As Phil Danaher walked past the exhibits at the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame, he turned a corner and spotted a familiar face, that of fellow inductee Bob Shelton.
If the decision had solely been up to Johnathan Gray, elementary student, he probably would have walked off that field and never looked back.
Someone once said there are four parts of important information on a grave marker. There’s the person’s name, the person’s date of birth and the day the person died. The fourth piece of information is the dash that separates the two dates. The dash represents the life that was lived, and the…
There are too many to count. It was difficult for Tommy Jeter to decide on only one of the multitude of great moments from his illustrious high school football career.
Nobody had to give Brad Dusek a history lesson on the Temple Wildcats’ remarkable football tradition when he got his call to the varsity in the late 1960s.
The members of the 2018 induction class sat together at a long table inside the Tom Landry Theater on Saturday afternoon at the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. Each in turn gave humble and gracious answers to the press conference moderator’s questions.
Jill Sterkel is the living embodiment of the idea of, “I wasn’t born in Texas, but I got here as fast as I could.”
On Aug. 27, 2010, Houston’s Wheeler Baptist Church overflowed with more than 1,000 people who came to pay their last respects to Johnny Bailey.
BELTON — When Pete Fredenburg started the Mary Hardin-Baylor football program in 1997, all he had was a temporary office and a dream that enough Central Texas players would be interested in playing for the NCAA Division III school.