Rodgers on Recruiting Show 10/01/13

Here it is! Another great episode of Rodgers on Recruiting featuring the best information about high school football in Texas. RoR is produced by Lone Star Gridiron.

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In this episode:

  • Randy remember the great James Street (Longview, University of Texas)
  • The top stories and performances from around the state for the week.
  • Film Study – Randy and Alex take a look at players from the private schools.
  • Interview segment – Randy sits down with RB/DE Dare Odeyingbo of Cistercian High School in Dallas
  • Rodgers on the Road – Waco, Dallas ISD
  • Some great upcoming games this week – San Antonio Roosevelt @ San Antonio Madison, Pinkston @ South Oak Cliff, Texas City vs Pearland Dawson, New Caney @ Crosby, Austin Bowie vs Austin Lake Travis, The Woodlands vs A&M Consolidated

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Rodgers on Recruiting Show 9/24/13

Here it is! Another great episode of Rodgers on Recruiting featuring the best information about high school football in Texas. RoR is produced by Lone Star Gridiron.

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In this episode:

  • The top stories and performances from around the state for the week.
  • Film Study – Randy and Alex take a look at players from the “small schools”  Class 3A and below.  Grayson Muehlstein (Decatur), James Washington (Stamford), LJ Collier (Munday),  Connor Mayes (Van Alstyne), Kevin Shorter (Newton), Trevor Long (East Bernard), Connor Wilson (Argyle), Sam Sizelove (Argyle), Iam Sadler (Argyle), Jordan Blake (Princeton), Josh Walker (Gilmer), Terrell Cuney (Jasper)
  • Interview segment – Randy sits down with Celina Head Coach, Bill Elliott
  • Rodgers on the Road – San Antonio Roosevelt, San Antonio Reagan, San Antonio Madison, Converse Judson, Cibolo Steele and then up to Waco
  • Some great upcoming games this week – Carthage @ Whitehouse, Gladewater @ Gilmer, Stamford @ Cisco, Coppell @ Allen

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Aldine MacArthur Promotes DC Andy Garza

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2013 Coaching Change: Aldine MacArthur Generals

Old Head Coach: Bernard Mulvaney — Leaving to be the athletic director at Goose Creek ISD. He led the Generals for the past 4 seasons to a 9-31 record.

New Head Coach: Andy Garza — Has been the Generals defensive coordinator for the last four years. He has also been an assistant at Brady and Natalia. He has also been an assistant at Navarro College. He was a member of the 1995 San Antonio Roosevelt team that won the Class 5A Division II state title. This will be his first head coaching job.

Team News: The Generals are on a 7 year losing streak.

Coaching changes for 2013.

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Waco University Hires Willis From Austin LBJ

2013 Coaching Change: Waco University Trojans

Old Head Coach: Matt Carroll — Leaving for 5A San Antonio Roosevelt. He led the Trojans to a 20-32 record over the past 5 seasons. Before taking over the Trojans, he was an assistant with San Antonio Reagan.

New Head Coach: Keith Willis — From 4A Austin LBJ where he led the Jaguars to a 4-6 in his only season there. His other head coaching stops have been at 2A Marlin where he went 14-19 over 3 years and 2A Lago Vista where he went 2-16 over 2 seasons. He was also an assistant at Waco.

Team News: The most wins for the Trojans over the past 10 seasons has only be 7 (7-5 in 2009).

Coaching changes for 2013.

by Michael Wright
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San Antonio Roosevelt Lures Carroll Away From Waco University

2013 Coaching Change: San Antonio Roosevelt Rough Riders

Old Head Coach: Neal La Hue — Leaving for 4A Buda Hays Consolidated. He led the Rough Riders to a 42-33 record in 7 seasons. His only other head coaching position was at Kerrville Tivy where he went 34-23 from 1997-2001. He started out coaching as an assistant at Texas A&M University in Kingsville. He also was an assistant at Corpus Christi Calallen, Seguin and Austin Westlake.

New Head Coach: Matt Carroll — From 4A Waco University where he led the Trojans to a 20-32 record over the past 5 seasons. Before taking over the Trojans, he was an assistant with San Antonio Reagan.

Team News: The Rough Riders went from 2 wins in 2011 to 9 in 2012.

Coaching changes for 2013.

by Michael Wright
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Buda Hays Brings Over Roosevelt Coach

2013 Coaching Change: Buda Hays Consolidated Rebels

Old Head Coach: Blake Feldt — Leaving for 5A Odessa Permian. He led the Rebels to a 18-6 record over the past 2 seasons. During that time he led them to back to back district titles for the first time in schools 45 year history. Before taking over at Buda Hays, he was the head coach at 3A Pilot Point for 6 years going 50-22-0 and won the Class 2A State Championship in 2009. He began his coaching career began as a graduate assistant at the University of Texas from 1987-88. He also was an assistant coach at Appalachian State, SMU and Midland. His first head coaching job was with Class 3A Breckenridge in 2000-2004 where his teams went 23-29-0. He has an overall record of 91-57-0. That places him in the Top 425 for all-time coaching wins.

New Head Coach: Neal La Hue — Was the head coach at San Antonio Roosevelt where he led the Rough Riders to a 42-33 record in seven seasons. His only other head coaching position was at Kerrville Tivy where he went 34-23 from 1997-2001. He started out coaching as an assistant at Texas A&M University in Kingsville. He also was an assistant at Corpus Christi Calallen, Seguin and Austin Westlake. From 2002-2006, he was the assistant coach and offensive coordinator at Texas A&M University in Kingsville.

Team News: Coach La Hue will be only the 3rd head coach in Buda Hays history. They began varsity play in 1968.

Coaching changes for 2013.

by Michael Wright
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092612 – Lone Star Gridiron Radio Show

Lone Star Gridiron Texas High School Football Radio Show

Chris Doelle and “Mighty” Mike Wright go over all the Texas high school football action around the state and run through Lone Star Gridiron’s seven Games of the Week.

Including:

  • This weeks Games of the Week!
  • Feedback from
    • Will Brown – The Victoria Advocate
    • Alan Galbreath
    • Austin Crouse – The Wimberley View
    • Mike Forman – Victoria Advocate
  • Fan Champs Awards
  • Teams mentioned – Bay City, Victoria West, Cuero, Austin Bowie, San Antonio Roosevelt, Austin Westlake, Yoakum, Edna, Wimberley, La Vernia, A&M Consolidated, Austin Lake Travis, Refugio, Rosenberg Terry, Allen, Coppell, Dallas Skyline, Dallas Jesuit, Wimberley, Liberty Hill, Strake Jesuit, Stephenville, Longview, Mesquite, Leander, Cedar Park, Amarillo, Lufkin, Monterrey Tech, Cisco, Stamford,

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South San Antonio Hires Marcus Booker

Texas High School Football Coaching Moves

2012 Coaching Change: South San Antonio Bobcats

Old Head Coach: Jeff Smith — Leaving after leading the Bobcats for 1 season to an 0-10 record. Was the special teams coach for the Bobcats before taking over as head coach. He has also had assistant coaching jobs at San Antonio McCollum, San Antonio West Campus, Crystal City and San Antonio Lanier.

New Head Coach: Marcus Booker — Was an assistant at San Antonio Roosevelt last year. His only other head coaching position was at 2A Cotulla from 2002-2008 going 42-34. He has also been assistant at Corpus Christi Carroll and Kingsville King.

Team News: The Bobcats are on a 6 year losing streak going 16-47. They will be staying in District 28-5A with the last UIL re-alignment. The other schools in the district will be Cibolo Steele. Corpus Christi Carroll, Corpus Christi King, San Antonio East Central and San Antonio Southwest.

Coaching changes for 2012.

by Michael Wright
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2011 LSG District 26-5A Preview — Texas High School Football

2011 LSG District 26-5A Preview — Texas High School Football

Predicted Order Of Finish
#30 San Antonio Reagan Rattlers
#46 San Antonio Churchill Chargers
#51 San Antonio MacArthur Brahmas
#84 San Antonio Roosevelt Rough Riders
#89 San Antonio Madison Mavericks
San Antonio Johnson Jaguars
San Antonio Lee Volunteers

San Antonio Reagan Rattlers (5-5, 2-4)
4 CONSECUTIVE 8+ wins in a season
Key Players: K Jake Wilcox Honorable Mention All-State (AP) & 3rd Team (TSWA), QB Trevor Knight TOP 20 QB, OL JR Matt Beyer, DL JR Tanner Schorp

San Antonio Churchill Chargers (7-4, 4-2)
Division I Bi-District
2010 ended 3 CONSECUTIVE LOSING SEASONS
Key Players: DL Calvin Middlebrooks

San Antonio MacArthur Brahmas (12-2, 5-1)
Division II Quarterfinals
2010 was best season since 1966 (45 years)
Key Players: RB Darik Dillard TOP 25 RB & 3rd Team All-State (TSWA) 1911 rushing yards, OL Nathan Thompson, DB Erick Kinney

San Antonio Roosevelt Rough Riders (7-4, 4-2)
Division II Bi-District
3 year winning streak (21-12)
Key Players: WR Dominique Davis 550 receiving yards

San Antonio Madison Mavericks (7-4, 4-2)
Division I Bi-District
20 consecutive non-losing seasons
Key Players: DL JR Vincent Taylor

San Antonio Johnson Jaguars (4-6, 2-4)
10-20 since first varsity season in 2008

San Antonio Lee Volunteers (1-9, 0-6)
14 consecutive losing seasons

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By: Michael Wright
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