Game of the Week – Austin Westlake Chaparrals @ Cedar Park Timberwolves

#2 5A Austin Westlake Chaparrals @ #1 4A Cedar Park Timberwolves

2013 Week 0 Texas High School Football Game Of The Week

Austin Westlake leads this all-time series 2-1.

2012 Austin Westlake 21, Cedar Park 7
2009 Austin Westlake 24, Cedar Park 14
2008 Cedar Park 31, Austin Westlake 21

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5A Pre-Season Championship Picks

5A Pre-Season #2

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4A Pre-Season Championship Picks

4A Pre-Season #1

Likely To Repeat As Champion?

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  • Austin WestlakeMike Says: What a way to start the season off. Our LSG Pre-Season 5A Division II and our LSG Pre-Season 4A Division I picks to win championships. This game will feature two very good quarterbacks with Westlakes Jordan Severt and Cedar Parks Nate Grimm. Last year, Cedar Park did not get rolling until later in the year and their 2nd year head coach Joe Willis has this team going. They will bring a hard hitting defense to the face the Chaparrals. With all of that and with the Timberwolves being at home, it will not be enough. This is the season of the Chaparral. The CHAPS win it 28-27!!
  • Austin WestlakeChris Says:  What a match – a #1 hosting a #2!  Sure, the #1 (Cedar Park) is Class 4A and the #2 (Austin Westlake) is Class 5A – but at this level, it doesn’t really matter.  While I am a big fan of the things happening at Cedar Park, the excitement around Austin Westlake this year is even bigger.  BOTH of these teams will be playing in December, but right now, only one can start 1-0.  The CHAPARRALS take the victory 23-21!!!
  • Austin WestlakeLSG Intern Zach Says: This one is tough. Both have great quarterbacks, return a lot of starters and are favorites to play for a championship. Unfortunately one has to lose, and it won’t be Westlake. The Chaparrals have that all-time look about them this year, and they are motivated after falling in last year’s semifinal game. I just don’t see them starting 0-1 after that, especially since they are better than the team that beat the Timberwolves 21-7 last season. Chaparrals 24-17.

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2013 LSG Team Preview — Cedar Park Timberwolves

2013 LSG Texas High School Football Team Preview — Cedar Park Timberwolves

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Team: Cedar Park Timberwolves (25-4A)

Team Colors: Forest Green/Black/Silver

First Varsity Season: 2000

Enrollment: 1,797.5 — 3rd largest in the district out of 7 schools

Stadium: Bible Memorial Stadium (Capacity: 12,000)

Hudl: Go Timberwolves!!

2013 Schedule:
Sep. 27, 2013 AT LEANDER
Oct. 4, 2013 MARBLE FALLS
Oct. 18, 2013 AT LEANDER ROUSE

Coach: Joe Willis (1 year) 14-2; 36-14-0 all-time coaching record

Returning Lettermen: 29

Returning Starters: Offense: 8 Defense: 8

Key Players:
* QB Nate Grimm Dist Offensive MVP 1,913 yards 23 TDs passing 842 yards rushing TSWA 3rd Team All-State TOP 30 QB
* LB JR Thomas Hutchings Dist Defensive newcomer
* OL Davis Geerts 1st Team All-District TSWA 2nd Team All-State TOP 25 OL
* WR Chad Whitehead 1st Team All-District TSWA 3rd Team All-State
* WR Sam Brock 1st Team All-District
* DB Sean Angle 1st Team All-District
* OL Austin Bryant 2nd Team All-District
* RB JR Chris Hutchings 2nd Team All-District 939 total yards
* WR Colt Owen 2nd Team All-District
* LB Peter Maneikis 2nd Team All-District
* RB Thomas Middleton TOP 25 RB

* Defending State Champions during Joe Willis’ first season as head coach
* Joe Willis Coach Of The Year In 4A
* 7 year winning streak (66-22)
* LSG Pre-Season Ranking #1
* LSG Pre-Season Championship Picks

  • Mike Says: The Timberwolves started the season off 0-2 before winning the Division II Championship. The offense started off slowly but then scored at least 30 in all the playoff games. The defense was especially tough giving up just under 12 points a game. This year they have 16 returning starters including 10 All-District players. They are one of the big favorites to win it all again this year.
  • Chris Says: The Cedar Park Timberwolves had a great run last year and this one looks to be more of the same.  They bring back 2/3rds of both the offense and defense and look to build on last season.  We have them taking out Whitehouse in the state championship game.  They have a lot to live up to, but I think Coach Willis’ can get it done once again.

Last Years Record:  Overall  14-2 District 6-0

2012 Games:
at Austin Westlake (10-5) (L 7-21)
vs Abilene Cooper (9-3) (L 14-17)
at Killeen Harker Heights (4-7) (W 10-0)
vs Round Rock Westwood (9-4) (W 12-9)
vs Leander (11-2)* (W 14-10)
at Marble Falls (4-6)* (W 49-21)
vs Leander Rouse (10-5)* (W 27-7)
at Austin Vandegrift (5-5)* (W 20-12)
vs Cedar Park Vista Ridge (8-4)* (W 17-10)
at Dripping Springs (3-7)* (W 35-14)

Playoffs: Division II Champions
vs Austin Crockett (3-7) (Cedar Park’s Gupton) (W 65-7) Bi-District
vs Kerrville Tivy (8-4) (San Marcos) (W 36-22) Area
vs Alice (9-4) (SA’s Heroes) (W 36-7) Regionals
vs San Antonio Brennan (13-1) (Alamodome) (W 32-7) Quarterfinals
vs Manor (11-4) (Georgetown ISD) (W 40-14) Semifinals
vs Lancaster (14-2) (Cowboys Stadium) (W 17-7) Championship

* All Time Record : 99-54-0 64.71% 153 games
* Playoff History: (8) 2001,2004,2006,2008,2009,2010,2011,2012

Championship History: (1) 1-0
2012 Class 4A Division I : Cedar Park 17, Lancaster 7

Last 5 year record: 51-15

Last 10 year record: 85-37

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Cedar Park Wins Battle Of Newcomers In Class 4A DII Game

Texas high school football playoffs

Cedar Park wins Texas high school football Class 4A Division II State Championship

Five games into this nine game State Championship marathon at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington we have seen no shortage of offense. In fact, the first 2 days (leading up to this game) of action has had 10 teams total nearly 300 points overall and 3 of 6 games were decided by four TD’s or more. However, the final game of day two, the Class 4A DII State Championship game finally bounced this trend. No one in the state really saw this match-up between Lancaster and Cedar Park coming; two newcomers to the title game stage led by head coaches (Chris Gilbert and Joe Willis respectively) taking the reigns in their first seasons with their programs.

Against all odds the two made it this far and neither seemed willing to go down without a fight and leave Arlington disappointed. The two “unexpecteds” put on a stellar show in a gritty defensive battle that forced fans to hold their breath in anxiety throughout. With local rival powerhouse Austin Lake Travis (with five Class 4A championships in a row from 2007-2011) moving up to 5A, Cedar Park finally had an opportunity to move out of its shadow and take over the spotlight (CP fell to Lake Travis in heartbreaking fashion in consecutive State Quarterfinal games in 2010 and 2011). The Timberwolves did just that, anchored by their infamous “Black Rain Defense” in a 17-7 victory over another team with the all too familiar “LT” logos on their helmets for their first Class 4A DII State Championship.

Lancaster took an early 7-0 lead thanks to a Demarcus Ayers 27-yard touchdown rush to complete a 60-yard drive with 9:36 to play in the first quarter. The Tigers amassed 123 total yards in the opening quarter. Both defenses stiffened up and didn’t allow another point to score until 15 seconds was all that was left before halftime, and even that was a close call. A fourth down dive from the 1 yard line by Cedar Park’s Ethan Fry pulled the game even at 7 a piece. The defenses only turned up the heat even more following halftime; the 3rd quarter saw neither team reach the end zone. In a game in which both offenses struggled to put points on the board, a doomed offensive drive by Lancaster changed the whole game. Three consecutive false starts, followed by an intentional grounding penalty on third down, led to a botched punt snap on 4th down (which controversially may or may not have been caused by a defensive lineman illegally slapping at the ball). The miscue by the Tigers special teams seemed to give Cedar Park a gift of the ball at the 6-yard line.  However, two holding penalties forced the Timberwolves to kick a 22-yard field goal on the opening play of the 4th quarter for the go-ahead score.

Cedar Park’s “Black Rain Defense” backed up the name for the remainder of the game. An interception set up a 14-yard game sealing rushing TD by Cedar Park’s Mikal Wilson, the UIL Offensive Player of the Game, with just three minutes left on the clock. However, the Tigers still looked to make things interesting with a comeback. The Lancaster offense drove down the field and appeared to cut the lead to only a field goal with a spectacular circus touchdown grab in the back corner of the end zone, but the official made the call that the receiver was forced out of bounds. Fox Sports Southwest replay did in fact show the receiver’s foot came down on the blue turf of the end zone at Cowboys Stadium. However, there are no replay challenges in Texas High School Football, so the call on the field was final.  The ensuing snap went over Demarcus Ayers head, and the Cedar Park defense recovered the fumble to put all comeback hopes to rest and take the title tilt 17-7.

The impressive defensive play by the Timberwolves culminated in only 222 total yards allowed, including only 46 yards allowed in the suffocating second half, as Lancaster only reached the end zone one time on the day. Lancaster’s defense did not go unnoticed as well, as Daeshon Hall (6 tackles, 3 TFL, and 1 sack, also 1 rec for 17 yards) was named the UIL Defensive Player of the Game.  Thanks to Cedar Parks championship victory, two streaks remain intact. The Central Texas/Greater-Austin area has had a UIL state champion every year since 2004. The win also marks the sixth consecutive year a District 25-4A team has won the Class 4A title.

By Taylor Brasher
LSG Intern

Class 4A Division II Championship Game: Cedar Park 17, Lancaster 7 (F)


Playoff time in Texas!!!

Lancaster Tigers (14-1) vs. Cedar Park Timberwolves (13-2)

Friday 8:00pm Cowboys Stadium, Arlington


Head Coach: Chris Gilbert

All-Time Record: 441-403-30 52.17% 874 games

Winning Seasons In History: 47

Most Consecutive Winning Seaons: 6 (1960-1965)

Most Wins In A Season:14 (2012)

First Championship Game

Cedar Park

Head Coach: Joe Willis

7 year winning streak (65-22)

All Time Record : 98-54-0 64.47% 152 games

first varsity season: 2000

Winning Seasons In History: 8

Most Consecutive Winning Seaons: 7 (2006-2012)

Most Wins In A Season: 13 (2010,2012)

Playoff History: (8) 2001,2004,2006,2008,2009,2010,2011,2012

First Championship Game

Leander Lions (4-0) @ Cedar Park Timberwolves (2-2)

Texas high school football game of the week

Leander at Cedar Park

Leander Lions (4-0, 0-0) @ Cedar Park Timberwolves (2-2, 0-0)

Texas high school football Game of the Week

Cedar Park has won their last 2 games (2011 18-16) and (2010 42-6)

Cedar Park Timberwolves (2-2, 0-0))

  • LSG All-Time Games Of The Week Record: (0-2 in 2011) (0-0 in 2012)

2012 Games:
L 7-21 @ Austin Westlake
L 14-17 Abilene Cooper
W 10-0 @ Killeen Harker Heights
W 12-9 Round Rock Westwood

Leander Lions (4-0, 0-0))

2012 Games:
W 35-7 @ Pflugerville Connally
W 35-0 Pflugerville Hendrickson
W 35-7 Manor
W 20-0 @ Pflugerville

  • Mike Says: This is a battle of Top 5 now (Leander) and Pre-Season Top 5 (Cedar Park). This is the game that should decide the district champion. Leander has been cruising with a strong running game and a dominating defense. They have only given up 14 points through 4 games. Up until last week against Pflugerville, they had not played the best the state had but they were all decent teams with a combined record of 10-2 if you exclude the games against the Lions. Cedar Park got off to a slow start with losses to two TOP 25 Class 5A teams in Austin Westlake and Abilene Cooper. They have turned it around now and won their last 2 games. Their defense is also top notch only giving up 47 points in 4 games including 9 over the last 2. The problem is that their offense is struggling only scoring 43 points on the season. Leander QB Caleb Woodard is a D1 recruit who has run for 651 yards and scored 10 TDs rushing on the season. This looks to be a great defensive battle on paper. Both of these teams will probably go Division I come playoff time so this will decide who is #1 and who is #2. The LIONS win it 34-17!!
  • Chris Says: Leander is getting a lot of press recently and it is easy to see why.  Three straight games averaging a win of 35-4 followed by a 20-0 shutout of Pflugerville and you have to take notice.  Cedar Park has been all over the board – winning half and losing half.  Not only that, but they are having a hard time putting points on the board.  Leander will score and both teams will play defense.  That means Leander will win.  The LIONS take it 28-10!!!

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Cedar Park’s Head Coach Chris Ross celebrated his 125 all-time game during their 10-0 win over Killeen Harker Heights

2012 LSG Team Preview — Cedar Park Timberwolves

2012 LSG Texas High School Football Team Preview — Cedar Park Timberwolves

Team: Cedar Park Timberwolves (25-4A)

Colors: Forest Green/Black/Silver

First Varsity Season: 2000

Enrollment: 1,797.5 — 3rd largest in the district out of 7 schools

2012 Schedule:
@ Austin Westlake
Abilene Cooper
@ Killeen Harker Heights
Round Rock Westwood
Leander **
@ Marble Falls **
Leander Rouse **
@ Leander Vandegrift **
Cedar Park Vista Ridge **
@ Dripping Springs **

Coach: Joe Willis (1st year); 22-12-0 all-time coaching record

Returning Lettermen: 22

Returning Starters: Offense: 7 Defense: 3

Key Players:
* OL Riley Mayfield
* OL Austin Hisler
* QB Ethan Fry
* FB JR Thomas Middleton
* DB Grayston Cotham
* LB Keith Tambre
* LB Jackson Pain
* RB Nathan Harwell

* Have run into Austin Lake Travis twice now in the Quarterfinals over the past 2 seasons
* Have gone 24-4 over the last 2 seasons (3 of the losses were to Austin Lake Travis)

  • Mike Says: The Timberwolves were the one team that gave Austin Lake Travis troubles every time. Now that Austin Lake Travis have gone to 5A, they are no longer on the schedule. Their defense only gave up a little over 12.5 points per game last year but they only return 3 starters from that squad. The offense should be as strong as every with a good offensive line and a solid group of runner. They start the season out against 5A power Austin Westlake which will be a great test for them. Look for them to go 9-1 or 10-0 in the regular season and battle Leander for the district title. They will probably go Division I and Leader will also be their main competition in the region.
  • Chris Says: Cedar Park is one of those teams that always puts together a great team, but seldom are heard from late in the playoffs.  If you take away their losses to Austin Lake Travis, they have only lost ONE game in two years! As they say though, no one remembers the guy that came in second in the Olympics.  Now the Cavaliers are gone and they return a lot of lettermen from last year.  Their new coach, Joe Willis should be able to keep the Timberwolves rolling right along at the level they are accustomed as he has been the Defensive Coordinator with these Timberwolves for the past five seasons.  When he was Head Coach at Iraan, he turning in a respectable 22-12 record.  Expect Cedar Park to find their toughest challenge from Leander and once in postseason, have another good long run.

Last Years Record: 11-3 overall 5-1 District

2011 Games:
at Round Rock Westwood (10-2) (L 13-21)
vs Killeen Ellison (0-10) (W 52-0)
at Leander (8-4) (W 18-16)
vs Austin High (2-9) (W 69-0)
at Austin Vandegrift (8-4)* (OT) (W 29-28)
vs Cedar Park Vista Ridge (3-7)* (W 42-14)
at Leander Rouse (2-7)* (W 42-21)
vs Marble Falls (4-6)* (W 52-0)
at Dripping Springs (9-4)* (W 35-14)
vs Lake Travis (16-0)* (L 21-24)

Playoffs: Division I Quarterfinals
vs Austin LBJ (6-4) (at Austin Nelson) (W 55-26) Bi-District
vs Buda Hays Consolidated (8-4) (at Austin Burger) (W 42-0) Area
vs Weslaco East (11-2) (at Alamodome) (W 49-0) Regionals
vs Lake Travis (16-0) (at Austin Royal-Mem) (L 9-14) Quarterfinals

* 6 year winning streak (52-20)
* All Time Record : 85-52-0 62.04% 137 games
* Playoff History: (7) 2001,2004,2006,2008,2009,2010,2011

Championship History: No Championship Games

Last 5 year record: 43-17

Last 10 year record: 74-42

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Cedar Park Hires DC, Joe Willis

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2012 Coaching Change: Cedar Park Timberwolves

Old Head Coach: Chris Ross — Leaving to be the Athletic Director for Leander ISD. He led the Timberwolves for the past 7 years to an overall 57-25 record.

New Head Coach: Joe Willis — Was an assistant coach and defensive coordinator for the Timberwolves for the past 5 years. His only other head coaching position was at 1A Iraan from 2004-2006 going 22-12.

Team News: The Timberwolves are on a 6 year winning streak going 52-20. They will remain in District 25-4A with the last UIL re-alignment. The other schools in the district will be Austin Vandegrift, Cedar Park Vista Ridge, Dripping Springs, Leander, Leander Rouse and Marble Falls.

Coaching changes for 2012.

By: Michael Wright
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Lake Travis Gets Close Win Over Cedar Park: Record Watch — Griffin Gilbert

Austin Lake Travis 14, Cedar Park 9

The Cavaliers from Austin Lake Travis won another close one against the Timberwolves from Cedar Park.  With the win, the Cavaliers advance to the Semifinals against Pearland Dawson next week in the Class 4A Division I semifinals at the Alamodome.

For the record, the Cavaliers won their 28th consecutive playoff victory.   Wide receiver Griffin Gilbert caught 3 passes for 43 yards and 1 touchdown in the game.   For the season, he now has 47 receptions for 907 yards and 16 touchdowns.  For his career he has 164 receptions for 2,608 yards and 34 touchdowns.

All-Time Records

Consecutive Playoff Victorys
1.  28 – Austin Lake Travis (2007-present)
2.  25 – Celina (1998-2002)
3.  24 – Sealy (1994-1997)

T148.  16 – Griffin Gilbert, Austin Lake Travis, 2011              
T148.  16 – Conner Crane, Denton Guyer, 2011
T148.  16 – Decrick Westbrook, Cameron Yoe, 2010
T148.  16 – Dalton Stogner, Dallas Highland Park, 2010
T148.  16 – Nathan James, Sherman, 2010
T148.  16 – Cody Mallory, Boerne Champion, 2010
T148.  16 – Nolberto Solis, El Paso Horizon, 2010
T148.  16 – Chris Hipps, Dallas Highland Park, 2009
T148.  16 – Mike Davis, Dallas Skyline, 2008
T148.  16 – Ray Ramirez, Muleshoe, 2008
T148.  16 – Ckody Burton, Gonzales, 2007
T148.  16 – Robert Elizalde, Beeville, 2007
T148.  16 – Quentin Morrow, Harleton, 2007
T148.  16 – Damian Davis, Mart, 2006
T148.  16 – Kendale Mayberry, Itasca, 2006
T148.  16 – Taylor Shea, Keller Fossil Ridge, 2006
T148.  16 – Brent McElfresh, Stephenville, 2005
T148.  16 – Tim Price, Corpus Christi Carroll, 2005
T148.  16 – Howard Morrow, Keller Fossil Ridge, 2004
T148.  16 – Michael Reed, Baytown Lee, 2003
T148.  16 – Chris Dresner, Bosqueville, 2003
T148.  16 – Mario Esquivel, Robstown, 2003
T148.  16 – Chase Schulte, Nazareth, 2002
T148.  16 – Ramey Herrera, Bridgeport, 2001
T148.  16 – Cody Cardwell, Stephenville, 1997
T148.  16 – Troy Walters, A&M Consolidated, 1993
T148.  16 – Stacey Thompson, Tenaha, 1993
T148.  16 – John Pollard, Jersey Village, 1992
T148.  16 – Justin Haley, Johnson City, 1992
T148.  16 – Trency Clough, Marshall, 1990
T148.  16 – Felman Malveaux, Hamshire-Fannett, 1990
T148.  16 – Johnny Walker, Bartlett, 1990
T148.  16 – Jonathan Harris, Houston Forest Brook, 1988
T148.  16 – Nati Valdez, Mission, 1987
T148.  16 – Shayne Boyd, New Deal, 1987
T148.  16 – Ronnie Johnson, La Marque, 1986
T148.  16 – Steve Stutsman, Daingerfield, 1986
T148.  16 – Ricky Shepherd, Bovina, 1981
T148.  16 – Brent Duhon, Port Arthur, 1980

25.   179 – M.J. McFarland, El Paso Eldorado, (5A) 2008-2010
T26.  177 – Blake Cantu, Southlake Carroll, (5A) 2006-2007
T26.  177 – Artie Ellis, Spring Westfield, (5A) 1996-1998
28.   173 – Charlie Williams, Miles, (1A) 1987-1989
T29.  172 – David McHugh, Ingleside, (3A) 2008-2011
T29.  172 – DeVonte Lacy, Grand Prairie (5A) 2010-2011
T29.  172 – Lloyd Hill, Odessa Permian, (5A) 1987-1989
T29.  172 – Dustin Findley, (1A) 2002-2003
33.   171 – Broderic Jones, Ennis, (4A) 2000-2001
T34.  169 – Aldo Hernandez, Laredo Alexander, (5A) 2007-2008
T34.  169 – Frank Hernandez, Mission, (5A) 1985-1987
T34.  169 – Chris Ross, Wyle, (4A) 2001-2002
T37.  168 – Anthony Delgado, Lyford, (3A) 2007-2008
T37.  168 – Justin McGibbon, China Spring, (3A) 1998-2001
T39.  165 – Mark Molina, San Antonio Harlandale, (5A) 1999-2001
T39.  165 – Kevin Beirne, The Woodlands, (5A) 1989-1991
41.   164 – Griffin Gilbert, Austin Lake Travis (4A), 2009-present
T42.  163 – Eddie Murillo, Laredo Nixon, (5A) 2003-2005
T42.  163 – Jeremy Madkins, Stephenville, (4A) 1999-2001
T42.  163 – Shayne Boyd, New Deal, (2A) 1985-1987
T45.  162 – Jason Martinson, Birdville, (4A) 2004-2006
T45.  162 – Houston Tuminello, Canton, (3A) 2005; Gilmer, (3A) 200

50.   2,688 – Chris Brazzell, Alice, 1991-1993
51.   2,680 – Stephen Galindo, Crane, 2004-2005
52.   2,663 – Brent Duhon, Port Arthur Jefferson, 1978-1980
53.   2,662 – Jason Bird, Austin Lake Travis, 2006-2007
54.   2,659 – Danny Amendola, The Woodlands, 2001-2003
55.   2,655 – Kevin Jennings, San Antonio Southwest, 1984-1986
56.   2,643 – Donovohn Henderson, Bastrop, 1994-1997
57.   2,637 – Cameron Mavroulis, Boswell, 2006-2008
58.   2,629 – Sam Dibrell, San Antonio Alamo Heights, 2004-2006
59.   2,627 – Earvin Taylor, Mission, 2000-2002
60.   2,608 – Griffin Gilbert, Austin Lake Travis, 2009-present
61.   2,605 – Jonathan Aldridge, Whitehouse, 2009-0211
62.   2,583 – Brandon Wilkerson, La Grange, 2009-2010

T30.  38 – Jake Oliver, Dallas Jesuit, 2009-present
T30.  38 – Matt Barrett, Valley Consolidated, 1983-1986
T30.  38 – Roy Chapman, Temple, 1950-1952
T33.  37 – Dez Bryant, Lufkin, 2005-2006
T33.  37 – Cliff Tucker, El Paso Chapin, 2005-2006
T33.  37 – Nati Valdez, Mission, 1986-1988
36.   36 – Omarius Hines, Corsicana, 2006-2007
T37.  35 – Andres Alaniz, Ben Bolt, 2009-present
T37.  35 – Keyarris Garrett, Daingerfield, 2008-2010
T37.  35 – Darius White, Fort Worth Dunbar, 2008-2009
T37.  35 – Justin Fenty, Denton Ryan, 2003-2005
T37.  35 – John Washington, Dallas Roosevelt, 1971-1973
T42.  34 – Griffin Gilbert, Austin Lake Travis, 2009-present
T42.  34 – D.J. Beshears, Denton Ryan, 2007-2008
T42.  34 – Justin MacGibbon, China Spring, 1998-2001
T42.  34 – Lloyd Hill, Odessa Permian, 1987-1989
T46.  33 – Jonathan Aldridge, Whitehouse, 2009-2011
T46.  33 – Jorge Mata, Los Fresnos, 2006-2007
T46.  33 – Houston Tuminello, Canton, 2005; Gilmer, 2007
T46.  33 – Damian Davis, Mart, 2005-2006
T46.  33 – Caleb Coffman, Panhandle, 2002-2004

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