Monday, September 1, 2014 - 4:54pm

Here is The Texas High School Coaches Association coaches poll released by TheAthleticsDepartment.com. The poll is voted on by a panel of THSCA members.

Rangers hold Midnight Madness to open up practice

Riverside High School Football's Midnight Madness began in 1993 under then head coach Tom Work.  It continues today, one of the exciting high school football traditions in the Borderland...

Rams headed to 'Top Gun' football camp

Everett Ruhl and Edward Garibay, incoming freshman at Montwood High School, along with Rams junior Bobby De Haro, have been invited and will be competing at the nation’s top prep football all-star camp, Football University’s TOP GUN

Hanks hires new football coach

Kevin Jones, a football offensive coordinator and track coach at Ysleta High School, has been hired as Hanks High School’s new head football coach, effective today.

Franklin breaks ground on new football stadium

It took two decades but the Cougars will finally have a stadium to call their own. Franklin High School broke ground Thursday at a ceremony marking the start of construction on their $1.6M stadium upgrade.

New $60 million Texas high school stadium closed for repairs

Football may be king in one Texas community -- but the palace appears to be cracking at the seams. A new 60-million-dollar football stadium for an Allen High School won't be hosting any games until the pedestrian concourse can be fixed.

'Cruces Divided' to be re-released in Las Cruces

"Cruces Divided" will be re-released this Friday at Video 4 in Las Cruces for a minimum one week run. The documentary focuses on the football rivalry between Las Cruces High and Mayfield High schools.

Former star high school football player found dead

El Paso Police have confirmed that former high school football standout Andre Bernard Jones was found dead in a El Paso hotel overnight.

Two El Paso athletes sign to division one

Chapin quarterback Seth Gonzales and Parkland discus thrower Anthony Dudley are heading to Division One.  Gonzales signed to play football in West Point at Army, while Dudley signed to throw at UTEP.