Our world has changed dramatically since Refugio wrapped up the 2019 season with a 28-7 victory over Post to claim the Class 2A, Division I state championship.
District 14-3A, Division I lived up to its billing last season.
Palacios and Rice Consolidated started last season with new head coaches.
Nixon-Smiley coach Pablo Ybarra knows last season was a rebuilding year for the Mustangs.
Karnes City is facing its second season in District 15-3A, Division I.
Beeville and Gonzales will have new head coaches when the season begins Aug. 30.
Daniel Boedeker has been with the Shiner Comanches for two decades, but this season he will step into a new role as the team’s head coach.
After making it to the regional round in 2017 for the first time since 1990, Tidehaven took another step forward in 2018.
Wharton came into last season attempting to end its drought of 15 years without a district championship.
Falls City’s closet margin of victory in a District 15-2A, Division II game last season was 39 points.
BAY CITY – Rodney Mitchell is the youngest member of his family, but it would be a mistake to call him the baby.
Cuero’s closest margin of victory in a District 13-4A, Division II game last season was 36 points.
Refugio outscored its District 16-2A, Division I opponents by a combined score of 337-7 last season.
Refugio’s Ysidro Mascorro and Shiner’s Donyai Taylor share similar traits.