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FOX Sports Southwest 7-on-7 State Championships presented by adidas

2012 FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST 7-on-7 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Presented by adidas

QUALIFIERS SET TO COMPETE -- The field is set for the 2012 FOX Sports Southwest 7-on-7 State Championships presented by adidas. The state tournament is slated for July 19-21 at the Penberthy Intramural Fields on the Texas A&M campus. Approximately 2500 athletes, representing 128 high schools from across the state of Texas will participate in the annual event.

DIVISION I – The 15th annual Division I (Class 4A-5A) state tournament is comprised of 64 teams from throughout Texas. High schools qualified for the state tournament at one of the 32 state qualifying tournaments held in May and June. Pool play for Division I begins on Friday, July 20 at 1:00 p.m. The consolation and championship games will be played at Kyle Field on Saturday, July 21 at 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. (Schedule subject to change).

DIVISION II – The sixth annual Division II (Class 1A-3A) state tournament is comprised of 64 teams from throughout Texas. High schools qualified for the state tournament at one of the 32 state qualifying tournaments held in May and June. Pool play for Division II begins on Thursday, July 19 at 1:00 p.m. The consolation and championship games will be played at Kyle Field on Friday, July 20 at 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. (Schedule subject to change).

STATE TOURNAMENT FORMAT – The 64 teams (for both Division I & II) will divide into 16 groups of four teams each and compete in pool play (three games per team). The top two teams from each pool advance to a 32-team single elimination championship bracket, while the remaining 32 teams are entered into a single elimination consolation bracket.

WEBCAST/TELEVISION INFORMATION - FOX Sports Southwest will offer live webcasts of Friday’s (Division II) and Saturday’s (Division I) consolation and championship games from Kyle Field  on FoxSportsSouthwest.com and FoxSportsHouston.com. Michael Silvers (play-by-play) and Lemont Williams (analyst) will call the championship game(s) from Kyle Field.

FOX Sports Southwest and FOX Sports Houston also will televise a 30-minute Under the Lights recap show on Monday, Aug. 6 at 10:30 p.m. CT.  HIGH SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT, the network’s weekly program devoted entirely to Texas high school sports will televise a special 7-on-7 edition featuring tournament highlights and results on Sunday, July 29 at 9:30 p.m. CT.

TOURNAMENT FIELD -- Following is the complete list of teams (64) that have qualified for the Division I (Class 4A-5A) state tournament with qualifying tournament in parenthesis:

  • A&M Consolidated (Rosenberg Terry)
  • Abilene (Wolfforth Frenship)
  • Abilene Cooper (Abilene)
  • Alamo Heights (Alamo Heights)
  • Arlington (Arlington Bowie)
  • Arlington Bowie (Arlington Bowie)
  • Arlington Lamar (Southlake Carroll)
  • Azle (Duncanville)
  • Belton (Lake Travis)
  • Cinco Ranch (Cinco Ranch)
  • Clear Creek (Sam Brown)
  • Colleyville Heritage (Colleyville Heritage)
  • Coppell (Southlake Carroll)
  • CC Calallen (CC Calallen)
  • CC Flour Bluff (CC Calallen)
  • Cypress Creek (Cypress Falls)
  • Cypress Fairbanks (Texas Bowl)
  • Cypress Woods (Cypress Falls)
  • Del Rio (Central Catholic)
  • DeSoto (Duncanville)
  • Duncanville (Plano West)
  • Edcouch-Elsa (Veteran’s Memorial)
  • El Paso Coronado (El Paso)
  • El Paso Montwood (El Paso)
  • Fort Bend Dulles (Dulles)
  • Fort Bend Elkins (Manvel)
  • Frisco Centennial (Plano West)
  • Georgetown (Belton)
  • Harlingen (Veteran’s Memorial)
  • Hebron (Frisco Liberty)
  • Houston Lamar (Manvel)
  • Houston Stratford (Sam Brown)
  • Jersey Village (Texas Bowl)
  • John Tyler (Lufkin)
  • Katy (Cinco Ranch)
  • Katy Taylor (Rosenberg Terry)
  • Klein Collins (The Woodlands)
  • La Porte (Dulles)
  • Lake Travis (RR Westwood)
  • Longview (Tyler Lee)
  • Lufkin (Lufkin)
  • Manvel (Texans)
  • Mesquite (Wylie)
  • Mesquite Horn (Mesquite)
  • Odessa Permian (Wolfforth Frenship)
  • Plano (Rockwall)
  • Plano West (Frisco Liberty)
  • Port Arthur Memorial (Texans)
  • Rosenberg Terry (College Station)
  • Round Rock Stony Point (Lake Travis)
  • Round Rock Westwood (RR Westwood)
  • San Antonio O'Connor (Alamo Heights)
  • Sherman (Rockwall)
  • Southlake Carroll (Colleyville Heritage)
  • Temple (Belton)
  • The Woodlands (The Woodlands)
  • Tyler Lee (Tyler Lee)
  • Waco (Odessa alt.)
  • Weslaco (Central Catholic)
  • Whitehouse (College Station)
  • Wichita Falls Rider (Abilene)
  • Wolfforth Frenship (Odessa)
  • Wylie (Wylie)
  • Wylie East (Mesquite)

TOURNAMENT FIELD -- Following is the complete list of teams (64) that have qualified for the Division II (Class 1A-3A) state tournament with qualifying tournament in parenthesis:

  • Abilene Wylie (Snyder)
  • Academy (McGregor alt.)
  • Alpine (Sonora)
  • Aubrey (Celina)
  • Ballinger (Crane)
  • Beckville (Tyler JC)
  • Boerne (Wimberley)
  • Booker (Wellington)
  • Boyd (Boyd alt.)
  • Brownwood (Brownwood)
  • Bullard (Bullard)
  • Burnet (Bandera)
  • Cameron Yoe (Navasota)
  • Canton (A&M Commerce)
  • Carthage (Diboll)
  • Celina (Arlington Bowie)
  • Childress (Wellington)
  • Clifton (Tarleton State)
  • Comanche (Lorena)
  • Crandall (Boyd)
  • Crane (Brownwood)
  • Diboll (Diboll)
  • East Bernard (Rice Consolidated)
  • Eastland (Tarleton State)
  • Edna (Palacios)
  • Episcopal School of Dallas (Midwestern State)
  • Fairfield (Tyler JC)
  • Fort Stockton (Alpine)
  • Fort Worth All Saints (Glen Rose)
  • Frisco Lone Star (Prosper)
  • Gatesville (Gatesville)
  • Glen Rose (Glen Rose)
  • Graham (Arlington Bowie)
  • Houston St. Pius X (Houston 2nd Baptist)
  • Houston Westbury (Hitchcock)
  • Houston Worthing (Houston 2nd Baptist)
  • Iraan (Sonora)
  • Kaufman (McGregor)
  • La Marque (Hitchcock)
  • La Villa (La Feria)
  • Lago Vista (Bandera)
  • Lexington (Lexington)
  • Liberty (Anahuac)
  • Lorena (Gatesville)
  • Marion (La Vernia)
  • McGregor (Lorena)
  • Melissa (Celina)
  • Merkel (Snyder)
  • Midland Greenwood (Crane)
  • Navasota (Lexington)
  • Nevada Community (Prosper)
  • Palacios (Palacios)
  • Pecos (Alpine)
  • Port Isabel (La Feria)
  • Princeton (A&M Commerce)
  • Quanah (Midwestern State)
  • Rice Consolidated (Rice Consolidated)
  • Rockdale (Navasota)
  • Somerset (Wimberley)
  • Springtown (Springtown)
  • Stephenville (Springtown)
  • Tyler Grace Community (Bullard)
  • West Orange-Stark (Anahuac)
  • Wimberley (La Vernia)

 

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