Week two is in the books, as teams start to emerge and show their true colors entering week three of high school football across the city. More non-division games this week, as teams try to improve their records and gear up for district play...
In a game with significant District 1-5A playoff implications, Chapin defeated Burges in epic fashion 27-24 at Mustang Stadium on Friday night. The first half was a clear defensive battle as the Huskies took a modest 7-6 lead over the Ponies in to the locker room during the intermission...
A couple of weeks ago Chapin was playing red hot football as they had won their first 8 games of the season, and seemed to be on their way to winning the District I-5A crown with ease. The old cliché 'it's not how you start, it's how you finish,' became rather evident for the Huskies as they lost their final two regular season games to Burges and Andress, hence squandering away a sure District ch
The Chapin Huskies volleyball team continues it's unbeaten run in District 1-4A as they swept the Jefferson Silver Foxes, 25-23, 25-20, 25-15. The 8-0 Huskies are now ranked 21st in the state by the Texas Volleyball Coaches Association.
The Chapin Huskies looked to make a statement to open the defense of their District 1-4A crown. It took coach Rene Hernandez's squad until the fourth quarter to do it, but eventually the Huskies' athleticism wore down the Burges Mustangs earning Chapin its first win of the season, 26-14.
It was a big matchup in District to kick off the District 1-4A season and Time Warner Cable Sports was there for the Chapin-Burges game Friday night. TWC Sports will re-broadcast the game on Channel 24 Wednesday or Thursday next week at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m.
The Chapin Huskies experienced a nightmare on Friday as they were outmatched by Las Cruces at the Field of Dreams. The Huskies began the game in a rather inauspicious fashion when quarterback Seth Gonzalez fumbled the ball on their first play from scrimmage.