For a second consecutive season, Alvarado’s Brazos Fuller will try to help the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor to a Division III National Championship to cap off an undefeated season.
Grandview's playoff run came to a bitter end Friday in the Class 3A Division I Region II finals with a 13-10 loss to Kemp at MISD Multi-Purpose Stadium.
Due to a growing school district along with predicted growth in the future, Joshua ISD has decided to split athletic director and head football coach duties into two separate positions.
GRANDVIEW — With a berth to the Class 3A Division I state semifinals on the line, the Grandview Zebras face district rival Kemp in a state quarterfinal game Friday.
The University Interscholastic League announced its preliminary cutoff numbers Wednesday for its biennial realignment to be released in February.
The Cleburne Yellow Jackets are represented by five players on the All-District 9-5A football team, led by first-team receiver Jamari Bradley.
The Everman Bulldogs and Burleson Elks led the way in all-district voting for District 9-5A as the league’s top two teams with 21 and 17 selections apiece.
Casey Walraven reflects on his debut season as Cleburne's head coach and discusses the present and future for Cleburne football.
Grandview forced two turnovers in the final 3:03 to preserve a hard-fought 21-14 win over Whitesboro in a Class 3A Division I Region II playoff game Friday at Northwest ISD Stadium.
After finishing second in District 4-4A Division II, the Godley Wildcats were well-represented in all-district voting, including senior Taylor Grimes being named the league’s most valuable player.
After dominating their first two playoff opponents, next up for the Grandview Zebras is a showdown with the Whitesboro Bearcats in a Class 3A regional playoff game Friday.
The Grandview Zebras were simply dominant in the first half of their 49-6 area-round playoff win over Hughes Springs on Friday.
Coming off a hard-fought bidistrict win last week, the Godley Wildcats look to keep their season alive as they meet Bushland in a Class 4A Division II area playoff game Friday.
In the Class 3A Division I area playoffs, the Grandview Zebras face an opponent in the Hughes Springs Mustangs who bring a different style and brand compared to most teams in this era of spread-it-out, fast-paced football.
The Godley Wildcats battled back from a 10-point deficit in the second half to win their Class 4A Division II bidistrict playoff game against the Bridgeport Bulls, 32-28, on Friday at Bearcat Stadium.
The Grandview Zebras claimed a bidistrict title with a dominant 54-7 win over Pilot Point on Friday at the Gopher-Warrior Bowl to open the Class 3A Division I playoffs.
Springtown scored 21 unanswered points to break a 15-15 tie late in the first half en route to a 53-30 bidistrict playoff victory over the Alvarado Indians on Thursday night at Wildcat Stadium.
Godley is set to do battle against the Bridgeport Bulls as the Wildcats will try for their first playoff win since moving up to Class 4A Division II in 2014.
After a dominant regular season, the Grandview Zebras look to make a run in the playoffs, starting with a bidistrict showdown against Pilot Point on Friday.
The Godley Wildcats closed out the regular season with a 64-32 win over the Benbrook Bobcats at Clark Stadium on Friday to improve to 8-2 heading into the playoffs.
Joshua's defense recorded four game-changing turnovers in the second half as the Owls recorded a 31-21 win over Cleburne on Friday at Yellow Jacket Stadium to conclude the 2017 season.
GRANDVIEW — The Grandview Zebras host Life Oak Cliff on Friday looking to enter the playoffs on a high note by clinching the District 6-3A Division I title with a win.
GODLEY — Despite already having secured second place in District 4-4A Division II, the Godley Wildcats will treat their regular-season finale Friday at Benbrook like any other game, Coach Duke Dalton said.
For the second time in three weeks, former Cleburne quarterback Brian Baca was named the American Southwest Conference offensive player of the week for the ETBU Tigers.
The Godley Wildcats honored their seniors in the final home game of the 2017 season by rolling Venus, 69-10, to clinch a playoff berth for the third straight season.
Sitting at 0-8 and facing a 39-7 deficit midway through the third quarter, the Cleburne Yellow Jackets could've easily thrown in the towel and accepted a blowout loss. Instead, Cleburne put together a furious rally before Granbury held on for a 41-34 win Friday.
During the UIL's next realignment in February, Class 5A will be split into Divisions I and II, likely meaning Cleburne will not share a district with rivals Burleson and Joshua.
GODLEY — Godley junior Ian Mapes was nominated for and secured an invitation to the U.S. Army High School All-American National Combine.
After a season full of adversity, the Cleburne Yellow Jackets’ primary focus during the final two weeks is to finish strong and build some momentum heading into an important offseason.
GRANDVIEW — After a loss to rival Maypearl last week, the Grandview Zebras are now in a heated battle for the top spot in District 6-3A Division I.
RIO VISTA — Having already secured a playoff berth, the Rio Vista Eagles look to mark off two more items on their to-do list this year over the final two weeks, starting with a huge showdown Friday at Clifton.
The Smith Middle School eighth grade A-team beat Everman, 38-14, on Monday night to clinch the Quad County District Championship at Yellow Jacket Stadium.
GLEN ROSE — It was a tale of two halves as Godley saw a 35-21 halftime lead become a distant memory in a 69-35 loss Friday night at Glen Rose in a battle for first place.
Everman built a 34-0 lead through three quarters over Joshua as the Bulldogs won their fifth straight, 41-14, to stay in first place in District 9-5A while the Owls lost their fourth consecutive game.