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Dave Campbell's Texas Football Live talks Denton-area football
The fine folks at Dave Campbell's Texas Football needed a fill-in guest to co-host Wednesday's episode of DCTF Live, so I jumped on the opportunity and, alongside the great Max Thompson, was able to highlight our football-rich area, including Guyer, Ryan and Argyle, as well as other strong programs.
Guyer pounds out 16 hits to run-rule McKinney
Plano East rips Lady Wildcats
Boys Basketball: Argyle dominates 9-4A all-district team
Argyle was well-represented on the District 9-4A all-district team, this after a dominating regular season that led to the Eagles winning 33 games and making a run to their first state tournament since 2012.
Argyle sweeps 9-4A hoops superlatives
Before completing a Class 4A state championship three-peat last weekend, the Argyle girls basketball team dominated the District 9-4A all-district team, voted upon by the district's coaches.
Guyer grabs share of 6-6A
Long praised his team’s intensity and perimeter defense in putting the Wildcats in prime position to win an outright title in their first season in 6-6A, which features four of the largest student bodies in the state in Allen and the three Plano schools. “Our main adjustment was just the intensity on the defensive end,” Long said. “We weren’t going to allow ourselves to get screened and we were going to cover for each other.
Two weeks ago, in games against District 6-6A playoff teams McKinney and Allen, Carter led the way on both ends while averaging 15. 5 points and close to 10 rebounds. “He’s really bought in on the defensive end, and you see how many shots he changes and how many stops he makes,” Long said. “You put that with his ability to score the ball from the inside and outside on the offensive end, and that’s a threat that most high school teams don’t have. Carter is averaging 11. 1 points, and...
Wildcats top Plano East, take 6-6A title
On Friday, after Guyer claimed its first lead with 30 seconds to play in the first quarter after trailing 14-7 midway through the frame, the Wildcats’ athleticism and suffocating defense took Plano East out of the game as Guyer completed a 23-2 run and took a 14-point lead midway through the second quarter. “We just kept playing and kept playing defense,” sophomore point guard De’Vion Harmon said. “We were down seven points.
Championship Tuesday for Denton trio
The Wildcats have earned at least a share of the district title in three of the last four seasons. “There’s a tradition here to carry [district titles] on from year to year,” said Guyer coach Grant Long, whose program has never advanced past the second round of the playoffs. “The other schools will tell you this, too, but we’re very proud of that.