What a weekend in AT&T Stadium as Texas' best took the field for the right to be named the 2019 UIL State Champions.
Congrats to all of the winners:
1A Six-Man DI - Blum
1A Six-Man DII - Richland Springs
2A DI - Refugio
2A DII - Mart
3A DI - Grandview
3A DII - Gunter
4A DI - Carthage
4A DII - Pleasant Grove
5A DI - Shadow Creek
5A DII - Aledo
6A DI - North Shore
6A DII - Westlake
It's time to vote for the top performance from the 2019 UIL State Championships.
The Sun & Ski Sports Poll of the Week – VYPE Texas Top UIL State MVP Performance is now live! Fans will have the chance to vote until Monday, December 30th, at 7pm.
***The nominees are based off each UIL Offensive and Defensive MVP selection***
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<a href="https://poll.fm/10481993">SUN & SKI SPORTS POLL: VYPE Texas Top UIL State MVP Performance Poll (Closes Sun. 12/29 at 7pm)</a>
FRISCO - A gusty and stellar performance by running back Jase McClellan was almost spoiled at the Ford Center at the Star by Collin Drake and the Ennis Lions, as Aledo survived with a closer-than-expected 43-36 overtime win to win the 5A Division II Region II championship.
McClellan was iffy coming into the game but suited up and started off well for Aledo (13-1), scoring three first half rushing touchdowns. Turnovers, though, plagued Aledo in this one, as it coughed up the ball three times, resulting in 14 Ennis (12-2) points, which kept the game much closer than it should have been.