Vote for Jason Shelley SportsDayHS Hero Award

Jason Shelley has been nominated for a SportsDayHS Hero Award for his performance during Week 8.

The Hero Award is determined by a weekly fan vote, which can be completed online, here: http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/high-schools/vote.

 

 

 

Vote for Jason Shelley Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week

Jason Shelley has been nominated for the Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week award, presented by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football and the AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl.

Jason is one of ten nominees for the weekly statewide award, which is 100% decided by fan voting.  The poll, located at www.texasfootball.com, closes Friday at noon.  The recipe for success, we’ve found, is schools that utilize social media to spread the word to their students, faculty, staff, coaches, parents and anyone that supports their team and community. 

Additionally, we’ve set up a Facebook page and Twitter feed that should help you spread the word virally through the community:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MrTexasFootball

Twitter: @MrTexasFootball

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ranger Newsletter

Thank you parents, fans and family for your support of the Rangers in our district win vs. Heritage. The Rangers got back to their winning ways with a big 52-27 victory. The win improves our record to (6-2 overall, 4-2 in district). The Rangers will look for another district win this Friday October 24 vs. Frisco @ Memorial Stadium. Come out and support your team as we look to take down the Frisco Raccoons!

SENIOR NIGHT THIS FRIDAY
On Friday night vs. Frisco we will honor the senior’s in our program. We will be asking seniors for the names of the family members who will escort them on this great night. Each player is allowed up to a maximum of 2 escorts. Escorts will need to be in attendance by 6:10pm and start making their way to the track area of the stadium opposite the scoreboard.

GARY BURNS FUN RUN
In the spirit of tradition and giving back to our community, our football team will be participating in the 15th annual Frisco Education Foundation Gary Burns Frisco Fun Run at TOYOTA STADIUM (formerly FC Dallas Stadium) on Saturday, October 25th. You are encouraged to participate. Players will report Saturday morning by 7:30am to the field house and travel as a team to participate.

Game Summaries:

Varsity: (per Dallas Morning News)
FRISCO — Jason Shelley accounted for six touchdowns and 533 yards total offense as Frisco Lone Star turned a close game at halftime into a 52-27 rout of Frisco Heritage on Friday night at Memorial Stadium.
Shelley completed 16 of 31 passes for 370 yards and four touchdowns through the air and added 163 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.
The game was played at a snail’s pace, lasting well over three hours primarily because the teams combined for 34 incomplete passes and 21 penalties totaling 220 yards.
But when Shelley was on target, he made it count.
His second completion of the game — an 84-yard catch-and-run by Jaylen Dixon on a deflected deep ball — gave Lone Star (6-2, 4-2 in District 9-5A) a 7-0 lead on its first possession. That capped a five-play, 98-yard drive after the Lone Star defense stopped Heritage on fourth down from the two-yard-line.
Shelley also completed first-half touchdown passes of 11 yards to M’Kyl Bordes and 29 yards to Jordan Jones.
Heritage (5-2, 3-2) pulled within 25-13 midway through the third quarter on a 20-yard field goal by Bryce Crawford.
But Shelley found Jones again, this time for a 92-yard touchdown, and added fourth-quarter touchdown runs of 56 and 32 yards.
Carlos Bolton also had a Lone Star touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 28-yard interception return.

JV:
Last Thursday the JV Rangers took on Frisco Heritage HS at LSHS field.  The offense found the end zone on an 18 yard run by Spencer Washington.  In the second half Justin Bienemy scored on a 6 yard run and then he also ran in a 2 point conversion from 3 yards out.  Defensively the Rangers started slow but came on strong in the second half when Andrew Zammarippa and Nick Webb forced a fumble that was recovered by Dante Ewell.  On the next series, a host of Rangers caused a fumble that was recovered by Gabriel Hodges.  In the end, the Rangers fell 36-14. 

9th Grade:
On Thursday night, the Lone Star Rangers Silver and Blue Teams battled the Heritage Coyote freshman.

The Silver Team got started by driving down the field on the opening drive to take a 6-0 lead. The Silver team would battle all game just coming up short 8-6. Offensively the Silver team was led by gutsy play from Mason Horak and Josiah Jamison. Defensively the Silver team tackled well, led by RanD Hedrick and Tyler Leone.

The Blue Team would start things off putting together an eight play drive to pay dirt to take an early 6-0 lead on the Coyotes. The Coyote offense would answer with a score of their own the following drive to make it 8-6. The Blue team would respond with another big drive to take a 14-8 lead. The first half would be back and forth ending in a 20-14 game. The second half would be a defensive battle by both sides. The Blue team put together great drives but just couldn’t find the end zone, while the defense played hard all night! The final score would end at 32-14 Coyotes. Defensively the Rangers were led by the play of Condae Thomas and Zach Douglas. Offensively, Xavier Rodriguez and Trejon St. Junior were relentless in their efforts.

imageRANGERS IMPACTING THE COMMUNITY
This week the Rangers football team helped out with the car line and participated in an assembly at Phillips elementary this morning. We are proud of our Rangers who continually impact the community in a positive way, setting a great example for future Rangers.

Game Times/Locations vs. Frisco (Lone Star home team)

  • Varsity vs. Frisco Friday Oct. 24 @ Memorial Stadium
  • JV vs. Frisco Thurs. Oct. 23 @ Frisco 5:30pm
  • 9th B vs. Frisco Thursday Oct. 23 @ LSHS Stadium 5:30pm
  • 9th A vs. Frisco Thursday Oct. 23 @ LSHS Stadium 7pm

***We need parent volunteers weekly to help run chains during JV and 9th games.  Contact Cassy Moore cassy.moore@genesismetro.org

VARSITY / JV PRACTICE TIMES / REPORT TIMES (No jv morning meetings)

  • MONDAY- VARSITY TEAM MEETING REPORT BY 7:35AM!! PRACTICE DURING ATHLETIC PERIOD, E.O.P.- 5:45PM
  • TUESDAY – VARSITY VIDEO REPORT BY 7:50AM!! PRACTICE DURING ATHLETIC PERIOD, E.O.P.- 5:45PM
  • WEDS.- VARSITY VIDEO REPORT BY 7:50AM!! PRACTICE DURING ATHLETIC PERIOD, E.O.P. 4:45PM

9TH GRADE PRACTICE TIMES / REPORT TIMES

  • Mon / Tues REPORT TIME 6:15AM; PRACTICE DURING ATHLETIC PERIOD, END OF PRACTICE 4:10PM
  • Weds REPORT TIME 6:40AM

5 Life Skills that we learn in football that will affect their lives:
1. DISCIPLINE
2. PHYSICAL CONDITIONING
3. RELATING TO PEERS
4. RELATING TO AUTHORITY
5. REACTING TO AND HANDLING EMOTION

Please continue to re-iterate these with your son! The more we grow in these 5 Life Skills the more successful our athletes will become on and off the field.


Thank you for your continued support of the program! Please check out the booster club website at www.lonestarfootballnation.com for updates.

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WIN THE DAY!!

Jeff Rayburn
Athletic Coordinator / Head Football Coach

 

Upcoming Events

10.24: Varstiy(Senior Night) vs Frisco @ FISD Memorial @ 7:00 pm.

10.23 JV vs. Frisco @ LSHS @ 5:30pm

10.23 Freshman A vs. Frisco @ LSHS @ 7:00pm

10.23 Freshman B vs.Heritage @ LSHS @ 5:30pm

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