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Hometown Heroes: A&M Consolidated Tigers

Updated: 08/28/2015 - 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.

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Hometown Heroes: College Station Cougars

Updated: 08/26/2015 - 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.

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Hometown Heroes: Rudder

Updated: 08/25/2015 - The Rangers hope to show a lot of improvement and contend for a playoff spot in their second season under Will Compton.

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Hometown Heroes: Huntsville Hornets

Posted: 08/24/2015 - 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.”

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Hometown Heroes: Bryan

Updated: 08/23/2015 - If Bryan is able to bring home back-to-back district championships, it will be because of their seniors.

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Hometown Heroes: Brenham

Updated: 08/22/2015 - 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.

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Hometown Heroes: Navasota

Updated: 08/21/2015 - 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.

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Hometown Heroes: Madisonville Mustangs

Updated: 08/20/2015 - 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.

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Hometown Heroes: Caldwell Hornets

Updated: 08/19/2015 - 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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Hometown Heroes: Lexington

Updated: 08/18/2015 - The Lexington Eagles missed out on the postseason for the second straight year, but did improve by a game in the win column. “The biggest challenge we faced was youth,” said head coach Kirk Muhl.

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Hometown Heroes: Leon

Updated: 08/18/2015 - Leon has a ton of returning talent on a team hungry to return to the playoffs and challenge for a district title.

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Hometown Heroes: Hearne

Updated: 08/17/2015 - Hearne will be looking to get their program turned around this season, and having six returning starters on offense and six returning starters on defense will definitely help.

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Hometown Heroes: Franklin

Updated: 08/16/2015 - The Lions return 14 starters to a squad poised to compete for a district title and take yet another trip to the playoffs.

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Hometown Heroes: Rockdale

Updated: 08/15/2015 - Rockdale returns just three starters, but the Tigers are aiming high once again in 2015.

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Hometown Heroes: Cameron Yoe

Updated: 08/15/2015 - There is no end in sight to Cameron’s dominance, as the Yoemen return eight starters on both sides of the ball to a team that could compete for a fourth straight state championship.

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Hometown Heroes: Buffalo

Updated: 08/14/2015 - The Bison are excited about their chances to turn things around in their second season under Gary Grubbs.

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Hometown Heroes: Anderson-Shiro

Updated: 08/13/2015 - The Owls won six of their first seven games, but losses in the final two contests of the season and some tie-breakers kept them out of the playoffs. “That fast start and a 13-12 win over Lovelady were the best parts of the season,” said first-year head coach Andy Sexton.

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Hometown Heroes: Centerville

Updated: 08/13/2015 - Centerville put together the deepest playoff run in school history, winning 10 games and reaching the state semifinals. The Tigers went 2-3 in non-district play, but rolled through district play unbeaten and won three playoff games before falling to eventual state runner-up Mason in the semis.

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Hometown Heroes: Normangee

Updated: 08/11/2015 - The Panthers welcome new head coach Nelson Kortis to Normangee after a successful two-season stint at Maud.

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Hometown Heroes: Iola

Updated: 08/10/2015 - The Iola Bulldogs put together their best season since a trip to the semifinals in 1998, winning their first 11 games, winning a district title, and reaching the quarterfinals.

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Hometown Heroes: Milano

Updated: 08/12/2015 - The Eagles made it back-to-back playoff appearances in the first year of Chad LaGrone’s second go-round as head coach in Milano.

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Hometown Heroes: Burton

Updated: 08/12/2015 - Burton has to replace some big time talent, but the Panthers expect nothing less than a sixth consecutive trip to the playoffs.

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Hometown Heroes: Bremond

Updated: 08/09/2015 - The Tigers finished at state for the first time since 1981, winning the school’s second football championship with a 28-21 come from behind win over Albany in Arlington.

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Hometown Heroes: Somerville

Updated: 08/08/2015 - The Yeguas did not pick up a win in their first season under James Richardson and saw their losing streak run to 29 games.

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Hometown Heroes: Snook

Updated: 08/08/2015 - The Bluejays continued their upward trend in 2014, winning one more game than they did in 2013.

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