Mavchamp Posted March 20, 2021 Share Posted March 20, 2021 Texas High- After struggling in 5A Div I football the last few years, the Tigers dominated in their new Div II digs with a district championship and an impressive (11-1) season. They look to remain on top in 2021. Pine Tree- The Pirates are coming off their best season since 1976 at (9-2-1). They had a generational ATH in DJ Freeman at QB. The Bucks are looking to replace and continue their success in 21. Whitehouse- The Wildcats are coming off an (8-3) season and will have a new HC on the sidelines to keep things headed in the right direction. WH has become an annual playoff contender...but winning in the post season has been a struggle. Nacogdoches- The Dragons made some noise in 2020. At (5-5) they snatched up the final playoff slot and ended Marshall's domination of the district. Nac is looking to take the next step and become a district title contender. Marshall- The district championship streak ended. The long consecutive district winning streak ended. The long playoff streak ended. Some big off season staffing changes and a year of experience should have the Mavs back on track after a very disappointing (5-5) in 2020. Mount Pleasant- The Tigers didn't win many games in 2021, but they were competitive. As always seems to be the case for MP.... depth will be the biggest issue, not lack of athletes. Jacksonville- In spite of their 1-9 record, the Indians were competitive in most of their games. Lack of depth usually lead to second half blowouts. But Jville has talent; particularly on offense. Hallsville- The Bobcats only played 6 games last season due to COVID-19. They were winless on....and off the field. They have an uphill battle ahead of them in 2021, but they are never short of athletes on the field. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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