Highland Park Scots vs Everman Bulldogs: HP Football 2011 Scots win 2011 season opener, 48-28, in the Tom Landry Classic at SMU

Even with on-field temperatures reaching 120 degrees, the new version of HP Scot Football showed plenty of energy, taking control of the Tom Landry Classic early and dominating a highly-ranked Everman team, 48-28. Senior quarterback Brady Burgin had an impressive debut, going 18-26 for 274 yards and 5 touchdowns (4 passing, one rushing). Burgin got better and better as the game went on, syncing with receivers Hunter Halpin (2 TDs), William Morris (2 TDs), and Dalton Stogner (7 catches, 79 yards).

The defense was equally salty, controlling the line of scrimmage and only giving up a few big plays. Everman's famed running game had very little success. The one dark moment was the first quarter injury to HP's popular junior linebacker, Guy Tom Kellogg, who broke his leg and will sadly miss the rest of the season. All in all, an impressive start to the year for a team which should get stronger and more efficient each week.

HPHS science team wins 6th consecutive state championship

Published May 11, 2011 by You+Dallas

The Highland Park High School science team won its sixth consecutive UIL 4A title at the state academic meet May 5-7 in Austin. The team, coached by HPHS teacher Wenzen Chuang, includes:

  • Danny Ham 
  • Alex Levine
  • Paul Wei
  • Kevin Yan


Individually, Alex earned first place in the science category, with the top score in biology and the second-highest score in physics. Paul and Danny earned second and third place in science, respectively.

Additionally, the mathematics team earned fifth place...

Alex Levine, Paul Wei, Kevin Yan and Danny Ham earned the HPHS science team    its sixth consecutive UIL 4A state championship.
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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 most...

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