Palestine put up a fight, but Chapel Hill took over in the second half to cruise to a 49-10 victory over the Wildcats.
Chapel Hill - Page 6
Brownsboro scored 23 unanswered points and kept Chapel Hill scoreless in the second half as the Bears took down the Bulldogs, 29-14, on Friday night.
TATUM -- Chapel Hill quarterback Reggie King totaled three touchdowns and the Bulldogs got into the win column for the first time this season with a 42-21 win over Tatum on Friday night.
LUFKIN -- After exchanging punches in the early going, the Chapel Hill Bulldogs simply had no answer for an explosive Port Neches-Groves squad as the Indians scored the last 27 points of the game on their way to a dominating 41-10 win at Lufkin's John Outlaw Memorial Field at Abe Martin Stadium on Friday night.
TYLER -- For now, Whitehouse is operating with a one-two punch at the quarterback position. For now.
Collin Bullard came off the bench for his first series of the night late in the first quarter and didn't leave until the game was well in hand. The senior helped the Wildcats rally from seven points down at the half to a 51-21 victory Thursday against Chapel Hill at Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium.
TYLER -- Whitehouse's offense failed to find its footing in last week's season opener, and Thursday night's game wasn't looking much better through one half of play.
That's when the Wildcats took over -- on both sides of the ball -- with 37 unanswered points en route to a 51-21 triumph over Lake Tyler rival Chapel Hill in the first game of the 12th annual Trinity Mother Frances Football Classic at Rose Stadium.
Chapel Hill Bulldogs (0-1)
Whitehouse Wildcats (0-1)
7:30 p.m. Thursday
TMF Rose Stadium, Tyler
- Chapel Hill: Thomas Sitton
- Whitehouse: Adam Cook
In the much-anticipated season-opening matchup between Liberty-Eylau and Gilmer, the preseason Nos. 1 and 2 teams in the ETSN.fm East Texas Class 4A poll, it was the Buckeyes who came out on top.
TYLER -- Lindale head coach Mike Meador pointed to his defense, specifically his defensive line and secondary, as strengths coming into the 2015 season.
How many districts in Texas can match seven state championships since 2004? Well, there is at least one, and it resides in East Texas.
Between District 9-4A DIvision I heavyweights Carthage, Kilgore, Chapel Hill, and Henderson, the combined playoff record of that foursome since 2007 is a ridiculous 71-19 (.789).