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2018 Texas High School Football Playoff Schedules, Results

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Inside High School Sports: Dec. 8, 2018

    Duncanville and Allen were outstanding in their state quarterfinal victories, while Highland Park needed to come back from 21 points down in the fourth quarter to earn its 29th straight win. Plus, Plano East wide receiver Jaelen Anderson is in-studio with NBC 5’s Pat Doney as the winner of the “Catch of the Year” bobblehead. (Published Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018)

    Pairings and results for the 2018 Texas High School Football Playoffs are below.

      • Class 6A, Divisions I and II, semifinal schedules

      • Class 5A, Divisions I and II, semifinal schedules

      • Class 4A, Divisions I and II, semifinal schedules

    Inside High School Sports: Dec. 1, 2018

    [DFW] Inside High School Sports: Dec. 1, 2018

    The third round of the high school football playoffs saw crazy finishes, with Allen, Southlake Carroll, Haltom, Argyle and Highland Park advancing, among other North Texas teams. NBC 5’s Pat Doney recaps all the action on Wingstop Inside High School Sports.

    (Published Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018)

      • Class 3A, Divisions I and II, semifinal schedules

      • Class 2A, Divisions I and II, semifinal schedules

      • Class 1A, Divisions I and II, championship schedules

    Pat Doney's High School Football Playoff Preview

    [DFW] Pat Doney's High School Football Playoff Preview

    NBC 5’s Pat Doney breaks down some of the most intriguing high school football match-ups in the third round of the playoffs, including a huge game between Southlake Carroll and Euless Trinity, plus intriguing tests for Highland Park, Allen, Duncanville, Argyle, Frisco Lone Star, Aledo and more. See all statewide match-ups here.

    (Published Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018)

      • TAIAO, TAPPS, updated Saturday scores.

      • Final AP Top 10 Poll for 2018