One of the signature moments in the John Paul II football team’s run to the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools state championship game last year was a second-round upset of undefeated Fort Worth Nolan.
Dallas Christian has a proud tradition in athletics, having won a total of 31 state championships in 10 different sports.
High school football teams around the state braced for a season like no other this year, and that has certainly been the case for numerous private school programs as the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools playoffs get underway later this week.
With the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools playoffs right around the corner, Prestonwood Christian got some much-needed momentum Friday.
Dallas Christian carries high hopes into the start of every new season, even if it takes longer than normal to get underway.
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