Trojans like to run, run again
Coldspring has completed just 25 passes this season
It doesn’t take a defensive whiz to figure out the secret of Coldspring’s success.
They love to run the ball and they run it a lot (re: Liberty Hill).
So much so, that the Trojans’ starting quarterback has completed just 25 passes—all season. And in this day and age of fire drill football, that’s an average game for most quarterbacks. Full Story
TIGERS OFF CENTER
Big Blue reaches regional round
COLLEGE STATION—Getting off to a quick start has been paramount to Rockdale’s success this season and especially the past three outings. Full Story
Milam County football has never been more successful
I mmediately following Rockdale’s blowout of Center Friday night at a rain soaked A&M Consolidated field, head coach Jeff Miller apologized to his team because any Thanksgiving plans they had made were now ruined.
Most teams wear it as a badge of honor to be playing on Turkey Day, because it means things are going pretty well, a lot to be thankful for. Full Story
Eagles have gone where no team has gone before
No Milano squad has made it to the third round
SAN ANTONIO—This Milano Eagles’ team has now done what no other group before them ever have, reach the third round of the state football playoffs. Full Story
Dawgs get back on track with biting playoff victory
Ganado awaits in regional round
NEW BRAUNFELS—With a week off, and especially a week off af ter a loss, might cause apprehension for a lot of teams.
Thorndale is not one of them.
The Bulldogs quickly fought off any signs of rust or lasting memories of a regular season ending loss by skewering Kenedy 60-7 Friday night in a Class A, Division I, Region IV area playoff game. Full Story
ROCKDALE VS. COLDSPRING
Who: Rockdale Tigers (8-4)vs. Coldspring Trojans (10-1).What: Class 3A, Division II,Region III regional playoff.When: Friday, 7:30 p.m.Where: College StationHigh School Stadium (6,000capacity, artificial turf).Favorite: Coldspring by 4.Last week: Rockdale def.Center 75-28; Coldspringdef. LaMarque 37-10. Full Story
Rebuilding not just a buzz word for Lady Dogs in ‘13
Thorndale missing 10 players off last season’s roster
THORNDALE—If there was ever a team that truly meant “rebuilding” year for the Thorndale Lady Dogs, this might be one. But forget the fact that only two of the girls on this year’s varsity roster were on the varsity roster at this point in 2012—this year’s Lady Dogs are hungry and ready to compete. Full Story
After two year void, Lady Eagles eager to return to hoop playoffs
Steinbecker gives program some needed stability
MILANO—The Milano Lady Eagles look to reach the post season after a two year absence and second year head coach Catrina Steinbecker will have to replace the loss of three seniors to do so.
Her se c - ond year at the helm is a long streak in recent years in the Milano girls’ program, as she is the fifth head coach in the past seven seasons. Full Story
TOP OF THE HILL—
Milano’s Aubrie King (center), who plays at Mumford, signed a letter-of-intent to play basketball for the St. Edward’s Hilltoppers in Austin. Full Story