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2019 Texas High School Football Playoff Schedules, Results

Updated Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019 for games scheduled Dec. 5-7

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Inside High School Sports: Nov. 30, 2019

    NBC 5's Pat Doney recaps the third week of the high school football playoffs, including an overtime thriller between Highland Park and Frisco Lone Star, a dominant performance by Duncanville, and a come-from-behind win for Rockwall. (Published Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019)

    Pairings and results for the 2019 Texas High School Football Playoffs are below.

      • Class 6A, Divisions I and II, quarterfinal schedules; regional, area, bi-district results

      • Class 5A, Divisions I and II, quarterfinal schedules; regional, area, bi-district results

      • Class 4A, Divisions I and II, quarterfinal schedules; regional, area, bi-district results

      • Class 3A, Divisions I and II, quarterfinal schedules; regional, area, bi-district results

      • Class 2A, Divisions I and II, quarterfinal schedules; regional, area, bi-district results

      • Class 1A, Divisions I and II, semifinal schedules; quarterfinal, regional, bi-district results

      • Dave Campbell's Texas Football High School Rankings Through Week 11

    IHSS Flashback: Two-Sport ChampionsIHSS Flashback: Two-Sport Champions

    It hasn’t happened often, but in this week’s Inside High School Sports Flashback, we look back at the high school sports programs that have been able to win both a football and basketball state championship in the same school year.

    (Published Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019)

    Inside High School Sports MVP: Jase McClellanInside High School Sports MVP: Jase McClellan

    Aledo running back Jase McClellan has been performing at a high level for the Bearcats since his freshman season and showed that ability once again in the postseason, earning a GiveMeTheVin.com MVP bobblehead.

    (Published Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019)