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  1. If you hear the story behind Triston leaving Mexia for Pittsburg it makes sense. It's tough for Mexia as they go through yet another coaching change and I hope they can find the right fit. I have become a huge fan of Triston Abron and wish him the best at Pittsburg and even more so, better health for his father's recovering.
  2. Here's an interview with Terry Gambill on SicEm365 Radio soon after he announced his retirement. https://twitter.com/DavidSmoak/status/1371947902977896448?s=20 Smoaky
  3. TSWA Class 6A All-state football team Klubnik, Lanz are players of the year BRYAN – Austin Westlake junior quarterback Cade Klubnik and Denton Guyer senior defensive lineman Cooper Lanz are the players of the year on the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 5A All-State Football Team. Klubnik passed for 3,495 yards and 35 touchdowns with only three interceptions in leading Westlake to the Division I state title. He also rushed for 583 yards and 15 touchdowns. Lanz, who signed with Baylor, had 129 tackles, 30 of them for losses, including 14 sacks along with 24 quar
  4. TSWA Class 5A All-state football team Aledo duo are players of the year BRYAN – Aledo running back DeMarco Roberts and defensive back Bryan “BJ” Allen are the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 5A All-State Football Team. Roberts, who signed with Lamar University, rushed for 2,266 yards with 39 touchdowns. Allen, a junior who is a four-star prospect, had 67 tackles, 56 of them solos. Roberts and Allen helped Aledo win the Division II state title. Denton Ryan’s Dave Henigan and Liberty Hill’s Kent Walker shared coach of the year honors. Henigan led his team to the
  5. TSWA Class 4A All-state football team Jenkins, King are players of the year BRYAN – Lindale running back Jordan Jenkins and Carthage defensive back Brandon King are the players of the year on the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 4A All-State Football Team. Jenkins rushed for 3,044 yards with 51 touchdowns in leading Lindale to the Division I state title game. He also had 24 receptions for 211 yards and three scores. King had 53 tackles and nine interceptions in leading Carthage to the Division II state title. Carthage’s Scott Surratt was the coach of the year.
  6. I've been in this business for nearly 40-years, so I'm used to this trend, but it's very disturbing. We release a massive team encompassing 140+ programs in a large chunk of the regions we cover, East and Central Texas. 99% of the time the reaction is something negative, "why not," "How come..." "where is....?" Drives. Me. Crazy.
  7. I have always been available for "why?" So, name the players and then let's find out if they were nominated because we scratched and clawed to find everyone we could based on resources. Again, don't be generic, name the players, their stats and schools and let's see why not? My email is also available to insure I receive your response [email protected] Thank you.
  8. If they were nominated, they made Honorable Mention.
  9. TSWA Class 3A All-state football team Brooks, Jackson are players of the year BRYAN – Hallettsville running back Jonathon Brooks and Canadian linebacker Ethan Jackson are the players of the year on the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 3A All-State Football Team. Brooks, who signed with the University of Texas, rushed for 3,530 yards with 62 touchdowns for the Division I runner-up. He also had 17 receptions for 319 yards and three scores. He rushed for 1,749 yards and 27 TDs in just the playoffs. Jackson had 158 tackles, 30 of them for losses in leading Canadian to the
  10. TSWA Class 2A All-state football team Freeman, Brooks are players of the year BRYAN – Mart quarterback Roddrell Freeman and Shiner defensive lineman Doug Brooks are the players of the year on the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 2A All-State Football Team. Freeman rushed for 1,758 yards with 31 touchdowns and passed for another 1,449 yards with 16 TDs in leading the Panthers to the Division II state championship game. Brooks had 105 tackles, including 22 for loss in leading the Comanches to the the Division I state title. FIRST TEAM Offense
  11. https://www.smoaky.com/allsmoaky/allsmoakyeastwinners20.php
  12. The All-East Texas Team will be out on Monday...the team has been selected, Superlatives set and we'll have it out that day.
  13. My trip to cover Super Bowl LV pushed everything back and our webmaster and I will have that up we hope by end of the day on Friday, most likely on Monday. I would rather not release it on the weekend for more eyeballs during the week. Thank you.
  14. https://twitter.com/DavidSmoak/status/1359260727521984516?s=20
  15. I was just now looking at this thread and let me make this very clear. Yoe ISD contacted Midway's Jeff Hulme, but there was never, not once any discussion or an interview or an offer and/or visa-versa interest from Coach Hulme. I don't know how this all started, but then again I do because of the connection between the superintendent and Coach Hulme, Texas Tech connections, etc. But, this was never going to happen and suggesting Jeff Hulme would leave Midway for Yoe, despite their amazing history and tradition was way off base.
  16. I debate releasing the All-Smoaky.com Teams every year because I know there's always going to be disappointment if someone is overlooked and it's surely not because of our effort to find every single nomination. But, if someone isn't listed it means I didn't receive a nomination and/or just an accidental oversight. There can always be a debate on who is 1st, 2nd, 3rd-Team or Honorable, who is a part of the "Superlative" awards or not. But, after more hours on this than anyone can imagine, here is our 2020 All-Smoaky.com All-Central Texas High School Football Team. https://www.sm
  17. http://www.callawayallee.com/jerry-jordan-richards/ Former Grapeland Head Coach Curt Faigle sent this to me and also said, "Jerry Richards was a long-time employee at Grapeland and served many roles, including head golf coach and head football coach. He passed away suddenly on Tuesday. He was the hardest working member of my staff during my time at Grapeland."
  18. I spoke with the "former Yoe coach" (Rick Rhoades) who is retiring at Gregory-Portland after the school year. And, when I asked if there was coaching on his radar, he said, "I want to retire and I plan on retiring on June 1st." And, Rhoades knew about the rumblings about Coach Brashear being out at Yoe. We'll see, stay tuned. https://twitter.com/DavidSmoak/status/1350123060020580352?s=20
  19. I recorded a 10-12 minute interview with Todd Dodge this afternoon for Monday's show on SicEm365 Radio. There are numerous tie-in's even from the days when Todd won a state championship with SLC at Riley was the QB, when Westlake won a state championship back in the day, Riley was a ball boy on the sideline. Coach (Todd) Dodge gave me an funny as hell answer to one of your questions about the "grandkids"...I'll have the interview on my twitter feed at @DavidSmoak by around 4:00 on Monday. Smoaky
  20. Class 6-A, Division I Semifinals: (11-0) Southlake Carroll vs. (10-0) Duncanville Saturday, 3:00pm, Globe Life Park, Arlington (14-0) Galena Park North Shore vs. (12-0) Austin Westlake Saturday, 2:00pm, Legacy Stadium, Katy Class 6-A, Division II Semifinals: (11-2) Denton Guyer vs. (11-1) Cedar Hill Saturday, 1:00pm, McKinney I.S.D. Stadium (12-1) Katy vs. (11-3) Hays Consolidated Saturday, 2:00pm, McLane Stadium Class 5-A, Division I Semifinals: (8-4) Mansfield Summit vs. (13-0) Denton Ryan Friday, 7:00pm, AT&T Stadium, A
  21. About every year at this time I post an old article I wrote about playing my last game of varsity football and what a high school football coach meant to me. It's long, but I've always received tremendous feedback from the membership and from high school football coaches throughout Texas. So, here it is... Merry Christmas! Smoaky ===== Dear Coach, I've been fortunate enough to have played the game of football in this state, and yes, before you smirk, many years ago (late-70's) at Universal City Randolph. As a military brat, I played for three high schools in fou
  22. East Texas: Offense: Mason Courtney, RB, Carthage, 16-carries for 244-yards, 3-TD’s, 2-catches for 46-yards, W/Gilmer 70-14. Defense: Jahkamian Carr, DL, Longview, 11-Tackles, 3-Sacks, 4-TFL, 1-CF, 1-FR, W/Lancaster 56-20. Brandon King, DB, Carthage, 2-Tackles, 4-Interceptions (2-TD’s), 1-PBU, W/Gilmer 70-14. Special Teams: Antonio Onofre, K/P, Longview, 8-8 XP’s, 6-punts for 37.0-average, Cristian Jiminez, K, Carthage, 8-8 XP’s, W/Gilmer 70-14. ===== East Texas: Roddrell Freeman, QB, Mart, 23-carries for 192-yards, 3-TD
  23. East Texas: Offense: D.J. Freeman, QB, Pine Tree, 11-17 passing for 240-yards, 1-TD, 22-carries for 130-yards, 1-TD, W/A&M Consolidated 34-28 (OT). Defense: Colton Widemon, LB, Lindale, 2 fourth-down stops in final quarter, last one to setup game-winning FG, W/Austin L.B.J. 31-28. Special Teams: Landon Love, K, Lindale, 4-4 XP’s, 1-FG (23), W/Austin LBJ 31-28. ===== Central Texas: Offense: Roddrell Freeman, QB, Mart, 22-carries for 135-yards, 3-TD’s, 7-8 passing for 211-yards, 3-TD’s, W/Falls City 48-21. De
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