By Hayden Henry
Selected by his peers, Longview head coach John King has been named president-elect of the Texas High School Coaches Association.
King, who is entering his 16th season as head coach of the Lobos after a state championship season, called it one of the biggest honors in his coaching career.
"It's one of the highest honors I've ever had as a coach," King said via phone from Houston, site of this year's THSCA coaching school. "Just to be able to be a member of this organization first is an honor then to be able to work on the board of directors and then to be selected as president, it's a big honor.
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By Chad Conine
The UIL has been overseeing state championship football games since 1920 and hosting a single-site extravaganza, mostly at AT&T; Stadium in Arlington, since 2011.
It appears those two traditions will be celebrated together, as reports coming out of the Texas High School Coaches Association Coaching School this week indicated that the state football championships will return to AT&T; Stadium in 2020.
Although the UIL hasn't officially announced its plans regarding the 2020 football championship games, the organization confirmed it will stay at AT&T; Stadium for at least another year during a press conference at Coaching School on Monday in Houston.
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