Stories By Blake Hurtik

  • The rout was on when Warren scored two touchdowns within three minutes for a 21-0 first-quarter lead. The only bad things for Warren were penalties (15 for 103 yards) and when it lost running back Ronald Jacobs (117 yards, one TD) to an injury...
  • Justin Stockton ran around and through the Austin Westlake Chaparrals to lead Steele to a 49-21 victory on Friday night at Lehnhoff Stadium.
  • Rangers' fast start sinks top-ranked Mavericks The No. 3 Rangers throttled the top-ranked Mavericks 47-20 in front of a television audience and 3,897 fans at Comalander Stadium, using a huge first half to put the game away early.
  • Hornets put dent in Brennan defense, but suffer loss A relentless pass rush harassed East Central quarterback Jeremy Jones, a Rice commit. The Bears' defensive dominance began immediately when linebacker Joshua Luna returned an interception for a touchdown on the game's first play, shortly after...
  • Brandeis' defense returns, shuts down Warren A very good defense at that. Brandeis got back to its old self in a 21-13 victory over the Warriors at Farris Stadium.
  • Brennan's defense makes statement vs. E. Central Brennan's defense makes statement vs. E. Central
  • UIL rules hoops star ineligible Star girls basketball junior Kyra Lambert was ruled ineligible for varsity play by the UIL on Tuesday after the State Executive Committee decided that her transfer from Steele to Clemens was for athletic reasons.
  • The duo, now Churchill seniors, connected for four touchdowns to lead the Chargers to a 36-10 win over Warren at Heroes Stadium on Saturday. Flowers hauled in 10 passes for 181 yards while Pearson was nearly flawless, completing 19 of 24 passes...
  • Summers wills Reagan to victory late Summers lifts Rattlers to victory
  • Football teams tasting success at long last Express-News staff writers Blake Hurtik and Lorne Chan take a look at Clemens and Memorial, which were winless last season, and San Marcos and Lee, which were 1-9 last season. They all won their season openers.
  • High school football: Week 1 scouting report Week 1 Scouting Report
  • The rivalries: Judson vs. everyone When you're the most successful team in the area, seemingly every opponent is a rival
  • Smith fits new role in leading Rangers Quarterback Garrett Smith got used to flying under the radar in Smithson Valley's backfield last year, lining up next to hulking running back Lawrence Mattison. Smithson Valley (1-0) employed a heavy dose of the zone read, with Smith and speedy...
  • Holy Bowl seniors clash, but transfer steals show Since transferring to Holy Cross, Cisco Flores spent all summer hearing about the importance and craziness of the Holy Bowl. In his first varsity start at quarterback, Flores had 309 total yards,...
  • Rivalry newcomer makes big difference for Knights Holy Bowl newcomer Flores makes impact for Knights
  • AT&T Stadium to host high school football title games AT&T Stadium announced Wednesday that it will host all 12 UIL championship football games this year, marking the first time each classification will play title games at the same place.
  • East Central quarterback Jeremy Jones committed to Rice on Wednesday in an announcement on Twitter. The 6-foot-6 incoming senior chose the Owls over New Mexico. Last week, Brackenridge quarterback Ramon Richards committed to Oklahoma State....
  • FORT WORTH — The lopsided result didn't mean much to the three area players representing the South, which lost 111-86 to the North at the THSCA All-Star basketball game on Monday at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. McHone, the grandson of former Spurs...
  • Reagan grad happy to walk on at A&M
  • Reagan's Knight picks Rice Reagan girls basketball standout Wendy Knight verbally committed to Rice, her club team, San Antonio's Finest, announced Thursday.