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It's not too early for Kobe Sterling to put a label on the Stony Point defense. more
Stony Point's Craig Chessher has seen just about everything in 35 years of coaching, so there isn't much that gives him pause. more
Anthony Wood was ecstatic on Aug. 13, the first day of fall practice. more
Westwood offensive lineman James Jarmon could only smile when thinking about the first time he didn't follow through on one of the fundamentals coach L.D. Williams emphasized. more
Leander defensive coordinator James Ramsey is always intense, whether he’s on a football field or eating a bowl a cereal. more
Leander coach Tim Smith worked for coaches in college that liked to throw the ball 50 times a game. more
Edgerrin Dillard-Williams has faith in his team because they’re out to prove last year wasn’t a flash in the pan. more
Whether it’s playing tic-tac-toe or rock-paper-scissors, Jaylen Ellis is always up for a competition. more
Last season’s pain might reap rewards this season for Cedar Park. more
Jacob Munoz doesn’t lack swagger and isn’t afraid to speak his mind, and as part of the most experienced group for Cedar Park this year, that will undoubtedly come in handy. more
Vista Ridge went back to basics this offseason. more
Vista Ridge is going to control the trenches. more
After a postseason appearance in 2017, Lago Vista and head coach Craten Phillips look to build upon that momentum and garner the same district success as they had last year in 2018. more
Every UIL district realignment comes with a new set of challenges. For Georgetown head coach Jason Dean, having new district opponents is only one obstacle in a preseason spent preparing for the 2018 campaign. more
In 2017, East View and head coach Robert Davies missed out on the postseason by one game in a stacked District 19-5A that featured juggernauts such as Cedar Park, Hutto, and cross-town rivals Georgetown. more
Cedar Park and Vandegrift don’t schedule cupcakes. more
A brand new offensive scheme, new district rivals, and a chance to start the new season with a win for the first time since 2015, this time against a completely new opponent playing its first varsity game in school history. more
"Things are seldom what they seem," the playful lyric in Gilbert & Sullivan's "H.M.S. Pinafore," could well be an anthem for the Trump White House. Last Tuesday night the president crooned … more
If you have not yet cut the cathodic cord, you have probably noticed that there are more television commercials on the screen than usual these days. Under economic pressure from “new media” and … more
All of us have grown up as Christians in a culture that wants us to think that God is mad at us, wants to punish us and that our problem is that we are sinners. The Church focuses on sin much more … more
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