SAN MARCOS, TEXAS (November 3, 2020)
The Texas High School Coaches Association (THSCA) has partnered with The Dallas Cowboys and the University Interscholastic League (UIL) to celebrate 100 years of UIL Texas High School Football with an in-kind gift of promotional assets valued at more than $1,000,000. The partnership will showcase the game of football and all its rich history from youth to the professional level through a variety of sponsorship and programming elements during the 2020 season.
The Dallas Cowboys have a longstanding relationship with Texas high school football in which AT&T Stadium has been home to the UIL State Championships since 2010 and the Cowboys have hosted over 600 regular season and playoff high school games dating back to the early 70's at Texas Stadium. The 100th season of UIL football is a special opportunity to demonstrate the value behind these relationships and celebrate high school football across the State of Texas.
HOUSTON - Looking towards the 2020 season, Kate Zora envisioned her 500th career victory would come in August.
Due to COVID-19 pushing back the beginning of the season for Class 6A programs and the University Interscholastic League eliminating tournament play, that milestone would have to wait.
On Tuesday, with a 3-0 victory over Tomball - pushing Klein's overall record to 15-0 and 6-0 in district play - Zora reached No. 500.
"You don't get anywhere without great athletes that want to work hard every single day and that has attributed to the success that we've had," Zora, who has coached at FB Bush, Round Rock Westwood, A&M Consolidated and Klein in her career, said. "It's like a business, your best asset isn't what your product is but the people. We try to invest a lot of time and effort on building relationships. I think that's been a big attribute to the success."