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  1. 2 hours ago, Mavchamp said:

    Any thoughts on WH #5 being benched this week for his stunt Thursday night?

    Or did that not happen in your world either? 

    #45 and #2 get to sit out the first half too for their ejections along with our 2. 


    And what caused those ejections? Marshall players ripping off the helmet and stomping on #5. Was he wrong to retaliate in the line after the game, absolutely and he is suffering the consequences. 
    What about the Marshall asst coach that continuously called the WH quarterback a little ### and mocked him?

  2. 1 hour ago, hoopscoach17 said:

    Look at this crazy scenario in 8-5A Div II.

    The 4 teams that will be in the play-offs has been decided: Texas High, Whitehouse, Hallsville and Marshall.

    The current standings look like this.

    Texas High             4-1

    Whitehouse            4-1

    Hallsville                 3-2

    Marshall                  3-2

    This week's schedule has  Texas High vs. Pine Tree,  Whitehouse vs. Marshall  and Hallsville vs. Mt. Pleasant.

    If Hallsville, Marshall and Pine Tree all win then the top 4 all finish at 4-2!!!  I guess seeding will be determined by some kind of point spread?!?

    Now, Hallsville and Marshall both could and should win but PT bearing Texas High is very unlikely. But if they do, wow!! Quadruple District Champs!!

    Or if Whitehouse wins they’re district champs!

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  3. 4 hours ago, Mavchamp said:

    I'm a little surprised no one in the district moved their games......

    Looks like some coaches want the rain to equalize things.

    I don't mind sitting in the rain.  Don't even mind the cold.....  not crazy about the cold and the rain.

    But the lightning delays..... the severe weather...... meh.  I'd be OK without all that.  

    Whitehouse asked to play Thursday and Texas High said no. 

  4. Whitehouse football is currently 2-0. They are averaging over 400 yards a game so far this season. They have played well all around with solid defense, good special teams and a well balanced offense. Looking forward to see what happens the rest of the season. 

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  5. 7 hours ago, Mavchamp said:


    And the fact that EVERY 5A school in East Texas is a minority school except WH and Hallsville is hysterical to me.

    I know Longview, Pine Tree, and Marshall have had some similar past issues with Hallsville through the years too. But at least Hallsville administration makes an effort to squash it. It definitely seems like it’s not systemically poisoned like WH. 

    I got accused of “acting black” once over in the political forum. Don’t even know what that means.  But anyone that knows me knows I’m white as wonder breadS.  Lmao. 

    Anyone that wants to give poor picked on Whitehouse their deserved coverage is more the Welcome to post it.  I’m under zero obligation to do so. 

    As a moderator shouldn't you cover everyone?  A topic post of Disrtrict 8-5A Div II Football should include all of the teams.  Yes, I am from Whitehouse and am not sure what you are talking about as far as our football team goes.  They are hard working kids and deserve coverage of their games.  I would like to know specifics about what the current kids have done.  Every school has certain "fans" that give the school a bad name, but I don't think it is fair to judge a new team based on the past when McFarlin and Mahomes were there.  We have a new coach and a new AD and things are different.  

  6. 19 hours ago, Smoaky said:

    East Texas:


    Jordan Allen, QB, Longview, 15-20 passing for 201-yards, 2-TD’s, W/McKinney Boyd 36-10.

    Ty Arroyo, QB, Athens, 14-23 passing for 164-yards, 1-TD, 17-carries for 100-yards, 3-TD’s, W/Brownsboro.

    Ayden Barrett, QB, Bullard, 16-28 passing for 206-yards, 4-TD’s, W/Mabank 28-22.

    Jayke Bass, RB, Union Hill, 13-carries for 187-yards, 5-TD’s, W/Leverett’s Chapel 63-18.

    Braden Bennett, QB, Mount Vernon, 11-20 passing for 251-yards, 4-TD’s, 5-carries for 102-yards, 1-TD, W/Quinlan Ford 48-28.

    Rylan Berry, RB, Prairiland, 24-carries for 180-yards, 3-TD’s, 1-catch for 25-yards, W/Big Sandy 41-7.

    Terry Bussey, QB, Timpson, 14-16 passing for 268-yards, 4-TD’s, 10-carries for 146-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Beckville 53-22.

    Jaden Chavers, RB, Union Grove, 22-carries for 206-yards, 3-TD’s, W/T.K. Gorman.

    Connor Cuff, QB, Carthage, 20-24 passing for 292-yards, 4-TD’s, W/Kilgore 45-10.

    Spencer Danner, RB, Pleasant Grove, 14-carries for 166-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Brock 28-7.

    J.Q. Davis, RB, Marshall, 25-carries for 153-yards, 3-TD’s, W/Tyler High 40-29.

    Trae Davis, RB/WR, Troup, 6-carries for 91-yards, 1-TD, 2-catches for 83-yards, 2-TD’s, W/White Oak 49-14.

    Jeremiah Drayton, RB, Queen City, 15-carries for 132-yards, 1-TD, W/Rivercrest 38-28.

    Juan Garcia, RB, Ore City, 16-carries for 112-yards, 1-TD, W/Linden-Kildare 13-7.

    Jalen Hale, WR, Longview, 6-catches for 123-yards, 2-TD’s, W/McKinney Boyd 36-10.

    Timmy Hamilton, RB, Blooming Grove, 112-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Riesel 28-0.

    Montrell Hatten, WR, Carthage, 6-catches for 108-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Kilgore 45-10.

    Ashton Haynes, RB, Gilmer, 10-carries for 150-yards, 2-TD’s, 1-catch for 21-yards, 1-TD, W/Chapel Hill 51-27.

    Reese Hicks, QB, Frankston, 6-11 passing for 81-yards, 19-carries for 169-yards, 2-TD’s, 1-2XP, W/Grapeland 24-22.

    Braylon Jones, RB, Mount Pleasant, 20-carries for 146-yards, 1-TD, W/Pittsburg 22-16.

    Gauge Jordan, QB, Joaquin, 12-carries for 173-yards, 4-TD’s, 1-1 passing for 48-yards, 1-TD, W/Arp 42-14.

    Makenzie, McGill, RB, Mount Vernon, 6-catches for 198-yards, 2-TD’s, 12-carries for 61-yards, 1-TD, W/Quinlan Ford 48-28.

    Luke McMullen, WR, Jefferson, 2-carries for 116-yards, 2-TD’s, 2-catches for 16-yards, 1-TD, W/New Boston 43-0.

    Donald McVay, RB, Alba-Golden, 12-carries for 187-yards, 1-TD, 2-catches for 15-yards, W/Detroit 55-0.

    Ethan Miller, WR, Hallsville, 6-catches for 139-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Terrell 44-41.

    Ja’Tyrion Moore, QB, Tenaha, 16-carries for 402-yards, 6-TD’s, 4-8 passing for 44-yards, 1-TD (also 1-Interception on defense and 8-Tackles, 1-PBU and 2-KR for 35-yards), W/West Sabine 50-38.

    Jace Moseley, QB, Hallsville, 13-19 passing for 235-yards, 3-TD’s, 13-carries for 166-yards, 1-TD, W/Terrell 44-41.

    Rashawn Mumphrey, RB, Alto, 25-carries for 267-yards, 1-TD, 3-2XP, L/Shelbyville 48-44.

    Noah Paddie, WR, Carthage, 6-catches for 113-yards, 1-TD, W/Kilgore 45-10.

    Dawson Pendergrass, RB, Mineola, 33-carries for 210-yards, 3-TD’s, also returned block XP for 2-points, L/Canton 34-24.

    Kevin Pierce, RB, Troup, 10-carries for 106-yards, 2-TD’s, 1-catch for 30-yards, 1-TD, W/White Oak 49-14.

    Kameron Shaw, RB, Canton, 24-carries for 209-yards, 3-TD’s, W/Mineola 34-27.

    Dax Stovall, QB, Spring Hill, 11-17 passing for 225-yards, 2-TD’s, 1-Rushing TD, also 7-13 3rd-Down Efficiency and 437-yards of offense,W/Spring Hill 44-34.

    Taylor Tatum, RB, Longview, 16-carries for 144-yards, 3-TD’s, 2-catches for 11-yards, W/McKinney Boyd 36-10.

    Jason Tennison, RB, Malakoff, 14-carries for 131-yards, 3-TD’s, W/West Rusk 28-7.

    Bradyn Walker, WR, Lufkin, 6-catches for 165-yards, 2-TD’s, W/Tyler Legacy 31-23.

    Cole Watson, RB, Tatum, 22-carries for 168-yards, 3-TD’s, L/Center 44-42 in 4-OT.

    Kamran Williams, RB, Jefferson, 16-carries for 236-yards, 2-TD’s, 1-catch for 9-yards, 1-TD, W/New Boston 43-0.


    Gavin Barabas, DE, Caddo Mills, 19-Tackles (11-Solo), 5-TFL, 2-Sacks, 3-QBP, 1-CF, W/Community 29-0.

    Rylan Berry, DB, Prairiland, 6-Tackles, 1-PBU, 1-Interception, W/Big Sandy 41-7. 

    Terry Bussey, DB, Timpson, 9-Tackles, 1-TFL, W/Beckville 53-22.

    Eliez Castillo, Gilmer, 10-Tackles, 1-QBP, 2-CF, 1-TFL, W/Chapel Hill 51-27.

    Jared Cook, Frankston, 16-Tackles, 11-TFL, 2-CF, 1-Sack, W/Grapeland.

    Landon Cook, OLB, Alto, 13-Tackles, 3-TFL, L/Shelbyville 48-44.

    Carter Cooper, Union Grove, 6-Tackles, 1-Interception, 1-FR, W/T.K. Gorman.

    Cross Dimaggio, LB, Mount Vernon, 12-Tackles, 2-TFL, 1-Interception for TD, W/Quinlan Ford 48-28.

    Jackson Dowling, Rusk, 11-Tackles, 2-TFL, W/Fairfield.

    Canaan Eiland, Canton, 9-Tackles, 1-TFL, 2-CF, 4-PBU, W/Mineola 34-27. 

    Bryan Elizalde, Grand Saline, 14-Tackles, 4-TFL, 1-CF, 2-Blocked XP’s and returned one for 2-points, L/Cooper 32-18.

    Rohan Fluellen, DB, Gilmer, 12-Tackles, 2-Interceptions, W/Chapel Hill 51-27.

    Aaron Foster, LB, Newton, 25-Tackles, 5-TFL, 3-PBU, W/Anahuac 30-14 in first career start.

    Juan Garcia, LB, Ore City, 8-Tackles, 2-TFL, W/Linden-Kildare 13-7.

    J.J. Garner, LB, Timpson, 11-Tackles (9-Solo), 5-TFL, 2-Sacks, W/Beckville 53-22.

    Keighen Green, DE, Chester, 6-Tackles, 1-CF, W/Galveston O’Connell 47-0.

    Tucker Howell, ILB, Troup, 14-Tackles, 2-TFL, W/White Oak 49-14.

    Ja’Braylon Lydie, ILB, Troup, 13-Tackles, 3-TFL, 1-Sack, 1-FR for td (32), w/White Oak 49-14.

    Chad McCuin, Rusk, 17-Tackles, 2-TFL, W/Fairfield.

    Noe Mendieta, DB, Canton, 16-Tackles, W/Mineola 34-27.

    Colby Plasterer, DB, Ore City, 10-Tackles, 1-PBU, W/Linden-Kildare 13-7.

    Tyler Rogers, LB, Frankston, 18-Tackles, 3-TFL, W/Grapeland 24-22.

    Quintin Taylor, OLB, Troup, 11-Tackles, 2-TFL, W/White Oak 49-14.

    Special Teams:

    Dustin Austin, K, Troup, 7-7 XP’s, W/White Oak 49-14.

    Christian Baxter, K/P, Tyler Legacy, 1-FG (47), 5-punts for 37.0-average, L/Lufkin 31-23.

    Trae Davis, PR, Troup, 1-PR for 42-yards, W/White Oak 49-14.

    Jeremiah Drayton, KR, Queen City, 1-KR for TD (70), W/Rivercrest 38-28.

    Jackson Duplichain, PR, Alto, 3-PR for 120-yards, 1-TD, L/Shelbyville 48-44.

    Da’njihalon Gipson, Center, 2-KR for 91-yards, 1-TD (88), W/Tatum.

    Jose Govea, K, Gilmer, 6-7 XP’s, 1-FG (22), W/Chapel Hill 51-27.

    Blake Harmon, K/P, Grace Community, 6-6 XP’s, 1-FG (20), successfully recovered his own onside-kick, 40.0-yard punt average and huge with field position, W/Winona 39-7.

    Matthew Hayes, K, Hooks, 2-XP’s, 1-FG (27) game-winner with 2:45 left, W/Harmony 17-14.

    Carlos Hernandez, K, Center, 3 Touchbacks, 3-punts for 40.3-average and one punt pinned at the 

    Josh Green, QB, Whitehouse, 12-16 passing for 210-yards, 2-TD’s, 90-yards rushing, 1-TD, L/North Forney 49-47.

    Whitehouse beat North Forney 47-30

  7. 6 hours ago, Mavchamp said:

    Since when? 

    Our football game with them in 2019 was a freaking circus.  2020 was almost has bad…. but not not as hostile.  Both games in WH.

    We were fully prepared for it, though.  Fans and coaches had already been debriefed by the same from  Pine Tree, Mt Pleasant, Nac. 

    WH Players using racial epithets to get reactions from the opposing team (hoping to get a flag thrown on the reaction).  Stepping on hands.  Fingers in the eyes on pile ups. Pinching… punching.    You know… real football stuff 🙄🙄🙄  

    Don’t even get me started on the signs and the chants by the student section. 

    This is stuff reported by multiple schools, from multiple fan bases of multiple sports.  Longview, Marshall, Texarkana, Tyler, Lufkin, MP, PT, Nac……. What do all those schools have in common?  They are all minority schools.

    It’s truly a reputation they have earned over the last 20 years or so that I’m aware off.    And while administration says all the right things about it not being tolerated….based on what I’ve personally experienced at their basketball and baseball games…. They are most definitely complicit in how the students behave.   It’s a part of the culture there and has been a long long time.

    They aren’t the only school in the district with this problem…… but at least the other is a little more covert about it.  



    I was referring to the team from last year and going forward with the new coach.  I know that this type of behavior would not be tolerated from the current coaching staff.  

  8. 3 hours ago, LoboFan07 said:

    They are the Highland Park of East Texas in terms of the comments their fan base and students continue to throw out there during athletic events for dang sure.

    I wish nothing but loss after loss for every single one of their programs based on just the racist, homophobic comments that I have heard every single time I've attended one of their games.

    I am sorry that you have had that experience in Whitehouse.  I can promise you that the football team does not fit in this category at all.  I hope you give them another chance.

  9. On 7/7/2022 at 3:37 PM, tomlandry said:

    I know I will get BANNED and SHUNNED for this statement but Whitehouse is notorious for DBFL - DADDY BALL FOOTBALL LEAGUE. Always the same story of  somebody's feelings getting hurt. Blaming the coach and wanting SO HARD to be the Highland Park of East Texas when they long been out of that running. 



    Daddy football left with the last qb.  Someone finally said, no, your kid isn't playing just because you're on the school board.

  10. On 6/26/2022 at 8:29 PM, Mavchamp said:

    Now Whitehouse is another story.  Ask any fan of any school in the district and you’ll get the same response…. That’s just a fact! 

    I think it's funny that the Marshall head coach came and found the WH QB after last season's game and complimented him and told him what a great job he did, but you only put them down.  It's a new WH team and I think everyone is in for a surprise with them.

  11. On 6/26/2022 at 2:59 PM, Mavchamp said:

    Hard time believing WH is going to improve that much.  They lost their QB, their top rusher, top WR, a chunk of their OL and their coach.


    The WH qb that left was benched after 5 games, the only games WH won last year were with the returning QB.  Not sure where the information is coming from about losing the top rusher and WR.  They have a receiver with several DI offers coming in.  I think WH is going to be a big surprise to many this season.

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