Highland Park HS Homecoming 2010 Pep rallies, reunions, dancing and a big gridiron victory highlight HPHS Homecoming

Hundreds of HP alumni and fans returned to Highland Park for this year's wonderful Homecoming Weekend. Six beautiful senior girls were nominated for Homecoming Queen while Randy Allen became the winningest coach in Highland Park football history with an epic 35-28 win over arch-rival Richardson Pearce. It all ended with a bash -- a Roaring 20's-themed dance in the gym.

Scots Amazing Season Comes to an End, 45-21

Published November 29, 2010 by Reid Slaughter

Before the 2010 Highland Park Football campaign began, know-it-all media types were forecasting that this team would be lucky to go 7-3. The Scots had too little experience and too many good teams to play, not the least of which was the area's #1 ranked team, Everman. From that first game until tonight, the gutsy gang whose motto was "Whatever It Takes" piled up thrilling win after thrilling win. At least three of the games — Everman, Sherman, and Wiley — will go down among the...


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Scots Clinch Share of District Title

Published October 23, 2010 by Reid Slaughter

With their impressive 49-0 win over McKinney North tonight, HP guaranteed that it will at least share the District 10-4A title. HP is now 8-0 and undefeated in district, while every other team has at least two losses.


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Scots Get Love from the Polls

Published September 7, 2010 by You+Dallas

Three straight thrilling wins have impressed the Associated Press and Dallas Morning News voters enough to put Highland Park at No. 1 in the area rankings and No. 5 in the state. Pretty impressive for a team with mostly new players. Up this weekend: Rockwall, coached by former HP quarterback Scott Smith. Rockwall is 1-1 thus far and sadly lost their standout RB Josh Broach to a leg injury.

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