A trio of Central Texas football players made their college choices public over the weekend.
As Bryson Nail looked around Mart’s weight room during the spring, he couldn’t help one thought from crossing his mind — Where is everybody?
The DQ Big Game of the Week schedule was announced Monday, highlighted by the Sept. 25 clash between Refugio and Cameron Yoe.
DALLAS — The Big 12 football media days feature some of the league’s brightest stars like TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin, Baylor defensive end Shawn Oakman and Oklahoma linebacker Eric Striker.
AUSTIN – The University Interscholastic League announced Monday that its 2015 state football championship games will be played at NRG Stadium in Houston.
Fox college football analyst Charles Davis will be the featured speaker at the 27th annual Central Texas Kickoff Luncheon Aug. 19 at the Ferrell Center.
Zach Grimm isn’t a traffic cop, but he plays one in Friday night prime time.
Perrish Cox is coming home.
A simple request three years ago has turned into history for Alexandra Thompson.
Baylor football had a busy Wednesday, grabbing three more recruits for its already stellar 2017 recruiting class.
Tennessee Titans cornerback Perrish Cox will be back in his hometown of Waco this weekend, hosting a celebrity basketball game Friday and an elite football camp Saturday.
COLLEGE STATION — Who says July can’t provide some dramatic football action?
If you asked them point-blank, a lot of high school football players would probably say that they want the ball in their hands when the game is on the line.
The Texas State 7-on-7 tournaments got rolling on Thursday in College Station, and several local teams advanced to Friday’s Division II Championship Bracket.
Though the Friday night lights of the fall have yet to shine and summer rolls through Texas, high school football still remains king.
If past performance is the greatest indicator of future success, Cameron Yoe and its running back Traion Smith are set for another gigantic season.
Even in its 56th year of production, Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine is still reinventing itself.
What can Brown do for you?
BELTON — Led by tournament MVP Cutter Haigood, China Spring won the Lone Star Shootout Saturday, a 7-on-7 football state-qualifying event.
Could you imagine a Fairfield football player clearing a path for a Mexia ball carrier? Or guys from Belton and Temple teaming up on a tackle?
The cover of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine was released Thursday, highlighting the possibility of a Texas-Texas A&M matchup.
It’s not often that a Texas high school athlete plays a baseball game and a football game within two days of one another, but that’ll be the case for Crawford’s Braden Murphy.
Kickoff activities for the seventh annual Super Centex Victory Bowl begin Wednesday, as 92 football players, 24 volleyball players, 20 cheerleaders and 16 area head coaches will gather to start preparing for Saturday’s games.
Midway quarterback Sam Glaesmann recently committed to play his college football at Rice.
Belton 7 on 7 State Qualifiers Tournament
Entering his sixth year in the NFL, Perrish Cox has never felt this secure with his career.
Waco ISD Stadium will host a football clinic for interested players from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday.
Former University High School star Perrish Cox will be the keynote speaker at the sixth annual A.J. Moore Academies Business Advisory Board Scholarship Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Friday at the Lee Lockwood Museum and Library.
Though Fairfield’s standout safety Charles Oliver has already made a verbal pledge to Texas A&M, he continues to draw interest from other suitors.
For Derrick Johnson, an induction into the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame was a homecoming.
The harshness of life hit Mike Singletary when he was 12 years old.
Jim Streety never sat back and counted up his wins.
You’ll find it hard to find a more humble, appreciative yet freakishly gifted athlete than Burnet’s Jordan Shipley.
Since taking over as Marlin’s football coach and athletic director two years ago, one of Bennie Huitt’s main goals has been to put his athletes in position to move on to college.
When Bert Coan joined the Pasadena High School varsity football team as a sophomore in 1955, he was a gangly 6-3 and 160 pounds.
As a young man, Junior Coffey’s time was mostly spent working in the fields – not preparing to play football on one.
When Bob Wright’s dad began taking him to Mexia Blackcat football games in the 1930s, it started a lifelong obsession.
Some first impressions last longer than others. Countless introductions are forgettable, for it’s hard to dazzle at first glance.
Though eight Texan athletes will be inducted to the Texas High School Sports Hall of Fame next weekend, none may stick out more than the 6-foot-1, 300-plus pound Jerry Ball.
In 1959, a fire destroyed the high school in Mount Calm, and the town didn’t field a football team for 54 years.
Turnover has been heavy in the Wortham football program, and that isn’t changing anytime soon.
Bruceville-Eddy senior Dalton Butler will further his football career at Austin College, after signing Wednesday.
Beachum camp at Mexia
Football coaches are always looking forward to the fall when they can kick off a new season.
Tickets remain on sale for the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame’s May 9 induction banquet at the Ferrell Center.
Over the years, Andy McNew’s accomplishments — both on the football field and the outdoors — have been chronicled in the pages of the Tribune-Herald sports section.
One conversation can change everything.
For the past two years, there haven’t been many Central Texas backfields more explosive than the tandem of Connally quarterback Kristian Brown and running back Josh Terrell.
The second annual Kelvin Beachum Community Football Camp will be held in two sessions May 2 at Mexia High School.
A pair of Reicher athletes will finalize their college decisions Thursday.