The Plano West Football Banquet is set for Saturday, January 23, 2016 at 6:30 PM at the Southfork Ranch.
To register, please go to the membership toolkit link and sign up for tickets. We look forward to sharing great memories and celebrating our seniors on that special night. GO WOLVES!
There’s never a dull moment when it comes to Plano ISD athletics, and the 2015 football season was no different. In just one year’s time, Plano East went from getting its doors blown off by Plano Senior and Plano West to emerging as the top football program in the city...
The Plano West football team finished 3-7 this year with a 2-6 record in District 6-6A action, missing the postseason in the process. After a win over Mesquite in its first game of the season, West would go on to lose three straight and two in a row to open district action.
Despite finishing the contest being outgained by more than 70 yards on offense, the Plano West football team (3-7 overall, 2-6 District 6-6A) found a way to overcome that matter, cruising to a 28-7 victory over Flower Mound Friday at Clark Stadium.
Varsity Scoreboard Thursday’s Results Allen defeats Plano West, 69-10 Plano East defeats Hebron, 21-14 Flower Mound Marcus defeats Plano Senior, 34-31
llen senior Seth Green and junior Mitchell Jonke both realize the tenuous nature of what it means to be the Eagles’ starting quarterback this season. That at the first sign of distress, be it an early turnover or a few stagnant drives, a switch from one to the other can and will be made.
Varsity Scoreboard Friday’s Results: Plano East defeats Lewisville, 27-13 Allen defeats Flower Mound, 42-0 Hebron defeats Plano West, 31-13
It’s easy to get swept up in the magnitude of sports. Between practice, games, pep rallies, video sessions, lifting and just talking about whatever game high school students and athletes are invested in, forgetting sports’ cultural impact and focusing too much on success can often rear its ugly head.
In a game that was delayed about 40 minutes, the Hebron football team managed to brave the inclement weather on the ground, accumulating 246 rushing yards that led to a 31-13 victory over Plano West on Friday at Clark Stadium.
With 2-5 inches of rain expected throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area between Thursday and Saturday, the inclement weather is expectedly impacting the week's high school football slate.
UCLA freshman and former Plano West standout Soso Jamabo came on in relief of teammate Paul Perkins last against the University of California - Berkley, rushing for 79 yards on 18 carries with a touchdown and fumble.
Varsity Scoreboard: Friday’s Results - Flower Mound Marcus defeats Plano East, 41-20 Lewisville defeats Plano West, 21-16 McKinney Boyd defeats Plano Senior, 21-7
With just three weeks remaining in the high school football regular season, this is the part of the year when the playoff pictures start to crystallize within each district.
Lewisville junior running back Kwame Mickels entered Friday night’s matchup with Plano West with just 45 yards rushing on the season (12 carries). Mickels finished with 163 yards on 14 carries in the Farmers’ 21-16 Homecoming win over the Wolves, scoring twice in the second half to spark his squad to victory.
Varsity Scoreboard Friday’s Results: Allen defeats Hebron, 45-13 Flower Mound Marcus defeats Plano West, 23-21 Plano East defeats Plano Senior, 32-15