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  1. The Shelbyville Dragons concluded their preseason scrimmages with visiting Beckville High School on Thursday. Both teams prepared with equal line of scrimmage plays for both varsity and junior varsity running scripted play drills. The scrimmages finished with the two varsities playing two quarters with Shelbyville holding a 12-3 lead over the Bearcats after one quarter. And they outpaced Beckville once again in the second quarter by a 14-0 margin.
  2. I may have missed it but does the penalty apply to all sports for two years or only football?
  3. Chapel Hill Elysian Fiels Etoile Gary Grand Saline Jacksonville Kenard Kilgore Martinsville Mount Vernon Mt. Enterprise Nacogdoches New Diana New Summerfield Overton Pewitt Quitman Rains Rusk Sulphur Springs Whitehouse Wills Point
  4. I remember playing Mount Enterprise back in 1958 or 59. I can just see the blue jerseys with red stars on the shoulders. They looked just like the ones that the college allstars used to wear when they played the pro's in Chicago each year.
  5. Timpson "BIG" Against Holland who plays Shelbyville Friday Hearne had 26 runs for a total of 67 yards and completed 4 of 12 passes with 4 interceptions
  6. I'll have to go with Holland here. I think the Dragons will have a difficult time stopping the running game of the Hornets.
  7. Roomed in college with a guy from Chester who told about driving by and seeing a buck grazing on the field. He pull up takes out his rifle and drops him as he crossed the 20 yr line.
  8. A special called meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Shelbyville Independent School District will be held on Thursday, February 18, 2021, beginning at Noon, in the Board Room of the Shelbyville Independent School District at 5322 St. Hwy 87 S, Shelbyville, Texas. 3. Executive Session a. Discussion of Athletic Director/Head Football Coach Applicants
  9. Special Board meeting called for Thursday 2/18 to hire AD and Head Coach.
  10. Maybe they could get Guy Harrison to be strength coach and Lester Belrose to coach the special teams punting and kicking.
  11. The game has been moved the Grapeland because of the power outage in Shelbyville.
  12. This was taken from the govenor's speach today mandating the wearing of facemack. Later Thursday, in an interview with Univision in Dallas, Abbott also signaled he might be rethinking plans to open the state's public schools for in-person classes this fall, after state officials said last month that it would be safe. “If COVID is so serious, it may mean that students are having to learn from home through a distance learning program, something like the use of Zoom or FaceTime or other strategies where a teacher in real time will have the means to speak with a student, a student will be able to speak with other students, and it will replicate the class setting as much as possible,” he said. No in school students?? What does that do to the football program?
  13. The first game I went to was in1953 Back then on away games it would be my parents and one other couple on the vistors side. I don't know how many games it's been but it's been a few.
  14. How can you name any best girl without starting with Teresa Weatherspoon of West Sabine. She was 2 times an Olympican and played 7 years in the WNBA.
  15. 3rd Qt Grapeland 37 Tenaha 37 2nd Qt Lincoln 18 Carthage 4
  16. 22-2A Shelbyville 7-0 Tenaha 6-1 San Augustine 4-3 Woden 4-3 Chireno 2-5 Timpson 1-5 Joaquin 0-8
  17. Bob Shelton, the first head football coach at Hays High and the only one for more than four decades, will be inducted into the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame next year. Officials with the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in Waco, which includes a separate high school football wing, announced the 2018 prep football inductees Thursday. Shelton will join Kingsville’s Bobby Cavasos (1950s and earlier), Temple’s Brad Dusek (1960s), Port Arthur Lincoln’s Ken Washington (1970s), Deer Park’s Tommy Jeter (1980s), New Braunfels’ Kliff Kingsbury (1990s), Aledo’s Johnathan Gray (2000s), coach Phil Danaher of Corpus Christi Calallen and former Texas Stadium manager Bruce Hardy (Dave Campbell contributor to the game) as the hall’s newest inductees. Shelton, who tallied a record of 313-187-7 in 47 seasons, coached at Hays for 43 years. Until his retirement in 2012, he was the only head football coach in the history of the school, which opened in 1968. At the time of his retirement, Shelton was one of just 10 Texas high school football coaches to record at least 300 career wins. He had one losing season in his final 25 years at Hays. In 2002, Shelton was inducted into the Texas High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame. The football stadium in Buda where Hays and Lehman play their home games is named for him. Gray played for the Texas Longhorns from 2012 to 2015 after leading Aledo to three state titles. He rushed for 10,889 yards in high school, falling just 343 shy of breaking the state’s all-time record set by Kenneth Hall of Sugar Land. Gray scored 205 touchdowns, including a single-game record eight in a 69-34 victory over La Marque in 2010.
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