BRYAN — Bremond quarterback Roshauud Paul and Refugio linebacker Kobie Herring, who led their teams to state titles, were the players of the year on the 66th Annual Collin Street Bakery/Texas Sports Writers Association's 2A football team
Emory Rains entered the 2016 season with big expectations. It didn't disappoint.
The Ladycats went undefeated in District 13-4A play and clinched the league title with ease. They advanced on to the Region II tournament semifinal round before calling it a year.
The 2016 Texas Associated Press Sports Editors Class 2A all-state high school football team, released Sunday. Voting based on regular-season performance. Players are listed in alphabetical order at each position
BULLARD -- Carlisle scored 35 unanswered points Friday at Brook Hill's Herrington Stadium to end Cayuga's season, 42-21, in the Class 2A Division I area round.
The Indians overcame a 14-7 deficit after one quarter of play largely thanks to quarterback Tristan Craig. He ran in two scores and passed for a third as part of the 35-point spree.
ETSN.fm East Texas Class 2A/Private Schools Poll
No. 1 Tenaha (10-0) — def. Timpson, 48-6
- Last week’s rank: Same
- This week: vs. Sabine Pass
No. 2 Groveton (9-1) — def. Lovelady, 55-20
- Last week’s rank: No. 3
District 10-2A Division I will be a drastically different experience for all teams involved.
The University Interscholastic League essentially looked at District 9-2A Division I and District 11-2A Division I, split the middle and carved out a new league.
Big Sandy, Hawkins and Union Grove are all familiar from district play last year. The same is true for Cayuga, Cross Roads and Kerens. But no team has seen all five opposing teams it will face in 2016.
Who are the winners of realignment? Who are the losers?
Here’s a look at Cayuga's time at its ETSN.fm Photo Days shoot.
The Wildcats sent three players to be the faces of their program for their work ethic on and off the field. The representatives were Kolby Cooper, Tristan Davis and Josh Ingram
East Texas Softball Teams Ranked by TGCA (March 21)