It’s halftime here at the Keller ISD Athletic Complex. Keller Central leads Ryan 14-8 in the District 5-6A opener for both schools.
Ryan head coach Dave Henigan likes to break the football schedule into three seasons.
There’s nondistrict (Season One), district (Season Two) and the postseason (Season Three), all riveting portions of a sitcom that could be called “Hen’s Flock.”
I’d definitely watch it, especially if it included great moments like this:
I mean, how could you not watch?
Well, Season One is in the books. Ryan starts Season Two on Friday night against Keller Central in the district opener for both schools.
Here’s what you need to know about the Keller Central Chargers.
Prior to last week’s week of rest for the Ryan football team, the Raiders picked up a decisive win against Wylie East.
Ryan sophomore Tyreke Davis played a big role in the Raiders’ nondistrict win in Week Three. The starting Ryan linebacker filled in at running back for the Raiders. Ryan head coach Dave Henigan talks about the sophomore’s importance to the team as it begins District 5-6A play this week against Keller Central.
Tonight’s volleyball match between Argyle and Decatur could serve as a glimpse of what to expect this postseason.
If you wanted to see a good high school football game last week, you had to go outside Denton’s city limits. All three Denton ISD teams were off last Friday as they prepared for the start of district play.
That put the spotlight on the teams around the area. And they didn’t waste their opportunities to shine.
Adam Boedeker and I take a look at some of the big games around the area in this Denton ISD-free edition of the Weekend Recap.
After Lubbock Cooper upset top-ranked Stephenville on national television last Thursday, everybody figured a new team would take the top spot in the Associated Press’ Class 4A state poll.
Argyle junior tight end J.C. Chalk and his father have joked about receiving offers from a school in each of the top five conferences in college football.
Ryan didn’t have many returning offensive starters at the start of this season. And as the season hits Week Four, those numbers keep on dwindling.
Guyer’s lopsided defeat of Wichita Falls Rider helped the Wildcats move up one spot in this week’s Associated Press poll, but Argyle maintained its ranking after a big win against Celina.
For the second straight week, defeat is a word that hasn’t been associated with many of our local teams. The area’s heavy hitters came up with solid performances for a second straight week, including another undefeated weekend for Denton ISD’s teams.
In the area, Argyle and Lake Dallas came up with huge victories against some good ball clubs.
My usual Monday-morning accomplice, Adam Boedeker, is still getting back from vacation with his family so I’ll be riding solo today in this installment of the weekend recap.
Let’s take a look back at a very good weekend for the area.