Area high school football season ends at AT&T Stadium


ARLINGTON – Nothing is more beautiful than the red football team Shiner Comanches.

On Wednesday night, Shiner won his second straight UIL Class 2A Division 1 Championship, beating Hawley 47-12 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

The Comanches led 21-12 at halftime then scored 26 unanswered points in the second half to win. The Dalton brothers and Doug Brooks led the offensive attack for Shiner.

Doug, a senior, was named the Championship game’s offensive MVP with two touchdowns and 210 rushing yards on 16 carries. Dalton, a junior, ran for 194 yards on 31 carries with 3 touchdowns. Shiner’s Eli Fric was named the Defensive MVP of the Game. Shiner ends the season 16-0.

In Thursday’s Class 2A Division II title match, Stratford Elks defeated the Falls City Beavers 39-27 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

This game went back and forth and was tied at 27 at the start of the 4th quarter, but Stratford scored the last 12 points to win the hardware. Beavers quarterback Luke Shaffer was named defensive MVP of the Championship game with a record 16.5 sacks. The Beavers’ powerful running offense never started, finishing with 25 net yards on 1 yard per attempt. Falls City ends the season 14-2.

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And it’s the end of the 2021 high school football season for KSAT 12 sports and big game coverage as all the teams in the region are done. See you next season.

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