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Last season ushered in big changes on both sides of the ball for The Colony.
The Knights have established themselves as a playoff contender ever since their inaugural season in 2014. Last season, Independence rebounded from an 0-3 start to clinch a postseason berth for the fifth time in the last six years.
Everyone in District 5-5A Division I will look to unseat defending state champion Denton Ryan.
Frisco ISD is one of the most talent-rich school districts in the state.
Despite losing four current NCAA Division I players from its 2019 team to graduation and undergoing a complete overhaul of its offensive and defensive systems, The Colony finished 2019 5-3 for its fifth consecutive season with a winning record.
ARLINGTON -- Frisco Lone Star’s bid for a fourth berth in the regional finals in the past six years came to a close Thursday.
And then there were two.
For many years, the first Wednesday in February was one of the most anticipated of the high school calendar, when football players could make their decisions official on National Signing Day.
It might have been a month later than normal, but the football playoffs finally got underway last weekend and Frisco ISD was represented by five teams.
In this most unusual of seasons, the ending of the 5-5A Division I football race almost felt fitting.
The Colony jumped out to an early a 17-0 in Friday’s District 5-5A Division I district game against Frisco Reedy and cruised to a 31-14 victory in a contest that had major playoff implications. With the win, the Cougars had a chance to make t…
When The Colony announced on Nov. 16 that it had to cancel each of its next two games due to COVID-19 concerns within its football program, the first thought that came to the mind of Cougar head coach Rudy Rangel was the consideration of the …
Centennial (3-6, 2-5) overcame a double-digit deficit to stun Reedy (6-3, 4-2) for a 35-33 victory on Saturday.
With Thanksgiving falling on the penultimate week of high school football season for Class 5A, the month of November has been a busy one on the Frisco ISD gridiron.
Lone Star (5-0) remained undefeated in district, reeling off 35 points in the first quarter en route to a 49-14 victory over Centennial (1-5).
After putting together its most dominant performance of the season, The Colony’s football team is having to step away from the gridiron for a bit.
There is still plenty of time to things to change, but the 5-5A Division I playoff race is starting to take some shape.
FRISCO – All week long, The Colony head coach Rudy Rangel was concerned about Frisco Heritage's offense.
There are four weeks left in the regular season, but for The Colony football, head coach Rudy Rangel called Friday’s game against Frisco Heritage a “must-win.”
The top two teams in 5-5A Division I remained on a collision course for their showdown in the season finale as Lone Star and Denton Ryan each cruised to blowout wins this past week.
The city of Frisco annually produces some of the area’s top statistical performers on the gridiron, and the 2020 season is no different.