|WEEK 2 SCOREBOARD|
|Calallen||Kerrville Tivy||7:30 PM|
|*Orange Grove||Tuloso-Midway||7:30 PM|
|**Flour Bluff||Kilgore||SAT 2 P|
|*Bishop||West Oso||7:30 PM|
|Santa Gertrudis||Falfurrias||7:30 PM|
|George West||Freer||7:30 PM|
|Edna||Aransas Pass||7:30 PM|
|Hebbronville||San Diego||7:30 PM|
|La Villa||Taft||7:30 PM|
|John Paul II||Agua Dulce||7:30 PM|
|Sabinal||Ben Bolt||7:30 PM|
|Marine Academy||Benavides||7:30 PM|
|Nixon-Smiley||Three Rivers||7:30 PM|
|London||Pharr Oratory||7:30 PM|
|*Games on the Blitz|
|**Game played at Galena Park H.S.|
High school football opened across the state of Texas Thursday night with a pair of local games on tap. In the featured game Carroll knocked off CCISD rival Miller 35-10.
The Taft Greyhounds are looking for big things in 2014 after changing district opponent .The Greyhounds are expecting to contend for the District 15-3A DII crown... More>>
The Odem Owls have high expectations in 2014 with 14 total starters back and a new district. The Owls are picked to finish first in District 15-3A DII...
The London Pirates are looking to make waves in their district debut in 2014. London kicks off district play for the first time ever after not even fielding a varsity team last season.
Here are the initial Friday Night Sports Blitz rankings of the 2014 season for the large schools (Classes 6A and 5A) and small schools (Classes 4A, 3A and 2A). The rankings are based on how each school is expected to fare against its competition, not always who would win head-to-head match-ups. More>>
Click the link to see the entire 2014 Friday Night Sports Blitz preview show! The high school football season kicks off this Thursday, August 28th with the first Blitz coming the following night at 10:35 p.m. More>>
The Flour Bluff Hornets have high expectations in 2014, but they're going to have to produce in a tough new district, and with a new head coach. The Hornets moved to the new class 5A and over to District 30 to join the likes of regional stallwarts Calallen, G-P and Alice.
New Rockport-Fulton football coach Jay Seibert is no stranger to South Texas football. A former Gregory-Portland player who spent time in Portland as an Offensive Coordinator, Seibert left a two-year gig at Troy, Texas to join the Pirates. More>>
The Kingsville Brahmas have quietly been building a winning tradition here in South Texas the last couple years, and they're looking to continue that trend under a new head coach. The Brahmas promoted former Defensive Coordinator Teddy Carrier...
It was close, but not quite for the Robstown football team in 2013. This year the Cottonpickers are focusing on doing whatever it takes to ensure themselves a sport in the Class 4A playoffs. Coach Enrique Gonzalez greeted 26 lettermen and 14 starters when two-a-days began in early August. Two weeks later he is even more convinced that the 'Pickers have what it takes for a trip to the postseason. More>>
After a winless record in 2013, the Beeville Trojan football team is looking for a much-improved season this fall. Second-year coach Jimmie Mitchell lost just four seniors from last year's team and feels the wealth of experience his returning players received last year will pay big dividends in 2014. More>>
Expectations are always high for the Carroll Tigers, but it's been several years since a district title was expected. That was the projection that several media outlets across the state put on the Tigers' shoulders in the newly created District 28-6A with Cibolo Steele out of the equation. Carroll returns a whopping 17 starters back... More>>
The King Mustangs have their best chance to win a district title in the last few season, and they hope to do it with speed and athleticism.Coach Eddie Hesseltine says this will be the fastest Mustangs' team he's had at King, but they'll have to likely knock off archrival Carroll to get to the district crown. The Mustangs will have nine starters back on defense with should help carry a fairly young offense early. Junior Spencer Manuel takes over at quarterback for multiyear starter Bronze Jack... More>>
The Ray Texans are looking for big things in a bigger class in 2014.Ray leapfrogged up to the new Class 6A to join fellow CCISD schools Carroll and King, and also the San Antonio schools. Texans' Head Coach Cody Simper says his team is up to the challenge of overcoming that enrollment gap. More>>
The Miller Buccaneers will be major underdogs in 2014, and they wouldn't have it any other way. Miller is coming off a 3-7 season and is thrust into the the jam-packed District 30-5A with South Texas powers Calallen, Flour Bluff, Alice and G-P among others. The Bucs do have experience however with seven starters back... More>>
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