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All Teams Schedule: Week of October 31 – November 6

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Friendswood High School, October 31 – November 6 MONDAY October 31, 2016 No events happening TUESDAY November 01, 2016 4:30 PM Coed Freshman TennisDobie SCHEDULE WEDNESDAY November 02, 2016 5:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Barbers Hill High School SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball vs.

All Teams Schedule: Week of October 24 – October 30

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Friendswood High School, October 24 – October 30 MONDAY October 24, 2016 No events happening TUESDAY October 25, 2016 4:15 PM Girls Freshman Volleyball @ Alvin High School SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Boys Varsity Swimming @ Clear Springs High School SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Girls Varsity Swimming @ Clear

CC Results – Coach Haffelder

Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Team for winning the District Championships by 3 points over Clear Falls.  Receiving medals for the Mustangs were Tyler Melebeck – 1st Sam Thomas – 5th Garrett McGregor – 6th Andrew Camp – 8th Congrats to the Varsity Girls for placing 2nd, 6 points behind Clear Lake. Receiving medals for the

UIL League Legislative Council decides on new proposals – By Adam Coleman

The University Interscholastic League Legislative Council met Sunday and Monday in Round Rock to decide on a few proposals that will alter Texas high school sports. The council approved an amendment to award home field advantage in the first round of the Class 6A football playoffs to the team with the higher district finish and

HOUSTON CHRON PLAYER OF THE WEEK – TYLER PAGE

Tyler Page, Friendswood – The senior quarterback, who is pledged to SMU, ran 25 times for 387 yards and five touchdowns (39, 4, 71, 8 and 18 yards) in a 52-34 shootout win over Clear Falls. What coach Robert Koopmann said: “He got almost 500 yards of total offense (456) and we were ho-hum about it,

Football: Friendswood rolls past Clear Brook By Ted Dunnam

LEAGUE CITY — Add Clear Brook to the growing number of teams who would like to take one Page out of Friendswood’s playbook. That, of course, would be Tyler Page. The Friendswood senior quarterback was his usual elusive and versatile self Friday night, rushing for 202 yards, passing for 265 more and accounting for five

Super 6A could help even playing field for local programs By JAMES LACOMBE The Daily News

An item reportedly on the agenda of next week’s UIL legislative council meeting should be particularly interesting to local schools that have long been the little guys in athletic competition. This proposal concerns the creation of a “Super 6A” division for high schools with enrollments of 3,500 or more students. Currently, there are 38 programs