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THSCA Launches a New App for your Mobile Devices
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The Sweet 16 to Watch in 2015-16 (Austin Area)
It's insane to be thinking about next season considering the 2014-15 year ended a month ago, but it takes a certain kind of crazy to be a diehard high school sports fan. Read More

Babers: Recruiting in Texas Harder than Ever, Even for the Horns
Lately Longhorn fans have been stressing about the lack of verbal commitments coming in for the 2016 recruiting class... Read More

Ticket Prices Set to Rise at All UIL State Championship Events
One of the few items that hte UIL Legislative Council approved during its biannual meetings in Round Rock on Wednesday was an increase in ticekt prices for all state chamionship events, starting for the 2015-16 school year. Read More

Split Classification in Class 5A Football Will Have to Wait, Despite Positive Survey Results
Any thought that a split-classification football playoff in Class 5A would be coming soon can be put to rest. The UIL's standing committee on athletics heard results of a survey of 5A superintendents on Tuesday that showed 60% supported the plan... Read More

Texas High School Athletes Aid Wimberley Clean Up
Students and athletes from area Texas schools came together Tuesday in Wimberley to hep in the clean up effort frmo recent flooding along the Blanco River that devastated the area recently. Read More

Decision Time: Vote Looming for College Football Early Signing Period
The Texas Tech football program typically signs a few new recruits every year in mid-December. Soon enough, Tech's Kliff Kingsbury and coaches around the country might be able to put half or more of a recruiting class to bed the week before Christmas. Read More

UIL State Wrestling Meet on the Move Again, This Time to Cypress
To accommodate an event that doubled the number of participants a couple of years ago, the state wrestling meet will shift from Garland to Cypress next school year, UIL offcials said Monday. Read More