By Roger Smith
Ridge Point has rule d the 20-6A roost since moving up into Class 6A in 2016, going 21-0 in district games. Travis has always been the best of the rest in 20-6A in those three seasons. Because the Tigers have FBISD's largest enrollment, a No. 2 seeding means they have to meet the Tigers from Katy in the opening playoff round, which equals a one-and done postseason for Travis.
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The TD Club of Houston has unveiled its 2019 All-Greater Houston Public High School Football Team. The event will be Wednesday, August 21st at the Bayou City Events Center.
For tickets or more information, please go to https://www.touchdownclub.org/
Here are the preseason selections.
J.D. Head, Pearland; Troy Tisdale, Houston Lamar; and Mike Welch, Dickinson
Devon Achane, Marshall; Zach Evans, North Shore; Breyton Gilford, The Woodlands; and R.J. Smith, Tompkins
Joshua Bankhead, College Park; Smart Chibuzo, Hightower; Damieon George, North Shore; Chad Lindberg, Clear Creek; and Akinola Ogunbiyi, Kempner
Drake Dabney, Cypress Ranch
Logan Kyle, Tomball Memorial; Troy Omeire, FB Austin; and Parker Washington, FB Travis
Vernon Broughton, Cypress Ridge; Alec Bryant, Shadow Creek; Chidozie Nwankwo, Foster; Warren Robinson, Marshall; Asyrus Simon, Atascocita; and Bryson Stewart, Ridge Point
Corey Flagg, North Shore; Timothy Lavallais, Heights; Dyllon Peavy, Westfield; and Josh White, Cypress Creek
Xavion Alford, Shadow Creek; Denzel Blackwell, Strake Jesuit; Joshua Eaton, MacArthur; Braden Hay, Katy Taylor; Dwight McGlothern, Klein Oak; and Bryson Washington, C.E. King