Hometown Heroes

Hometown Heroes: A&M Consolidated Tigers

Updated: 01/06/2016 - The Tigers did not live up to very high preseason expectations, but still battled through a ton of injuries to reach the playoffs for the tenth year in a row. The Tigers dropped all three non-district games, but won five of their seven 18-5A contests to reach the playoffs. However, state runner-up Temple ended the Tigers season in the bi-district round.

Hometown Heroes: College Station Cougars

Updated: 01/06/2016 - The Cougars competed for a district title and made their first playoff appearance in 2014. After a season opening loss College Station reeled off seven straight wins before an overtime loss to Bryan.

Hometown Heroes: Rudder

Updated: 01/06/2016 - The Rangers hope to show a lot of improvement and contend for a playoff spot in their second season under Will Compton.

Hometown Heroes: Huntsville Hornets

Updated: 01/06/2016 - The Hornets returned to the playoffs in their first season under new head coach Rodney Southern. Huntsville improved by five games in the win column and made the postseason for the fourth time in the past five years. Southern said, “We laid the foundation for the program.”

Hometown Heroes: Bryan

Updated: 01/06/2016 - If Bryan is able to bring home back-to-back district championships, it will be because of their seniors.

Hometown Heroes: Brenham

Updated: 01/06/2016 - The Cubs return ten starters to a squad that should challenge for a district title and be a threat to make another good run in the playoffs.

Hometown Heroes: Navasota

Updated: 01/06/2016 - One of the most prolific passing/catching duos in state history returns hoping to lead the defending state champs to back-to-back titles in their senior season.

Hometown Heroes: Madisonville Mustangs

Updated: 01/06/2016 - The Mustangs did not find the win column as often as they would have liked, but did win enough district games to reach the playoffs for the second straight season. After a 1-5 start to the season Madisonville turned things around enough to enter their regular season finale at Coldspring with a shot at a district championship.

Hometown Heroes: Caldwell Hornets

Updated: 01/06/2016 - The Caldwell Hornets got back on track in 2014, winning six games and ending a four year playoff drought. “This was the big improvement we have been working for since 2013,” said head coach Bobby Jack Goforth.

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