Duggan, TCU blow out Duquesne 45-3 as teams shorten 2nd half
Max Duggan threw for a touchdown and was one of four TCU players with a rushing score as the Horned Frogs routed lower-division Duquesne 45-3 in an opener shortened in the second half Saturday night. The coaches agreed to play 12-minute quarters after halftime with the Horned Frogs leading 35-0 in their first meeting with the FCS school. TCU improved to 19-2 in home openers under coach Gary Patterson.news.yahoo.com
VYPE Locker Talk LIVE! - May 22, 2020
We are going LIVE with our VYPE Locker Talk on VYPE.com. Join VYPE Chief Content Officer Matt Malatesta and Managing Editor Joshua Koch as they talk the big news from the UIL this week, Texas high school football recruiting, they talk the 2020 VYPE Awards presented by Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine and more. WATCH THE SHOW! - LIVE at 2:15!
North Shore star removed from state final for cell phone use
EMBED >More News Videos Did the North Shore Mustangs need another Hail Mary to win state? Even with a key player out, the school is on top again. HOUSTON, Texas -- North Shore's Zach Evans is considered by the national recruiting pundits as a 5-Star running back.He is the most coveted recruit in the country.On the eve of the Class 6A D-I State Title Game against Duncanville, Evans was sent back home to Houston.The news started hitting social media Saturday morning and rumors were a plenty.The North Shore Mustangs were asked to give up their phones Friday night to focus on their much-anticipated rematch with Duncanville.Everyone complied. Evans did not.He was asked repeatedly. He still didn't give up the phone.abc13.com
North Shore's Davis has been "that dude" since Little League
HOUSTON, Texas -- What LSU's Joe Burrow is to the Heisman, is what North Shore's Dematrius Davis Jr. is to the city's Player of the Year.He just keeps wowing Houston high school football fans with his arm... and his feet.The 6-foot quarterback threw for 312 yards ran for 293 yards and in a 79-46 state quarterfinal against Atascocita on a sunny day in front of 8,000 fans at Sheldon ISD Stadium.He was the show.Look, North Shore OC Willie Gaston wasn't trying to fool anyone Saturday afternoon. Fake a swing pass to ESPN No. 1 recruit Zach Evans and let Davis do the rest.Ask legendary coach Gary Joseph, the mighty Katy Tigers couldn't stop virtually the same play in the Regional Semis. Davis Jr. ran for 283 yards and three scores, while throwing for another 134 yards and three scores in a rematch against the Tigers.Entering this week against Lake Travis and Elite 11 QB Hudson Card, Texas Longhorn-commit, Davis Jr. will again show who is the best high school player in the Bayou City.abc13.com
10 best prep football seniors in Houston area
Getty ImagesWithout further ado, here are the 10 best high school football seniors in the Houston area this fall, according to their rankings on Rivals. Zach EvansHeight/Weight: 6-0, 195Position: Running backSchool: North ShoreOverview: The top recruit in the state of Texas and the No. 10 player in Texas by Rivals, White committed to LSU in April over offers from Alabama, Texas and Oklahoma, among many others. LSU, Texas A&M and USC were also in the running, but Lindberg decided Georgia and the SEC was the place for him. KingOverview: A big, rangy secondary player, Washington in July committed to Oklahoma, spurning offers from Texas, Alabama and Auburn.
These are the Top 5 high school football games to watch in the Houston area for Week 1
HOUSTON - A new high school football season is about to kickoff. The Friday Football Frenzy on KPRC-Channel 2 has been a Houston staple now since 2006. The 14th season premiers on Friday and every week at 10:20 p.m into the middle of November when the playoffs get through Round two. Here's a look at the Top 5 Games you may want to watch in Zero Week! KATY VS NORTH SHOREWhen: Thursday 7pm Galena Park ISD StadiumWhy: Two of Houston's prominent programs.
2019 VYPE Houston football preview cover released on ABC13
EMBED >More News Videos Alec Bryant discusses honor of being on VYPE coverEMBED >More News Videos Matt Malatesta discusses the new VYPE coverHOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- It's here! We have a look at the brand new cover for VYPE's Houston football preview.ABC13 revealed the cover of the magazine during a newscast Tuesday evening.Vernon Broughton (Cy Ridge, Defensive Tackle), Zach Evans (North Shore, Running Back), Devon Achane (Fort Bend Marshall, All Purpose Back), Chad Lindberg (Clear Creek, Offensive Tackle) and Alec Bryant (Shadow Creek, Defensive End) don the cover of the popular magazine. It's one of the greatest collections of talent in the country.Three of the players on the cover committed to Power 5 schools in July. "These are the who's who and household names of recruiting circles. Not just in Houston, but in the nation," Malatesta said, feeling that they got it right with this year's cover.abc13.com