All games are non-district and start at 7:30 p.m.
Victoria East and San Antonio Kennedy may be strangers, but both teams know each other perfectly well.
SHINER - Shiner and Industrial will open the season for the fifth consecutive year.
St. Joseph coach Dustin Meaux last played in a high school football game in 2002 for Goliad.
The rivalry between Shiner St. Paul and Hallettsville Sacred Heart is intense.
Robert Blackmon knows that size and speed are important in football.
Wharton coach Tim Finn isn't surprised his team is expected to make a run at the District 12-4A, Division II championship.
Last season was the first in many years that Bloomington had a junior varsity team start and finish a season.
El Campo and Bay City have moved into a new district, but the competition won't be unfamiliar.
The Karnes City football team set a goal in November 2013.
Beeville and Gonzales were on different sides of the spectrum a year ago.
Woodsboro coach Wade Miller is 2 for 2.
Industrial coach Jeff Rogers may be new, but he means business.
Kenedy, Runge, Louise and Yorktown all have their eyes on the prize.
Yoakum and Cuero competed in a district last year that sent one team to the semifinals and two to the quarterfinals.
District 15-2A, Division I appears to have it all.
Jonathan Ortega wants to finish what he started.
PORT LAVACA - When Richard Whitaker took over at Calhoun in 2005, it was in its 14th consecutive losing season. The Sandcrabs won just two games.
Goliad captured its first playoff win since 1997 last season, and the carryover is obvious to coach John Mares.