego would not be played as of Sunday. SAN DIEGO As long as no more significant rain happens, San Diego is back in school Tuesday the Vaqueros will play George West on Friday as scheduled. Both schools have grass fields. Vaqueros coach Bo Ochoa said even in the case of rain, he will seek out a turf field to make sure the game is played. http://www.caller.com/story/sports/high-school/2017/08/27/aransas-pass-ingleside-rockport-fulton-suspend-seasons/606635001/ From the Corpus Christi Caller Times . . . DISTRICT 30-5A Ray vs. King, TBA Friday or Saturday FRIDAY'S GAMES NON-ZONE/NON-DISTRICT West Oso at Moody, 4 p.m. Alice at Laredo Alexander Flour Bluff vs. Cedar Park Vista Ridge, UIW, San Antonio, ccd. Laredo Martin at Veterans Memorial, Multipurpose Mercedes at Calallen Miller vs. Carroll, 8 p.m., at Buc Stadium El Campo at Gregory-Portland, ccd. Tuloso-Midway at Laredo Nixon, ccd. AREA THURSDAY'S GAMES Agua Dulce at Pettus, 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Runge London at Bishop, ccd. Banquete at Santa Gertrudis Academy, 7:30 p.m., Javelina Stadium, Kingsville FRIDAY'S GAMES NON-DISTRICT Aransas Pass at Rockport-Fulton, ccd. Beeville at Kingsville Benavides at Ben Bolt Bishop at Freer Bruni at Falls City Ingleside at Robstown, ccd. La Villa at Riviera Mathis at Falfurrias Nixon-Smiley at Riviera, ccd. Orange Grove at Gonzales Refugio at Hebbronville, ccd. Sinton at Rio Hondo, ccd. Skidmore-Tynan at Freer, ccd. Taft at Odem, ccd.

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