He's a man who's coached all over the state and has plenty of experience to share with the Pirates as a first-time head coach. We talked to Camacho about his plan for his new team, his style of play and the best food in the state.
He's one of the most successful DFW head coaches you probably haven't heard much about, but the new head man at Crowley is fired up for a new challenge, even if it was tough to leave behind the South Hills program he helped build up.
It's a big year in McKinney as McKinney North will take on McKinney in the first-ever game at the brand new MISD Stadium. After 9 years in charge of the Bulldogs, Fecci says it's an exciting time to put on the shirt and go to work. Which is saying something since he's coached some of the best squads the district has produced.
When Brian Ford retired following the 2017 season, the Bulldogs had big shoes to fill. They found a guy with great bonafides in Port Arthur Memorial's Kenny Harrison, who is excited to get to work in his first new surroundings in 20 years as a coach.
He led Kemp to a 13-2 season that culminated in a state semifinal appearance in 2017, and he's inheriting a Farmersville program that's been on the rise the last three seasons. We talked to Hankins about the move, his new team and how he's approaching the 2018 campaign.
He's seen the highs and lows with the Indians, and they've got a good group going right now. Their goal is making the most of it come playoff time. We talked to Keck about how things are looking for 2018, the system his team plays in and what it will take to push deep into the playoffs.
There's a new high school in Montgomery, and the Lake Creek Lions are jumping straight into varsity football in August. They've brought in a defensive wizard in former The Woodlands coordinator Pat Kennedy. We asked him about starting a program, what he's learned from two great head coaches at The Woodlands, and how excited he is for the first-ever rivalry game later in the 2018 season.
The Tigers had a breakout 11-1 campaign in 2017, and also have some of the state's most passionate fans. We talked to Lucio about how he handles winning, what last season was like, and how he's feeling about 2018. Producer's note: Our apologies for the phone connection! We still felt like the interview was worth posting for Tiger fans.