High School Football Headlines
Hometown Heroes: Buffalo Bison
- Buffalo welcomes Gary Grubbs as the new head coach to lead the team in 2014. Grubbs comes from Blooming Grove, where he went 18-15 and led the Lions to playoff appearances in 2012 and 2013.
Hometown Heroes: Snook BlueJays
- Snook head coach Scott Cummings makes no bones about it, he expects his team to reach the postseason in 2014.
2014 Hometown Heroes: Milano Eagles
- The Eagles welcome back Chad LaGrone as their head coach. LaGrone served as head coach at Milano from 1996-2003, and his 44 wins are the most in school history. He replaces Craig Jentsch, who steps down after a very successful 40-16 six year run as coach at Milano.
2014 Hometown Heroes: Somerville Yeguas
- The Yeguas welcome a new head coach in 2014, as James Richardson takes over in Somerville. Richardson had a very good run at Bracketville, going 23-6 in his time there and leading the Tigers to the playoffs in 2012 and 2013. Richardson will have his work cut out for him as the Yeguas look to return to the postseason for the first time since 2006. Somerville returns seven players who made starts on offense and/or defense a year ago.
Hometown Heroes: Bremond Tigers
- Bremond, with seven starters back on offense and eight returning on defense, is primed to make another deep playoff run.
Hometown Heroes: Burton Panthers
- Burton should be poised to contend for another district title with seven starters coming back on defense and six more returning on offense.
Hometown Heroes: Normangee Panthers
- Normangee will have five starters back on offense and eight returning on defense to a team hungry to get back to the postseason.
Hometown Heroes: Iola Bulldogs
- Iola has the returning talent to not only return the postseason, but stay there a while.
Hometown Heroes: Brazos Christian Eagles
- The Eagles have six starters coming back on offense and seven on defense as they look to finish the job and bring home a state championship.
Hometown Heroes: Harmony Science Tigers
- Harmony Science is feeling good about the upcoming season after the way they turned things around in 2013.
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