With spring football winding down, several programs are already transitioning their respective offseason regiments toward 7-on-7 competition throughout the summer.
New Plano West head football coach Scott Smith has seen his share of snaps under the lights at Clark Stadium. A former assistant at Plano Senior, Smith is plenty familiar with the tradition and memories that the facility stands on.
The head football coaching vacancy of the state's second-largest high school has been filled.
Longtime Lake Highlands head coach Scott Smith has been named the new head coach at Plano West. Plano ISD athletic director Gerald Brence confirmed Smith's hiring on Tuesday.
Plano West alum Jordan Pugh didn’t officially announce the 2014 recipient of his Pushing Upward. Going Higher. Award until the Wolves’ annual football banquet in January.
As Wednesday morning’s National Signing Day ceremony began at Plano West, many felt senior running back Soso Jamabo was down to the wire between Texas and UCLA.
In today’s college football recruiting universe, it’s not uncommon for athletes to advertise themselves and their thought process when it comes to selecting a collegiate program to attend.
The Plano West football team’s postseason run didn’t begin the way it envisioned, surrendering an 80-yard touchdown pass on the first play from scrimmage in a bi-district contest against Keller at AT&T Stadium.
The brunt of District 6-6A wasn’t enough to shackle Plano ISD from the playoff picture, as Plano Senior and Plano West will represent the city when postseason action kicks off tonight.
The Plano West offensive line came into the season as an area of the program the coaching staff was paying close attention to.
Despite playing its backups for much of the game, Plano West held Flower Mound scoreless for nearly three quarters in a 44-9 victory Friday at Neal Wilson Stadium.
With one week to go in the high school football regular season, there's a startling lack of suspense entering the final week of District 6-6A and 10-5A play.
Much like last season’s encounter between the two, the Allen and Plano West football teams began Friday night trading decisive touchdown drives on their respective first possessions.
Plano West senior kicker Parker Davidson had a banner week for the Wolves against Hebron on Oct. 24 in a 50-7 win.
For weeks, the Allen and Plano West football teams have been on a crash course to a Halloween showdown that will likely decide the District 6-6A champion.