Strawn High School Football 2021

Strawn High School Football 2021

Strawn High School is one of the most talented football teams in the state. In fact, the Greyhounds are undefeated and will face Motley County in the Texas high school football championship game on Wednesday at Arlington’s AT&T Stadium. This will be the fifth time that Strawn has played for a state title, and they have won three in the last five years.

During their four state titles, the Greyhounds have averaged a total of 72.1 points per game. They are currently the second-ranked team in the state by Texas Football magazine. The team has scored over 60 points in each of the past 10 games.

Their most recent victory came against Richland Springs. While the game was close, the Greyhounds piled up 630 yards and took control in the second half. Strawn led by two touchdowns early in the fourth quarter. After the Coyotes pulled within 8-6, the Greyhounds scored on each of their next nine possessions.

Despite a fumble, Grayson Rigdon was the star of the game. He rushed for 292 yards, including a 79-yard run. His TD run tied the UILState Conference 1A Six-Man record for the longest rushing touchdown. He added two more TDs on the ground. Additionally, he caught a 45-yard pass for a touchdown.

Another key player was running back Jadeyn Bryant. He rushed for three TDs and was responsible for the Greyhounds’ biggest play of the game. A 75-yard kickoff return for a touchdown also set the tone for the game.

Grayson Rigdon was also a force for the Greyhounds. He caught one touchdown and had one touchdown pass, but his biggest play of the game was a 79-yard run. Throughout the game, he ran both the offensive and defensive line. For the game, he forced two fumbles and had a total of 12.5 tackles.

Kadyn Roys is the Matadors’ reliable passing threat. He has completed 62 passes this season for a total of 898 yards and has earned Offensive and Defensive MVP honors in both Conference 1A-DI and Conference 1A-A. Also, senior running back Kason Degan leads the team with a hefty total of 892 rushing yards and a state-leading 48 receptions. Wyatt Perryman is the Matadors’ defensive end.

Overall, the Strawn Greyhounds are the most threatening offense in the state. The team has scored 60 points in each of the past five games. It is also the only team to have a winning streak of six games this year. As for defense, the team has been dominant throughout the season. Only a few teams have allowed more than 36 points in a single game this season. And despite giving up multiple single-digit scores, the Matadors have still allowed only eight in four games.

There is nothing better than being a part of a championship game, and this year, the Greyhounds are looking to make history. At this point, they are the only Texas high school football team to have achieved the milestone of 1,000 points scored this season.

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