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2019 TEAM RECORDS

ALL-TIME PERCENTAGE LEADER
.8037  (406-93-3) -- WEST ORANGE-STARK​

CONSECUTIVE DISTRICT WINS
ALL-TIME ---- 90 by Aledo (5A), 2007-1
CLASS 6A --- 73 by Katy, 2009-19
CLASS 4A --- 55 by Argyle, 2998018
CLASS 3A --- 54 by Cisco, 2011-19
​​CLASS 2A --- 62 by Albany, 2008-19
CONSECUTIVE DISTRICT LOSSES
ALL-TIME ---- 87 by Houston Sam Houston, 2003-07; 2010-19

POINTS SCORED, REGULAR SEASON
CLASS 6A --- 602 by Humble Atascocita
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POINTS ALLOWED
CLASS 6A --- 616 by Pasadena Rayburn
CLASS 5A --- 625 by Dallas Sunset
​CLASS 2A --- 577 by Plains

MOST WINS, 2010-19               ​
146  --  Aledo
137  --  Allen
134  --  Refugio
​132  --  Argyle
129  --  Lake Travis
127  --  Canadian   
126  --  Carthage
122  --  Highland Park
​​​122  --  Manvel
122  --  Mart
122  --  Mason
​121  --  Cibolo Steele
119  --  Cedar Park
118  --  Muenster
118  --  West Orange-Stark
117  --  Gunter
117  --  Southlake Carroll
117  --  Wall
​​​FEWEST WINS, 2010-19

  6  --  Dallas Sunset
  6  --  Houston Scarborough
  7  --  Houston Sam Houston (Math & Science)
  7  --  Olney
  9  --  FW Diamond Hill
10  --  Burkeville
11  --  Bloomington
12  --  Dallas Jefferson
​13  --  Fort Bend Clements
​13  --  Lubbock
13  --  Quitman
14  --  Spring Branch Spring Woods
​​14  --  Warren
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​​​​​​100TH U.I.L. CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON

   In 1920, the first official state football championship was completed (albeit on January 1, 1921) after a previous attempt by the Texas (now University) Interscholastic League failed in 1913 under a siege of complaints from member schools.  Houston Heights and Cleburne played to a 0-0 tie in that historic battle.

2019 CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS 

6A-I:   Galena Park North Shore 31, Duncanville 17
6A-II:  Austin Westlake 24, Denton Guyer 0
5A-I:   Alvin Shadow Creek 28, Denton Ryan 22 
5A-II:  Aledo 45, Fort Bend Marshall 42 
4A-I:   Carthage 42,  Waco LaVega 28
4A-II:  Pleasant Grove 35, Wimberley 21
3A-I:   Grandview 42, Pottsboro 35
3A-II:  Gunter 43, Paul Pewitt 22
2A-I:   Refugio 28,  Post 7 
​2A-II:  Mart 25, Hamlin 20
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2019 INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

The following new records reflect only performances recorded by participants in the University Interscholastic League (UIL) 11-man classifciation. 

​For example, Marvin Mims of Frisco Lone Star (UIL) is being credited with setting an all-time 11-man state record for career receiving yards.  Mims is not the UIL all-time record-holder as his first season was in a private league.

NEW U.I.L. STATE RECORDS

YARDS RECEIVING - SEASON
2,629 -- MARVIN MIMS, Frisco Lone Star 

PASS COMPLETIONS - GAME
50 -- R.J. MARTINEZ, Round Rock Westwood vs. RR Cedar Ridge

RECEPTIONS - GAME
24 -- MATTHEW JONES, El Paso Eastlake vs. Lubbock Monterey


NEW U.I.L. CLASS RECORDS

CAREER RECEPTIONS -- CLASS 6A
296 -- JAXON SMITH-NJIGBA, Rockwall, 2016-19
​​CAREER TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS -- CLASS 6A
​​63 -- JAXON SMITH-NJIGBA, Rockwall, 2016-19

SEASON TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS -- CLASS 6A​
35 -- JAXON SMITH-NJIGBA, Rockwall

CAREER RECEIVING YARDS -- CLASS 5A
4,962 -- MARVIN MIMS, Frisco Lone Star, 2017-19
​SEASON RECEIVING YARDS -- CLASS 6A
2,161 -- JAXON SMITH-NJIGBA, Rockwall

CAREER TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS -- CLASS 5A
59 -- MYKAL A. BLANCO, El Paso Hanks, 2017-19

TOP 2019 INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES (Game)
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RUSHING YARDS
554 --  EMMANUEL ABDALLAH, China Spring vs. Argyle Liberty Christian
516 --  COLTON MARSHALL, Hawley vs. Windthorst
508 --  ASHTON STREDICK, Needville vs. Fischer Canyon Lake​
​​​PASSING YARDS
602 --  R.J. MARTINEZ, Round Rock Westwood vs. RR Cedar Ridge 
596 --  EDDIE LEE MARBURGER, Sharyland Pioneer vs. Boerne Champion​
​580 --  JADON MADDUX, Bridgeport vs. Lake Worth
580 --  ETHAN McBRAYER, Godley vs. Canton​
TOUCHDOWN PASSES​​​​​
8 --  BO HOGEBOOM, Argyle vs. Stephenville​
8 --  ETHAN McBRAYER, Godley vs. Canton
PASS COMPLETIONS
50 --  R.J. MARTINEZ, RR Westwood vs. RR Cedar Ridge (UIL RECORD)
​45 --  KOBY LOVE, Alamo Heights vs. Lockhart

RECEPTIONS
24 --  MATTHEW JONES, EP Eastlake vs. Lubbock Monterey
                   (All-time UIL state record)
​18 --  BLAKE BURKE, Alamo Heights vs. Lockhart
18 --  OLIVER YU, Round Rock Westwood vs. RR Cedar Ridge​
YARDS RECEIVING
348 --  JONAH VILLANUEVA, West Texas High vs. Panhandle
​327 --  JAXSON SMITH-NJIGBA, Rockwall vs. Mesquite

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS (GAME)
6 --  ZAVION TAYLOR, Justin Northwest vs. McKinney North​






       ALERT:Major Change Coming To Website 

                   Message from Joe Lee Smith, founder and operator of this website, on Thursday, June 4, 2020.
​     It has been my pleasure and enjoyment for the past several years to develop and operate the TexasHighSchoolFootballHistory.com website.  Beginning next week, Jerry Forrest, the owner of Pigskin Prep, will assume the operation of this website.  I have no doubt that Jerry will continue to update current records and provide new material and probably in a better format due to his stronger technical skills. More importantly, he has the same strong interest in Texas high school football history as do you and I.

     I will continue what I enjoy most and that is researching this history for missing scores, coaches, and statistics.  Although I have been doing so since 1965, there is still so much more to discover and, in many instances, to correct. 

    What you read here is available because of a large number of people.  Once I started going public with our football history, information began coming forth from hundreds of individuals.  I wish I could name all of them but most of them were just local historians for their respective high schools --- like me.  Then, there were folks like Bill McMurray (Houston Chronicle) and Dave Campbell (Texas Football)​ who provided the stages to take our history to the larger public.  High school football is a significant part of the whole history of the great state of Texas.

    But, mostly, it has been the readers on this website who have provided new information and, especially, corrections.  I thank each of you for your assistance through the years and hope you will all continue to follow this website.​ 



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