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Review: Texas’ week in football

The football league is beginning to take shape with some juicy fixtures around the corner and so too are the rumours and breaking news coming from all directions in Texas. The past week has had some incredible news and rumours coming out concerning current players/managers, former players/managers and others involved in football. If you want to keep yourself abreast with all the latest news and rumours as they break, you should visit NetBet Sports Betting site every now and then as it’s updated frequently.

Herman Johnson makes his comeback

Herman made his name in Texas during his playing days and he is also doing the same thing today as a technical staff member. Herman who went underground when he assumed the position of offensive coordinator at the Duncanville after a spell at the Samples recently was appointed the coach of the Dallas Skyline. Herman will be hoping that he will enjoy the same success he had while working as an offensive coordinator which saw his team reach two state semi-finals.

Waxahachie finds their man

Waxahachie spent the first weeks without a substantive coach as they were failing to find the right man for the job. Well, they finally found the man they were looking for all this time as they appointed Waxahachie born and bred Todd Alexander. Alexander has been out of the spotlight for some time as he had been working in various low key capabilities in the district. Alexander’s ties as a Waxahachie son through and through is expected to help the team as it struggles to leave behind the troubles it has found itself in.

Kenneth Gilchrist the new coach for Frisco Heritage

Frisco Heritage has got a new manager after they appointed journeyman Kenneth Gilchrist as their manager. Kenneth Gilchrist left Whitney after spending 5 years at the helm. That was his second spell at Whitney after taking charge of the team in 2009 to 2011. In between his two spells with Whitney, Kenneth Gilchrist also took charge of Caldwell. Frisco Heritage will be hoping that Kenneth Gilchrist will impart the team with the knowledge and skills he has found from all the years he has been in management.

Ryan Roark bows out

After over 30 years in management, Angleton’s Ryan Roark recently announced that he will be stepping down at the end of the season. Ryan Roark has had an illustrious successful career which saw him take charge of a number of teams in Texas. Roark worked as an assistant coach at the following teams, Burnet, Bangs, Cuero and Rice Consolidated. He was the main man on the following teams working as the coach, Angleton, Needville, Princeton, and Bullard.

Schedule for Spring Football coming up 

Rumours doing the rounds suggest that by the end of May, the schedule for spring football will be available. The schedule will be for 6A and 5A programs state-wide. Though some games have already been listed, it will only be at the end of next month that the full schedule will be available to download.