The Texas high school football playoffs begin this week and Star Local Media discusses the local postseason landscape.
Plano West head football coach Scott Smith, who took over the program prior to the 2015 season, will be accepting a new position within Plano ISD, PISD Athletic Director Gerald Brence confirmed Monday.
High school football season continues this week, with the area’s bi-district playoff round of games loaded with compelling matchups.
McKinney High star cornerback Andrew Pitts talks to about making the interception to seal the Lions "Crosstown Showdown" victory which also got McKinney into the playoffs for the second consecutive season.
McKinney's Marcus Shavers who is one off the top rising coaches in the State of Texas gives his Lions a very inspiring emotional speech after McKinney beat crosstown rival Boyd 34-24 to get in the playoffs.
Every week during high school football season, Star Local Media will chronicle the week that was on the local gridiron through the photo lenses that captured the action. Check back every Sunday during the season for the latest edition of Friday Night Sights.
In Friday’s 6A Region II semifinal at Sam Houston State, the Plano West volleyball team fell in its first set against state No. 1 The Woodlands, 25-23.
In a fall full of growth for the young Lake Dallas volleyball team, first-year head coach Jason Roemer said the biggest stride his program took was a simple one.
Frisco Enterprise sports editor Bryan Murphy recaps Friday's District 5-5A Division I football finale between Frisco Independence and Frisco Centennial.
Behind a power running game and opportunistic, bend-but-don’t-break defense, McKinney beat McKinney Boyd, 34-24, on Friday to end its nine-year drought in the “Crosstown Showdown” rivalry.
THE COLONY — Other than officially eliminating rival Little Elm from playoff contention, The Colony’s football team had little to play for in Friday’s regular-season finale.
FLOWER MOUND — Quarterback A.J. Newsome threw for 233 yards and two touchdowns, both in the first half, to lead Lewisville (8-2, 6-1) to a 17-13 win over Flower Mound Marcus in the “Battle of the Axe” game at Marauder Stadium on Friday night.
With a win-and-in playoff stake in the air Friday night at Clark Stadium, the Plano Senior football team’s postseason hopes came down to the final play of the regular season.