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Just the talent alone is enough to want to sit down and take in a District 10-5A basketball game on a Tuesday or Friday night.
But part of what makes high school basketball such a unique experience is the atmosphere – specifically the section in the stands allotted to the student body. Every game, hundreds of students pour into the stands to show their devotion and support for their respective teams. View full story at Allen American
Plano West senior running back Auston Anderson had a standout career for the Wolves, one that coincided with the school’s deepest playoff appearance to date when he was a junior.
Over the past three seasons, Anderson has complied over 2,800 rushing yards and scored 30 touchdowns on the gridiron. View full story at Plano Star Courier
Among Plano ISD schools, Plano West will go down as having the largest number of students represented on National Signing Day.
Sixteen Wolves and Lady Wolves took their first official step toward collegiate athletics Wednesday by signing a National Letter of Intent. View full story at Plano Star Courier
While watching Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson hold up the Lombardi Trophy in celebration of winning Super Bowl XLVIII, one steady thought resonated through my mind.
And it has nothing to do with the fact that Wilson, just a second-year pro, has already climbed to the top of the NFL mountain. View full story at Allen American
The UIL held its biennial realignment Monday morning, announcing the state’s new athletic districts. These will take effect for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 school years.
District 6-6A will feature nine teams, including Allen, Flower Mound, Hebron, Lewisville, Marcus, McKinney Boyd, Plano East, Plano Senior and Plano West. View full story at Allen American
The UIL held its biennial realignment Monday morning, announcing the state's new athletic districts. These will take effect for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 school years.View full story at Celina Record
From August through December, the high school football teams within Collin County waged no shortage of high-quality action on the gridiron.
Plano West senior offensive lineman Zach White verbally committed to Lamar University earlier this month, but reminded us all why verbals mean nothing.
To be nominated for Academic All-State, a student must be: an athlete, student trainer or manager in good standing with the team, of good moral character, a senior, and have an overall grade point average of 92 or above (including courses from grades 9-11 and courses completed from grade 12). Weighted GPAs accepted. Congratulations to our senior Wolfpack All-Academic team members! GO WOLFPACK!
Plano West has been home to one of the area’s most dominant rushing attacks over the past two seasons.
Much of the credit lies with two running backs (senior Austin Anderson and junior Soso Jamabo) and a graduated quarterback (Travis Korry) but any coach will tell you the key to successfully running the football is found at the line of scrimmage. View full story at Plano Star Courier
National Signing Day is less than a month away for the Class of 2014, but Plano West senior offensive tackle Zach White took some excitement away from his big reveal by verbally committing to Lamar University on Wednesday.
The All-District 10-5A honors were unanimous among the coaches — for good reason. With Allen junior quarterback Kyler Murray named the Most Valuable Player, McKinney Boyd running back Dedrick Scrivens selected as Offensive Player of the Year and Plano linebacker David Griffith named Defensive Player of the Year, few districts anywhere could have a higher regarded top three.
It was a season of unrealized potential for the Plano West football team.
Entering the campaign with a roster full of Division I-level talent and motivation to build on the deepest playoff run in school history, the Wolves (6-5, 2-3 District 10-5A) were expected to be a legitimate contender in the Class 5A state championship race. Read full story at Plano Star Courier
As Friday night’s 5A Division II bi-district showdown between Plano West and Jesuit wore on, the prevailing feeling was that the last team with the ball would wind up advancing in the playoffs.
That honor belonged to the Rangers (8-3, 6-1 District 9-5A), who ran out the clock in a 48-41 win over the Wolves (6-5, 2-3 10-5A) and will move on to the area round of the postseason. Read full story at Plano Star Courier