District 10-5A Division II is one of the most entertaining in the region.
Coaches' sons will be running Huntsville, Montgomery and Rudder's offenses, while a statewide sleeper is emerging in Lamar Consolidated. Huntsville was seconds from reaching the state semis in 2018 and A&M Consolidated has hopes of winning state like they did in 2017.
Whoever gets a few stops on defense against these high-powered offenses, wins this district.
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We're inside of 40 days before the start of the 2019 high school football season. Last year led to some pretty exhilarating moments and wonderful, underdog storylines.
And just like the professional and college ranks, success - and failure - breeds the constant revolving door for Texas high school head coaches.
So we're going to look at who's new at which school per classification.
In the 3A classification, 10 more schools had to replace coaches whether due to resignations or retirements. The 2018 combined records for these schools was 41-67 - an average of 4.1 wins to 6.7 losses - and a state championship.
2018 Record: 4-7
Old Coach: Scott Ponder
New Coach: Dale West
After five years and a 32-24 record, Scott Ponder moves up to the 4A ranks to take over at Center. Dale West makes the jump from 2A Collinsville after two years and a 16-7 record.