Video: Charlie Brewer's highlights vs. The Woodlands
See the Lake Travis quarterback in the state title game.
It was a great season of high school football in Texas. Some of the best teams in the nation hail from the Lone Star State, and that's evident in the MaxPreps final rankings. Below are the top 10 and how they finished up this year.Lake Travis (Austin), No. 5
The Cavaliers lost the season opener by a touchdown and then ran the table, scoring 15 straight wins to capture the Class 6A-I state championship. During the winning streak, Lake Travis averaged an astounding 53.5 points per game and never scored less than 40 points in a contest.DeSoto, No. 11
The Eagles finished the season a perfect 16-0 en route to winning the Class 6A-II state title. De Soto averaged 47.5 points per game and put up 33 or more in every single game.Allen, No. 35
The Eagles' only loss of the year came in the Class 6A-I state semifinals, losing 36-28 to The Woodlands. Allen finished 14-1.The Woodlands, No. 39
It was a special year for the Highlanders, making it all the way to the Class 6A-I state championship before falling to Lake Travis. Cedar Hill, No. 44
The Longhorns (11-3) had arguably the toughest schedule in the national. They lost to Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) and De Soto twice, including a loss in the Class 6A-II state semifinals.
Aledo, No. 57
The Bearcats' tightest game of the season came in the opener with just a five-point win. From there, Aledo ran the table, finished 16-0 and won the Class 5A-II state championship.Klein Collins (Spring), No. 67
The Tigers started 1-1 and then rattled off 12 consecutive wins to advance to the Class 6A-II state semifinal, where they lost to powerhouse De Soto.West Orange-Stark (Orange), No. 74
The Mustangs (16-0) had an impressive offense, putting up 50.7 points per game. But it was the team's defense – allowing just 69 points, 4.3 per game – that stole the show for the Class 4A-II state champion.Steele (Cibolo), No. 91
The Knights had an impression season. The team's only two losses were to state champs Lake Travis and DeSoto. Steele went all the way to the Class 6A-II state title game before falling.Highland Park (Dallas), No. 111
The Scots had two regular-season losses, but scored six victories in the postseason to take the Class 5A-I state title.