The high school football season in Texas came to a close over the weekend. Austin Westlake was among the victors with a 40-21 win over Denton Guyer in the UIL 6A Division II finals. That victory helped propel the Chaparrals to the No. 1 ranking in the final Texas MaxPreps Top 25.
Austin Westlake completed its unbeaten season and sent retiring head coach Todd Dodge out a winner with the school's third straight UIL title - and Dodge's seventh crown over all. In the finals, Texas Player of the Year Cade Klubnik
threw for 280 yards and four scores, including three to wideout Jaden Greathouse
, to run the Chaps win streak to 40 games.
In his eighth season as head coach for the Chaps, Dodge went a remarkable
104-13, including 16-0 this season when Westlake outscored
In the 6A Division I finals, North Shore (Houston) downed Duncanville 17-10 in a rematch of the 2018 and 2019 finals. The Mustangs land No. 2 in the final Texas MaxPreps Top 25 rankings as a 39-yard touchdown pass from freshman Kaleb Bailey
to David Amador
with 2 minutes, 53 seconds remaining lifted Mustangs to the title.
Read on for a complete look at the final Texas MaxPreps Top 25.2021 TEXAS STATE CHAMPIONS
FINAL TEXAS MAXPREPS TOP 25