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New Boston's Haskins commits to Memphis
Saturday, 16th June 2012 - 6:59PM
New Boston running back Damien Haskins, 5-9, 215, 4.6, has committed to the University of Memphis.

Haskins spent a lot of time behind record-breaking running back Shakeem Jefferson during his junior season, but is expected to be their lead back in 2012. Haskins ran for 1,187-yards and 19-TD's as a junior and averaged 13.6 yards per carry. He's also a straight-A student.

And, on the same day Haskins committed to Memphis, so did Commerce defensive lineman Cortez Crosby, 6-1, 260, 4.78.
Tullis resigns at Como-Pickton High
Wednesday, 30th May 2012 - 8:20PM
Paul Tullis sent an email this morning announcing his resignation as the AD/Head Football Coach at Como-Pickton High School.

Tullis, who was 16-34 in 5-years as the head coach, told David Smoak, "I just wanted to let everyone know that I am resigning from Como-Pickton at the end of this year. I am not locked in on anything yet but pretty sure I am taking the OC job at Dallas Wilson. I have some family issues with my mother in Mesquite I need to take care of and will move to the metroplex next year. I appreciate everyone who has helped me the past 5 years and hope to keep in touch."
Pinckard leaves DeKalb for Callisburg
Thursday, 24th May 2012 - 10:35PM
Ritchie Pinckard has resigned at DeKalb High School to take the job as athletic director and head football coach at Callisburg High School.

Pinckard was 13-8 in two years at DeKalb, including 9-2 in 2011. He was 12-11 in two years at Garrison High School in 2005-2006.

David Smoak
G.A. Moore Retires
Thursday, 24th May 2012 - 10:35PM
G.A. Moore, the all-time leader in wins in Texas High School football history has announced he's retiring at Aubrey High School.

Moore, with 423-career victories and eight state championships, was inducted into the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night in Waco, and late last week, he was a guest on our afternoon talk show on ESPN-Central Texas.

G.A. Moore Interview, Part I

G.A. Moore Interview, Part II
Mildred's Shimonek commits to Iowa
Sunday, 20th May 2012 - 12:13AM
Corsicana Mildred QB Nic Shimonek committed to the Iowa Hawkeyes on Thursday.

Shimonek, 6-3, 180, 4.98, was a unanimous District 6-2A Offensive MVP. He completed 194-290 passes for 2,940-yards and 37-TD's and ran for 8-TD's. And, he has a 3.82 GPA.
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Four games to focus on in Week 10 - Garrett Ross
Thursday, 27th October 2022 - 5:14AM
The final week of October brings us to Week 10 of the Texas high school football season, where only nine teams sit at 9-0 out of over 1500 programs from across the state. Some programs have already clinched a playoff berth, while others are fighting to keep their seasons alive.

Here are four games to focus on in Week 10.
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2022 & 2023 District 6-3A Division 1

2022-23 District 15-5A & 16-5A Other Sports Thread

Posted 2022-06-14 10:48:22, Post Count: 312

Hallsville (3-0)
Whitehouse (3-0)
Longview (2-1)
Pine Tree (2-1)
Mount Pleasant (1-2)
Texas High (1-2)
Marshall (0-3)
Tyler (0-3)

Game 3 on 3/21
Hallsville beat Longview 11-1
Whitehouse beat Mount Pleasant 20-0
Texas High beat Marshall  11-2
Pine Tree beat Tyler 2-0

Hallsville and Whitehouse cruised to big wins to remain unbeaten in district play.  PT pulled into a tie for third with Longview with their win.  Texas High finally got into the win column, while Marshall and Tyler continue to struggle.


Longview (12-3-1), (5-0)
Hallsville (7-8-2), (4-1)
Whitehouse (18-5), (4-1)
Texas High (8-6), (3-2)
Mount Pleasant (8-13), (2-3)
Pine Tree (17-8), (2-3)
Marshall (8-11-2), (0-5)
Tyler (2-18), (0-5)

Game 5 on 3/21
Longview beatHallsville 6-0
Texas High beat Marshall 11-6
Pine Tree beat Tyler 16-0
Whitehouse beat Mt. Pleasant 6-2

Longview took sole possession of first place with their win over Hallsville.  Hallsville and Whitehouse are knotted up for second place.  Texas High is sitting all alone in fourth place with MP and PT tied for fifth.  



Whitehouse (12-1-1) 37 points
Longview (11-3-0) 33 points
Tyler (11-3-0) 33 points
Mount Pleasant (10-4-0) 29 points
Texas High (5-9-0) 15 points
Pine Tree (5-9-0) 15 points
Hallsville (2-12-0) 6 points
Marshall (0-14-0) 0 points

Nacogdoches (DC) Vs. Vs. Mount Pleasant (F).........7PM Thursday in Tyler (Rose Stadium)
Whitehouse (DC) Vs. Dayton (F).......... 6:30 Friday in Diboll
Lufkin (R) Vs. Tyler (T)..........7:30 PM, Thursday in Jacksonville (Tomato Bowl)
Longview (R) Vs. Humble Kingwood Park (T) ..........7 PM, Thursday in Diboll


Longview (11-2-1) 35 points
Hallsville (11-3-0) 33 points
Pine Tree (11-3-0) 33 points
Mount Pleasant (8-5-1) 25 points
Tyler (6-8-0) 18 points
Texas High (4-10-0) 12 points
Whitehouse (4-10-0) 12 points
Marshall (0-14-0) 0 points

Humble Kingwood Park (DC) Vs. Vs. Mount Pleasant (F)..........6PM, Friday in Athens (Bruce Field)
Longview (DC) Vs. New Caney Porter (F)..........6:00 PM, Friday in Lufkin
Lufkin (R) Vs. Pine Tree (T)..........5:30 PM, Thursday in Jacksonville (Tomato Bowl)
Hallsville(R) Vs. Nacogdoches (T).........7PM, Thursday in Henderson (Lion Stadium)

Madden Ring of Honor is a Joke

Posted 2023-03-22 16:57:34, Post Count: 1

These Are The First Ever Inductees Into Madden's Ring Of Honor ( 

I will agree with Lawrence Taylor, but if Madden was still around there would be at least one or two offensive linemen in the group and a linebacker.  I realize that Deion is in, because he could make plays, but he couldn't tackle anyone.  

Price-Carlisle OPEN

Overton open

Posted 2023-03-21 07:20:23, Post Count: 21

Word on the street is he took another job...good luck coach 

Overton open