With three non-district games in the books for all eight football programs in District 14-5A, the action takes on a whole meaning on Sept. 29.That night marks the start of district play, and the race to accrue four playoffs as well as a district championship.
A handful of showdowns remain on the docket tonight for the all-Frisco district that is 13-5A in one last tune-up game before district play resumes on Oct. 6.With Liberty, Lone Star and Heritage competing in its contests on Thursday this week, that leaves Independence, Wakeland, Reedy, Frisco and Centennial geared up for its non-district foes tonight on the gridiron.Let’s take a closer look at these five matchups, with three of the games slated to go down in Frisco while Centennial and...
After the first three weeks of the young season, the Celina football team finds itself in familiar territory.The Bobcats started off the 2016 campaign with a 1-2 record heading into Week Four and they’ll do the same in 2017, following a hard-fought 49-34 defeat at the hands of state-ranked Argyle last Friday.Despite the 15-point loss, Celina finished the night with three more first downs and nearly 300 more rushing yards than Argyle, and even outscored the Eagles, 14-7, in the second...
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