Austin/San Antonio area teams went 2-2 in TAPPS 11-Man football state championship games and 1-1 in TAPPS Six-Man football state title games last week. Check out who finished the season on top and who finished as a runner-up.
TAPPS 11-Man Division II State Championship Game: Cedar Hill Trinity Christian School 48, Regents School of Austin 19
Regents School of Austin trailed 14-13 with 9:05 left in the third quarter, but Cedar Hill Trinity Christian School outscored it 34-6 down the stretch to claim its third straight state championship win against the Knights.
TAPPS 11-Man Division III State Championship Game: Geneva School of Boerne 49, Lubbock Christian School 18
Geneva School of Boerne earned the state title with a dominant 21-0 second half against Lubbock Christian School.
TAPPS 11-Man Division IV State Championship Game: Shiner St. Paul 20, Hallettsville Sacred Heart Catholic School 16
Shiner St. Paul overcame a 10-7 end-of-the-third quarter deficit against district foe Hallettsville Sacred Heart Catholic School to win its second straight state title and fourth crown in the past five years.
TAPPS Six-Man Division II State Championship Game: Watauga Harvest Christian Academy 60, New Braunfels Christian Academy 52
New Braunfels Christian Academy held a 22-20 halftime lead, but Watauga Harvest Christian Academy outscored it 40-30 in the second half to win the title game shootout.
TAPPS Six-Man Division III State Championship Game: Fredericksburg Heritage School 46, Weatherford Christian School 26
Fredericksburg Heritage School rode a 38-7 second half surge to a come-from-behind state title game win against Weatherford Christian School.
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Shadow Creek (14-0) faced an unexpected challenge when it took on a hot Manor (8-6) squad during Saturday's UIL 5A Division I Region III final at San Antonio's Alamodome. The Sharks, who were the classification's state runner-up in 2018, faced a Mustang program that won its first three playoff games after a 5-5 regular season, but proved to be the better team in a 59-14 victory.
"They're all tough at this point in the year, so we just wanted to come out and try to protect the football and be great tacklers and solid on special teams," said Shadow Creek coach Brad Butler. "That's kind of our thing week in and week out."