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Fort Worth-area football teams start fall camp. When will your school kick things off?

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Aledo coach Steve Wood talks about the Bishop legacy after Jake and the Bearcats defeated Missouri City Marshall 55-19 in the Class 5A Division II title game.

Hello August!

It’s officially the month when high school football begins in Texas.

Who’s excited?

Check out when Fort Worth-area schools start fall camp.

If you’re team isn’t listed, please send an email to bgosset@star-telegram.com

Schedule

August 1: First day of conditioning for TAPPS

August 5: First day of conditioning for 4A and below, and 6A/5A without spring training

August 10: First day of full contact for 4A and below, and 6A/5A without spring training

August 12: First day of conditioning for 6A/5A with spring training

August 17: First day of full contact for 6A/5A with spring training

Midnight Madness

August 1

Colleyville Covenant

Fort Worth Christian

Grace Prep

Grapevine Faith

Lake Country Christian

Nolan Catholic

Pantego Christian

Southwest Christian

Temple Christian

August 5

Arlington Heights

Benbrook

Brock

Castleberry

Diamond Hill-Jarvis

Dunbar

Kennedale

Lake Worth

LD Bell

Richland

Saginaw

South Hills

Trimble Tech

Wyatt

August 12

Aledo

Arlington

Azle

Birdville

Boswell

Bowie

Brewer

Burleson

Burleson Centennial

Carroll

Chisholm Trail

Cleburne

Colleyville Heritage

Eaton

Euless Trinity

Granbury

Grapevine

Haltom

Keller

Keller Central

Lake Ridge

Lamar

Legacy

Mansfield

Martin

North Crowley

Northwest

Paschal

Sam Houston

Seguin

Summit

Timber Creek

Timberview

Weatherford

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Born and raised in Hawaii, Brian Gosset graduated from Northern Arizona University with a degree in journalism before coming to Texas in 2014. He’s covered high school sports — yes, pretty much every high school sport — for the Star-Telegram ever since.
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