High School Football

Here’s a list of Dallas-Fort Worth area football teams that begin fall season August 6

Kennedale Wildcats head coach Richard Barrett celebrates Friday’s 54-28 win against the Stephenville Yellow Jackets.
Kennedale Wildcats head coach Richard Barrett celebrates Friday’s 54-28 win against the Stephenville Yellow Jackets.

First official day of conditioning is Aug. 6 for Class 4A-1A schools and 6A-5A that didn’t have spring football. All other teams can begin on Aug. 13.

DFW schools listed are within 80 miles of AT&T Stadium, the site of the 2018 UIL state championship games. Don’t see your team, please contact Brian Gosset on Twitter @Gosset41 or bgosset@star-telegram.com

Alvarado

Anna

Argyle

Arlington Heights

Aubrey

Bells

Benbrook

Bonham

Bowie

Boyd

Bridgeport

Brock

Wide receiver Baylor Cupp’s catch from Tripp Jones puts the Eagles up 14-0 on Kemp.

Caddo Mills

Castleberry

Celina

Chisholm Trail

Crandall

Crowley

Dallas A+ Academy

Dallas Carter

Dallas Life Oak Cliff

Dallas Lincoln

Dallas Madison

Dallas Roosevelt

Denton

Diamond Hill-Jarvis

Fort Worth Diamond Hill-Jarvis is mired in a 74-game losing streak, but coaches and players believe they'll eventually succeed.

Dunbar

Decatur

Eastern Hills

Farmersville

Ferris

Gainesville

Gateway Charter

Glen Rose

Godley

Grand Prairie

Grandview

Gunter

Hillcrest

Howe

Kennedale

Kennedale and Stephenville are underway at AT&T Stadium.

Krum

Lake Dallas

Lake Worth

Leonard

Lone Oak

Melissa

Midlothian Heritage

Midlothian Heritage and Dallas Pinkston ran out of the tunnel together during their game Friday night. Video by Stacie Richie and Ronda Travis

Millsap

Mineral Wells

Muenster

North Crowley

North Dallas

North Lamar

Paradise

Paris

Paschal

Regardless of wins and losses, players continue to play football, and fans continue to cheer, at schools such as Paschal, L.D. Bell, Sam Houston and North Crowley.

Pilot Point

Pinkston

Ponder

Pottsboro

Quinlan Ford

Ranchview

Richland

Richland's Rashee Rice pulls in the pass before Birdville defender knew what hit him. The teams are tied at 14.

Rio Vista

Ryan

Saginaw

Sanger

Scurry-Rosser

Sherman

South Hills

Springtown

Sunnyvale

Tolar

Van Alstyne

Venus

Waxahachie Life

Western Hills

Whitewright

Whitesboro

Wilmer-Hutchins

Wyatt

QB Michael Franklin threw for 272 yards and four touchdowns, and added 130 rushing yards and another TD, as Fort Worth Wyatt beat North Side, 48-0.

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