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Welcome to the 2020 football season. What a weird offseason it was for everyone. There was not a summer camp circuit for player to go showcase their talents at. In-person recruiting came to a screeching halt and the COVID-19 Pandemic has affected everyone.
But VYPE has still done what we have always done when it comes to previewing Texas high school football here in Houston. With that said here are the No. 16 Pearland Dawson Eagles!
Dawson is coming off a big year, where it won District 23- 6A. It was the first district title since 2016 and first 10-win season for the Eagles since 2013. Dawson will have to find a replacement for dual-threat QB Myles Kitt-Denton, who had over 2,300 total yards a year ago. Offensively, Ja'Den Stewart (1,155 yards, 14 TDs) will tote the rock and he will be leaned on early. Defense will be the calling card. District 23-6A Defensive MVP Cameron Whitfield (79 tackles, 23 TFL, 8 sacks) is back. Other key pieces include first-team, all-district picks corner David Fisher (4 INTs), safety Blake Smith (41 tackles, 2 INTs) and linebackers Darien Flynn (47 tackles, 11 TFL) and Carter Ostrom (56 tackles, 4 sacks). The kicking game will also be solid with five-star Carter Brown. He made 15 of 16 field goals, was 45 of 48 on extra points and averaged 37 yards per punt a year ago.
District 23-6A MVP Alexia Jones
Welcome to the 2020 volleyball season. What a weird offseason it was for everyone. No club tournaments to travel to, limited training available but what that means is everyone should be fresh for the 2020 campaign.
VYPE previewed 30 public school teams in this year's VYPE Houston Volleyball Preview. Here is one of the Contenders - the Pearland Dawson Eagles.
It's hard to believe that Pearland Dawson has yet to punch its ticket to the state Final Four after all of their success over the years. The Eagles have been to the Regional Semis for three consecutive seasons, most recently falling to Ridge Point. The Eagles also reached the 2018 Regional Finals and again fell to the Panthers - one step away from state. Dawson is led by coach Lauren Leth, who says goodbye to 11 seniors from 2019. But she's no stranger to reloading. When Kynnedi Johnson (Baylor) graduated, Leth developed Alexia Jones who would end up as the District MVP last season. Jones is committed to HBU and can dominate with her live arm. Setting up Jones will be junior Kamryn Scroggins, who was a second teamer a year ago. Dawson will battle district newcomers Alvin and Shadow Creek along with Pearland for the district title.
Kamryn Scroggins, Pearland Dawson