HALLETTSVILLE — Industrial did not have a lead against Hallettsville until 5 seconds remained in the first quarter, and only had a one-point advantage going into halftime.
NAVASOTA — The “Friday night lights” were on full display in Hallettsville’s Class 3A, Division I area round game against Diboll at Rattler Stadium.
YOAKUM — There was little to no breathing room in the 77th meeting between Hallettsville and Yoakum on Friday night at Bulldog Stadium.
HALLETTSVILLE — Shiner topped Hallettsville for the fourth straight time as the two teams opened the season at Brahma Memorial Stadium Friday night.
Industrial and Hallettsville were both included in Dave Campbell’s Texas Football’s 2021 preseason high school football Top 10 rankings for Class 3A, Division I.
KENEDY — Bishop came into its Class 3A, regional semifinal matchup with Hallettsville having given up one run in is six playoff games and averaging 14 runs a game on offense.
HALLETTSVILLE — Landon Sluka wasn’t sure what to expect when Hallettsville traveled to Belton to practice at Mary Hardin-Baylor the day before the Class 3A, Division I state final.
WEIMAR — Jagger Fishbeck and his Weimar teammates are too young to have witnessed Weimar’s five state championships and six state tournament appearances from 1996 to 2003.
Hallettsville senior Jonathon Brooks was a first-team selection at running back on the 2020 MaxPreps High School Football All-America Team.
ARLINGTON — Hallettsville’s Jonathon Brooks carried home the offensive MVP award after setting a Class 3A rushing record in the Class 3A, Division I state final.
A two-point conversion pass in overtime secured a 29-28 victory for Tuscola Jim Ned over Hallettsville in the Class 3A, Division I state championship game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
BELTON — Jonathon Brooks began his Wednesday signing a letter of intent to play at the University of Texas before boarding a bus with his Hallettsville teammates for the ride to Belton.
HALLETTSVILLE — The bridge over the Lavaca River was strung with maroon ribbons Wednesday morning, and the sign at Hoffer’s Drive In Grocery read “HEY GO BRAHMAS WIN STATE.”
GEORGETOWN — Both teams knew the Class 3A, Division I semifinal was going to be decided by which star athlete had the strongest night.
HALLETTSVILLE — The celebration of Hallettsville’s quarterfinal victory over Columbus lasted only as long as the bus ride home.
BASTROP — It was a matchup of standout running backs in the Class 3A, Division I quarterfinals for the second straight year, but it was Hallettsville that erased the demons of its past.