All Time Record

Year
W
L
T
Year
W
L
T
Year
W
L
T
 
 
 
 
1930
 1
6
0
1940
3
7
0
 
 
 
 
1931
 1
3
2
1941
10
0
1
 
 
 
 
1932
 5
3
0
1942
7
2
0
 
 
 
 
1933
 5
3
0
1943
5
5
0
1924
1
2
0
1934
 4
5
0
1944
11
1
0
1925
0
3
1
1935
 1
8
1
1945
10
1
0
1926
0
3
0
 1936
 2
8
0
1946
7
3
1
1927
6
0
2
1937
 1
7
1
1947
3
7
0
1928
1
1938
 1
9
0
1948
3
7
0
1929
3
5
1939
 2
8
0
1949
5
5
0
 
Year
W
L
T
Year
W
L
T
Year
W
L
T
1950
6
3
1
1960
2
8
0
1970
2
8
0
1951
6
3
1
1961
8
2
0
1971
0
9
1
1952
8
1
1
1962
8
2
0
1972
4
6
0
1953
8
2
0
1963
5
5
0
1973
3
7
0
1954
4
6
0
1964
6
3
1
1974
5
5
0
1955
8
2
0
1965
7
3
1
1975
3
7
0
1956
7
3
0
1966
10
1
0
1976
2
7
1
1957
3
7
1
1967
4
4
2
1977
8
2
0
1958
6
3
1
1968
0
9
1
1978
5
5
0
1959
3
7
0
1969
5
4
1
1979
7
2
1
 
Year
W
L
T
Year
W
L
T
Year
W
L
T
1980
4
6
0
1990
4
5
1
2000
10
2
0
1981
2
7
1
1991
5
4
1
2001
8
3
0
1982
3
7
0
1992
8
3
0
2002
5
5
0
1983
3
6
1
1993
7
4
0
2003
4
6
0
1984
4
6
0
1994
9
2
0
2004
9
4
0
1985
8
3
0
1995
6
4
0
2005
10
2
0
1986
1
9
0
1996
3
6
1
2006
3
7 1
1987
2
8
0
1997
6
4 0
2007
1 9 0
1988
4
6
0
1998
3 7 0
2008
3 7 0
1989
4
5
1
1999
7 5 0
2009
9 3 0
                       
Year
W
L
T
Year
W
L
T
Year
W
L
T
2010 5 5 0                
2011 3 7 0                
2012 9 0                
2013 10  3 0                
2014 6 5 0                
2015 6 5 0                
2016 4 6 0                
                       

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1924, 1-2-0
HHS
OPP
Alamo Heights
0
32
 
Pleasanton
0
26
 
Pleasanton
13
2
 
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1925, 1-3-1
HHS
OPP
Alamo Heights
7
37
 
Lytle
6
6
 
Southwest Tx
0
72
 
Somerset
0
1
 
Lytle
6
13
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1926, 0-3-0
HHS
OPP
Uvalde
0
6
 
Alamo Heights
6
24
 
Somerset
 
 
No score available
Kenedy
0
28
 
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1927, 6-0-2
HHS
OPP
Uvalde
6
6
 
Pleasanton
31
0
 
Jourdanton
13
7
 
Nixon
34
0
 
Jefferson "B"
18
0
 
Alamo Heights
0
0
 
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1928, 1-6-0
HHS
OPP
Brackenridge
2
25
 
Laredo
0
18
 
Corpus Christi
0
7
 
Jefferson
0
34
 
New Braunfels
34
6
 
Austin
0
32
 
Alamo Heights
15
19
 
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1929, 3-5-1
HHS
OPP
Poteet
7
0
 
Robstown
6
19
 
Jefferson
12
27
 
Austin
0
51
 
Laredo
0
0
 
Corpus Christi
7
0
 
Brownsville
0
57
 
Brackenridge
0
14
 
Alamo Heights
22
13
 
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1930, 1-6-0
HHS
OPP
Jefferson
0
12
 
Austin
6
46
 
Robstown
7
18
 
Laredo
7
6
 
Brackenridge
0
19
 
Corpus Christi
0
19
 
Alamo Heights
0
12
 
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1931, 1-3-2
HHS
OPP
Jefferson
0
6
 
Brackenridge
0
7
 
Kerrville
12
12
 
Del Rio
0
0
 
Austin
6
26
 
Alamo Heights
9
6
 
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1932, 5-3-0
HHS
OPP
Edison
25
6
 
Brackenridge
0
13
 
Jefferson
6
14
 
Del Rio
44
0
 
Austin
6
12
 
Kerrville
13
7
 
Fox Tech
7
0
 
Alamo Heights
12
0
 
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1933, 5-3-0
HHS
OPP
Edison
32
6
 
Alamo Heights
44
0
 
Fox Tech
0
7
 
Kerrville
13
6
 
Brackenridge
0
21
 
Jefferson
0
58
 
Lanier
37
0
 
Austin
6
0
 
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1934, 4-5-0
HHS
OPP
Jefferson
0
54
 
Lanier
6
0
 
Brackenridge
0
24
 
Cuero
26
0
 
Laredo
0
7
 
Fox Tech
12
0
 
Kerrville
7
19
 
Austin
0
13
 
Alamo Heights
12
6
 
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1935, 1-8-0
HHS
OPP
Columbus
6
13
 
Corpus Christi
0
41
 
Laredo
0
14
 
Brackenridge
7
32
 
Austin
0
45
 
Fox Tech
12
22
 
Jefferson
0
6
 
Alamo Heights
7
6
 
Kerrville
0
35
 
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1936, 2-8-0
HHS
OPP
Laredo
6
0
 
Aransas Pass
6
7
 
Brackenridge
0
32
 
Austin
0
69
 
Fox Tech
0
45
 
Galveston
6
24
 
Jefferson
7
12
 
TMI
6
0
 
Robstown
0
13
 
Kerrville
7
44
 
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1937, 1-7-1
HHS
OPP
Corpus Christi
0
48
 
Luling
14
0
 
Brackenridge
0
33
 
Austin
0
26
 
Fox Tech
0
0
 
Lanier
0
6
 
Jefferson
0
39
 
St. Anthony
0
19
 
Kerrville
7
20
 
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1938, 1-9-0
HHS
OPP
Robstown
0
6
Bruce Shaw was a RB on this team
Luling
0
18
Opening KO returned for TD, called back on clipping penalty
Brackenridge
0
74
 
Austin
0
59
 
Georgetown
0
44
 
Fox Tech
7
46
Leslie Pack pass to Robert Denham marks 1st score of season
Kerrville
0
31
 
Jefferson
19
23
Indians fight back from 7-23, first half deficit
CC Academy
14
41
 
New Braunfels
20
13
Louis Crain and JD Bryant have big games
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1939, 2-8-0
HHS
OPP
Georgetown
7
0
 
New Braunfels
12
0
 
Brackenridge
0
18
 
Fox Tech
6
27
 
Austin
0
26
 
Victoria
18
26
 
Kerrville
0
13
 
Central Catholic
6
8
 
Jefferson
7
19
 
Laredo
0
14
 
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1940, 3-7-0
HHS
OPP
South San
13
0
 
Beeville
6
34
 
Brackenridge
6
27
 
Central Catholic
16
6
 
Fox Tech
0
7
 
Jefferson
6
12
Kerville
0
12
 
Austin
0
30
 
Laredo
7
31
 
South San
31
6
 
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1941, 10-0-1
HHS
OPP
District and Regional Champions
Central Catholic
12
0
Fewest points allowed in a season (13)
South San Antonio
7
0
 
Edison
7
6
 
Robstown
0
0
 
Alice
25
0
 
Lanier
26
0
 
Hot Wells
46
0
 
Burbank
39
0
 
Alamo Heights
20
0
District Championship
San Marcos
13
7
Bi-District Championship
Taylor 
7
0
Regional Championship
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1942, 7-2-0
HHS
OPP
Austin 
0
20
 
South San
32
0
 
Central Catholic
14
0
 
Edison
14
0
 
Alice
46
0
 
Lanier
7
0
 
Hot Wells
28
6
 
Burbank
20
13
 
Alamo Heights
13
20
 
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1943, 5-5-0
HHS
OPP
 
Brackenridge
0
48
 
South San
33
0
 
Central Catholic
25
0
 
Edison
14
20
 
St. Anthony
0
6
 
TMI
9
0
 
Lanier
25
7
 
Hot Wells
27
7
 
Burbank
14
26
 
Alamo Heights
0
25
 
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1944, 11-1-0
HHS
OPP
District and Regional Champions
Brackenridge
7
20
 
TMI
12
0
 
South San
19
0
 
Edison
13
6
 
Hot Wells
47
0
 
Hondo
20
0
 
Lanier
33
0
 
Central Catholic
40
7
 
Burbank
13
0
 
Alamo Heights
13
7
District Championship
Gonzales
20
7
Bi-District Championship
El Campo 
27
0
Regional Championship
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1945, 10-1-0
HHS
OPP
District and Regional Champions
Brackenridge
0
32
 
St. Anthony
33
0
 
South San
33
12
 
Edison
14
0
 
Hot Wells
34
0
 
Lanier
55
0
 
P-SJ-Alamo
45
0
 
Burbank
43
0
 
Alamo Heights
26
6
District Championship 
San Marcos
12
0
Bi-District Championship
Brenham 
35
6
Regional Championship
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1946, 7-3-1 
HHS
OPP
District 3-A Champions
Brackenridge
0
27
 
South San 
21
0
Thanks Billy Harris for correcting the UIL record on this one.
Edison
20
0
 
Edgewood
26
7
 
Fox Tech
0
0
 
Lanier
50
0
 
Burbank
14
18
 
Hot Wells
19
7
 
St. Anthony
25
0
 
Alamo Heights
12
0
District Championship
Lockhart 
6
13
 
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1947, 3-7-0
HHS
OPP
 
Kingsville
0
12
 
Corpus Christie
0
36
 
St. Anthony
27
14
 
Jefferson
0
34
 
Laredo
31
7
 
Fox Tech
0
24
 
Kerrville
12
26
 
Lanier
27
6
 
Brackenridge
6
14
 
Austin
8
21
 
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1948, 3-7-0
HHS
OPP
 
Kingsville
24
7
 
Harlingen
7
21
 
Laredo
7
14
 
Fox Tech
0
42
 
Brownwood
14
32
 
Burbank
18
0
 
Jefferson
0
14
 
Brackenridge
6
20
 
Lanier
33
0
 
Alamo Heights
0
27
 
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1949, 5-5-0
HHS
OPP
 
Harlingen
0
14
 
Edison
13
12
 
Laredo
13
7
 
Fox Tech
0
32
 
Brownwood
13
19
 
Burbank
19
12
 
Jefferson
7
40
 
Brackenridge
0
19
 
Lanier
38
6
 
Alamo Heights
38
6
 
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1950, 6-3-1
HHS
OPP
 
CC Ray
13
20
 
Laredo
32
7
 
St. Anthony
24
6
 
Fox Tech
13
6
 
Burbank
26
0
 
Jefferson
0
34
 
Edison
27
0
 
Brackenridge
20
44
 
Lanier
34
0
 
Alamo Heights
20
20
 
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1951, 6-3-1
HHS
OPP
 
Brackenridge
0
18
 
Brazosport
6
23
 
St. Gerard
33
13
 
Victoria
21
13
 
New Braunfels
27
0
 
Lanier
18
0
 
Kerville
0
0
 
Edison
6
24
 
Alamo Heights
20
0
 
Burbank
27
6
 
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1952, 8-1-1
HHS
OPP
 
Brazosport
0
0
 
Brackenridge
19
7
First ever defeat of Brackenridge
Kerrville
19
0
 
Burbank
12
0
 
Lanier
49
14
 
Seguin
19
13
 
New Braunfels
14
12
 
Victoria
34
7
 
Edison
0
27
 
Alamo Heights
30
12
 
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1953, 8-2-0
HHS
OPP
Seven shutouts!
Texas City
18
0
 
Brackenridge
7
19
 
Kerrville
26
0
 
Burbank
38
0
 
Lanier
49
0
 
Seguin
33
0
 
New Braunfels
40
0
 
Victoria
7
0
 
Edison
7
34
 
Alamo Heights
39
13
 
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1954, 4-6-0
HHS
OPP
 
Harlingen
19
20
 
Brackenridge
13
19
Kerrville
40
13
 
Burbank
13
0
 
Bay City
13
14
 
Seguin
31
0
 
Victoria
20
12
Trips to Victoria were by train.
Edison
14
19
 
New Braunfels
21
18
 
Alamo Heights
0
7
 
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1955, 8-2-0
HHS
OPP
1955 All-State Clifford Grubbs scores 24 TD's
Harlingen
12
19
 
Brackenridge
26
0
 
Kerrville
40
7
 
Burbank
33
7
 
Central Catholic
25
0
 
Seguin
27
0
 
Victoria
20
21
 
Edison
26
7
24 hour tom tom beat before the big game, and Friday morning pep rally and dance after beating the Bears
New Braunfels
33
0
 
Alamo Heights
44
6
 
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1956, 3-7-0
HHS
OPP
 
Port Arthur
0
20
 
Edison
13
20
 
McCallum
7
0
 
Central Catholic
28
13
 
San Angelo
13
54
 
Austin
0
14
 
Brackenridge
13
19
First time Brack agrees to play at Harlandale
Jefferson
0
18
 
Alamo Heights
35
13
 
Victoria
14
27
 
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1957, 3-7-0
HHS
OPP
 
Edison
0
14
 
Texas City
14
15
 
Fox Tech
19
0
 
McCallum
0
33
 
San Angelo
7
21
 
Austin
0
33
 
Brackenridge
12
0
 
Jefferson
6
41
 
Alamo Heights
25
0
 
Victoria
0
20
 
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1958, 6-3-1
HHS
OPP
 
Harlingen
22
24
 
Texas City
12
0
 
Fox Tech
26
20
 
Austin Travis
20
20
 
Edison
30
14
 
Central Catholic
53
0
 
Highlands
33
0
 
Victoria
6
14
 
Jefferson
0
20
 
Alamo Heights
22
14
 
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1959, 4-6-0
HHS
OPP
 
Harlingen
13
6
 
FW Carter
16
22
 
Fox Tech
6
8
 
Austin Travis
14
0
 
CC Carroll
19
12
 
Edison
22
30
 
Highlands
26
24
 
Victoria
6
21
 
Jefferson
12
28
 
Alamo Heights
14
38
 
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1960, 2-8-0
HHS
OPP
 
Brackenridge
0
19
 
FW Carter
22
34
 
Fox Tech
16
18
 
Austin Travis
0
23
 
CC Carroll
0
29
 
Edison
20
32
 
MacArthur
16
0
 
Highlands
20
46
 
Jefferson
0
40
 
Alamo Heights
6
29
 
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1961, 8-2
HHS
OPP
Bryan
21
7
Brackenridge
0
39
Fox Tech
28
6
Austin Travis
14
0
Burbank
29
0
Edison
27
6
Highlands
6
2
MacArthur
16
14
Jefferson
0
34
Lost to Jeff HS and future NFL'er, Tommy Nobis
Alamo Heights
25
6
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1962, 8-2
HHS
OPP
 
Bryan
19
7
 
Burbank
52
6
 
Brackenridge
38
19
Brack won state title in 1962
Edinburg
34
6
 
MacArthur
38
0
 
Jefferson
13
21
 
Edison
20
6
 
Highlands
6
7
Failed 2 pt. conversion was the difference
Robert E. Lee
24
12
 
Alamo Heights
24
6
 
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1963, 5-5
HHS
OPP
 
Bryan
7
2
 
Burbank
20
0
 
Brackenridge
12
39
 
Laredo
26
0
 
MacArthur
20
14
 
Jefferson
21
12
Monday morning pep rally after first ever victory over Jefferson
Edison
2
14
 
Highlands
0
20
 
Robert E. Lee
0
20
 
Alamo Heights
0
18
Game postponed 1 week after JFK's death
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1964, 6-3-1
HHS
OPP
 
Bryan
13
7
 
MacArthur
6
35
 
Lanier
19
0
 
Laredo Martin
27
2
 
Burbank
14
14
 
Edgewood
8
13
 
Kennedy
33
7
 
Fox Tech
27
0
 
McCollum
19
0
(1-0) Indians score on 1st possession of 1st Frontier Bowl, 37 yd TD pass from Pablo Garza to Robert Garza
Brackenridge
6
14
 
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1965, 7-3-1
HHS
OPP
 District Champions
Bryan
0
0
 
MacArthur
14
34
 
Burbank
40
0
 
Lanier
7
12
 
Laredo
43
0  
Edgewood
18
0
 
Kennedy*
37
0
 
Fox Tech*
21
20
 
McCollum*
22
6
(2-0) FB Allen Fisher, 128 yds; McHS Total Offense, 107 yds
Brackenridge
7
0
District Champs, shut out six opponents
Lee (Bi-District)
8
31
 
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1966, 10-1-0
HHS
OPP
District Champs; undefeated regular season; 6 shut outs
Lanier
8
0
 
Laredo
33
12
 
Edgewood
13
0
 
Holmes
33
19
 
Burbank
30
21
 
Fox Tech
6
0
 
Kennedy
20
0
 
McCollum
16
0
(3-0) QB Rigney Mueller, 70 rush yds, 83 pass yds, 8 pts
Marshall
16
0
 
Brackenridge
8
7
2 pt conversion seals undefeated season
MacArthur
7
48
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1967, 4-4-2
HHS
OPP
Last year for varsity games at the high school field
Lanier
9
6
 
Laredo
0
0
 
Edgewood
14
13
 
Holmes
14
20
 
Burbank
6
7
 
Fox Tech
20
20
 
Kennedy
28
7
 
McCollum
14
32
(3-1) McHS scores 20 unanswered points in 2nd half
Marshall
21
14
Indians score 15 in final five minutes
Brackenridge
7
23
 
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1968 5-4-1 before forfeits

1968, 5-4-1*
HHS
OPP
*Five victories forfeited; Memorial Stadium opens
Austin Johnston
7
12
 
Holmes
22
0
 
MacArthur
0
7
 
Lanier
19
7
 
Burbank
6
0
 
Brackenridge
15
7
 
South San
31
14
 
Edison
6
6
 
Sam Houston
0
14
 
McCollum
0
35
(3-2) US Rep H.B. Gonzalez formally dedicates Memorial Stadium.
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1969, 5-4-1
HHS
OPP
 
Austin Johnston
0
8
 
Holmes
36
0
 
MacArthur
21
26
 
Lanier
12
0
 
Burbank
23
13
 
Brackenridge
8
28
 
South San
12
6
 
Edison
14
0
 
Sam Houston
7
30
 
McCollum
14
14
(3-2-1)
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1970, 2-8-0
HHS
OPP
Mc Allen
6
7
Holmes
6
7
Seguin
0
20
Sam Houston
6
15
Brackenridge
26
0
South San
12
14
Edison
21
13
Burbank
8
21
Highlands
14
24
McCollum
0
22
(3-3-1)
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1971, 0-9-1
HHS
OPP
 
Mc Allen
20
20
 
Holmes
0
27
 
Seguin
6
48
 
Sam Houston
0
41
 
Brackenridge
6
8
 
South San
0
41
 
Edison
6
14
 
Burbank
6
28
 
Highlands
8
16
 
McCollum
20
23
 (3-4-1)
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1972, 4-6-0
HHS
OPP
 
Edgewood
12
13
 
Marshall
0
44
 
Edison
12
39
 
Central
28
20
 
Brackenridge
7
6
 
Laredo Martin
21
0
 
South San
7
16
 
Laredo Nixon
0
14
 
Burbank
26
14
 
McCollum
0
26
(3-5-1)
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1973, 3-7-0
HHS
OPP
 
Edgewood
9
0
 
Marshall
0
38
 
Edison
7
42
 
Central
0
26
 
Brackenridge
23
0
 
Laredo Martin
0
26
 
South San
6
28
 
Laredo Nixon
7
20
 
Burbank
7
0
 
McCollum
13
14
(3-6-1)
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1974, 5-5-0
HHS
OPP
 
Memorial
23
6
 
Lanier
34
6
 
Edison
7
0
 
Holmes
14
35
 
Burbank
19
15
 
Wheatley
15
20
 
Laredo Martin
13
26
 
South San
0
19
 
Laredo Nixon
20
15
 
McCollum
14
17
(3-7-1)
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1975, 3-7-0
HHS
OPP
 
Memorial
13
6
 
Lanier
21
12
 
Edison
13
14
 
Holmes
0
35
 
Burbank
7
21
 
Wheatley
24
34
 
Laredo Martin
22
24
 
South San
21
27
 
Laredo Nixon
7
6
 
McCollum
0
32
(3-8-1)
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1976, 2-7-1
HHS
OPP
 
Memorial
6
13
 
Lanier
12
34
 
Edison
14
14
 
Kennedy
6
28
 
East Central
7
6
 
Judson
13
12
 
Laredo Martin
16
21
 
South San
6
27
 
Laredo Nixon
21
24
 
McCollum
0
13
(3-9-1)
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1977, 8-2-0
HHS
OPP
 
Memorial
23
6
 
Lanier
19
6
 
Edison
28
26
 
Kennedy
12
10
 
East Central
14
3
 
Judson
7
27
 
Laredo Martin
13
6
 
South San
7
14
 
Laredo Nixon
14
12
 
McCollum
20
6
(4-9-1) First Frontier Bowl win since 1967
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1978, 5-5-0
HHS
OPP
 
Edison
0
20
 
Kennedy
25
13
 
Wheatley
0
23
 
Travis
7
27
 
East Central
13
14
 
Judson
0
42
 
Laredo Martin
28
14
 
South San
20
7
 
Laredo Nixon
27
6
 
McCollum
12
9
(5-9-1)
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1979, 7-2-1
HHS
OPP
 
Edison
14
26
 
Kennedy
33
0
 
Wheatley
20
20
Travis
28
7
 
East Central
7
0
 
Judson
0
48
 
Laredo Martin
36
16
 
South San
14
3
 
Laredo Nixon
15
12
 
McCollum
27
7
(6-9-1)
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1980, 4-6-0
HHS
OPP
 
Edison
13
39
 
Kennedy
21
6
 
Wheatley
0
23
 
Eagle Pass
14
25
 
East Central
14
28
 
Nixon
15
14
 
South San
6
10
Martin
3
20
 
Alamo Heights
10
7
 
McCollum
12
10
(7-9-1)
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1981, 2-7-1
HHS
OPP
 
Edison
0
14
 
Kennedy
15
8
 
Wheatley
6
6
 
Eagle Pass
7
3
 
East Central
6
34
 
Nixon
19
21
 
South San
2
24
Martin
0
17
 
Alamo Heights
7
14
 
McCollum
0
16
(7-10-1)
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1982, 3-7-0
HHS
OPP
 
Clemens
6
37
 
Edison
15
20
 
Kennedy
29
18
Pete Casarez 255 yds rushing
Martin
8
17
 
Eagle Pass
0
40
 
Nixon
17
14
 
Memorial
14
0
East Central
0
27
 
South San
13
26
 
McCollum
27
29
(7-11-1)
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1983, 2-7-1
HHS
OPP
 
Clemens
7
38
 
Edison
14
10
 
Kennedy
26
26
 
Martin
12
6
 
Eagle Pass
6
7
 
Nixon
20
33
 
Memorial
0
7
East Central
21
28
 
South San
0
29
 
McCollum
0
44
(7-12-1)
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1984, 4-6-1
HHS
OPP
 
Fox Tech
13
12
 
Edison
20
24
 
Kennedy
0
35
 
East Central
0
49
 
Cigarroa
27
7
 
South San
12
0
 
Eagle Pass
20
21
 
Nixon
0
14
 
Martin
37
7
 
McCollum
7
28
(7-13-1)
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1985, 8-3
HHS
OPP
Playoff Team
Fox Tech
14
17
 
Edison
20
17
 
Kennedy
24
13
 
East Central
15
16
 
Cigarroa
38
14
 
South San
21
6
 
Eagle Pass
41
14
 
Nixon
40
14
 
Martin
40
20
Alex Aguirre rushes for 272 yards
McCollum
31
6
(8-13-1)
Edison
20
24
First playoff appearance in 19 years
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1986, 1-9-0
HHS
OPP
 
Fox Tech
0
36
 
Clark
13
68
 
John Jay
0
47
 
Del Rio
0
21
 
Eagle Pass
20
14
 
Holmes
0
63
 
Marshall
7
13
 
Lee
0
27
 
Taft
21
23
 
McCollum
20
28
(8-14-1)
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1987, 2-8
HHS
OPP
 
Fox Tech
7
38
 
Clark
0
48
 
John Jay
6
21
 
Del Rio
29
47
 
Eagle Pass
21
12
 
Holmes
7
57
 
Marshall
13
34
 
Lee
0
56
 
Taft
21
49
 
McCollum 
42
2
(9-14-1)
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1988, 4-6-0
HHS
OPP
 
Burbank
26
0
 
Lanier
36
21
 
Edison
6
7
 
Laredo Martin
28
39
 
South San
19
25
 
Laredo Nixon
39
7
 
Seguin
6
42
 
Laredo United
26
48
 
Southwest
13
27
 
McCollum
44
6
(10-14-1)
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1989, 4-5-1
HHS
OPP
 
Burbank
26
0
 
Lanier
20
19
 
Edison
20
21
 
Laredo Martin
20
14
 
South San
28
0
 
Laredo Nixon
26
29
 
Seguin
0
35
 
Laredo United
19
36
Southwest
39
41
 
McCollum
35
35
(10-14-2) Indians score 33 yard 2-pt conv to tie McHS
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1990, 4-5-1
HHS
OPP
 
Edison
7
7
 
Burbank
42
0
 
Lanier
36
21
 
Seguin
14
27
New Braunfels
0
38
Central Catholic
19
36
San Marcos
7
6
South San
0
28
East Central
18
14
McCollum (10-15-2)
7
13
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1991, 5-5
HHS
OPP
 
Edison
19
28
 
Burbank
42
12
 
Lanier
36
21
 
Seguin
33
27
Indian comeback named E-N Game of the Year
New Braunfels
3
28
 
Central Catholic
28
33
 
San Marcos
0
6
 
South San
12
7
 
East Central
6
36
 
McCollum
13
7
(11-15-2) HHS victory denies Cowboys a district title
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1992, 8-3-0
HHS
OPP
District Champions
Burbank
30
7
 
Edison
19
6
 
Lanier
34
12
 
Kennedy
23
19
Southwest
7
14
Game between two undefeated teams
East Central
16
13
 
South San
33
0
 
San Marcos
14
16
 
Seguin
21
14
Steven Sandoval: 278 Rush Yards / 30 Carries
McCollum
15
0
(12-15-2)
Judson
14
35
HHS takes 14-0 lead before State Champs take control
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1993, 7-4-0
HHS
OPP
Playoff Team (2nd Place)
Burbank
34
0
 
Edison
21
28
 
Lanier
43
22
 
Kennedy
7
6
Southwest
14
0
 
East Central
21
14
 
South San
34
7
 
San Marcos
16
14
 
Seguin
6
24
 
McCollum
0
12
(12-16-2)
Judson
7
49
Judson became eventual State Champion
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1994, 9-2-0
HHS
OPP
 District Co-Champions
Southwest
18
14
 
South San
33
14
 
Seguin
21
17
 
Edison
34
0
 
Brackenridge
41
0
 
Highlands
28
27
Indians deny Owls 2pt conversion late in game
East Central
18
22
 
Jefferson
26
20
94 yd drive in final 2 minutes seals the victory
Lanier
25
0
 
McCollum
12
7
(13-16-2)
Holmes
14
35
3rd consecutive playoff appearance for HHS
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1995, 6-4-0
HHS
OPP
 
Southwest
6
0
Played in the Alamodome
South San
26
21
Indians come back from 0-21 halftime deficit
Seguin
6
9
 
Edison
41
36
 
Brackenridge
34
38
 
Highlands
6
24
 
East Central
18
42
 
Jefferson
25
21
 
Lanier
34
0
 
McCollum
16
14
(14-16-2)
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1996, 3-6-1
HHS
OPP
 
McCollum
28
0
 (15-16-2)
Seguin
14
14
 
Cigarroa
22
0
 
Jefferson
30
24
 
East Central
19
41
 
Edison
20
28
 
South San
35
42
 
Brack
0
21
 
Highlands
14
16
 
Southwest
7
42
 
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1997, 6-4-0
HHS
OPP
 
McCollum
35
27
(16-16-2)
Seguin
35
19
 
Cigarroa
52
6
 
Jefferson
29
27
Tackle at the 1 yd line saves the "W" (after 40+ yd gain)
East Central
29
33
 
Edison
24
13
 
South San
18
44
 
Brack
32
43
 
Highlands
28
14
 
Southwest
28
35
 
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1998, 3-7-0
HHS
OPP
 
Holmes
14
36
 
Seguin 
0
7
 
Laredo Alexander
17
21
 
Highlands (OT)
28
21
First ever overtime game for HHS
Brackenridge
34
20
 
East Central (OT)
25
26
 
South San 
0
29
 
Jefferson
24
14
 
Southwest
12
52
 
Mc Collum
30
43
(16-17-2)
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1999, 7-5-0
HHS
OPP
 Bi-District Champions
Holmes
7
24
 
Seguin (2OT)
21
27
 
Laredo Alexander
51
21
Played this one in the Alamodome
Highlands*
31
47
 
Brackenridge
45
13
 
East Central
26
9
AJ Jaramillo (4 Int's) E-N Player of the Week
South San (2OT)
43
50
 
Jefferson
22
14
 
Southwest*
28
14
 
Mc Collum
35
14
(17-17-2)
Victoria
28
21
First playoff victory in 44 years
Holmes  *
35
45
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2000, 10-2-0
HHS
OPP
District & Bi-District Champions
Marshall 
13
41
 
McCollum
42
7
(18-17-2) HHS leads series for 1st time since 1970
Edison 
49
14
 
Lar. United South 
35
6
 
Seguin 
56
15
 
Highlands
41
31
 
South San
43
7
 
Brackenridge 
34
14
 
Southwest 
12
8
 
Victoria
48
19
"Winner take all" district championship game
John Jay
35
14
First win over NISD team since 1969
Mac Arthur
12
37
10 straight wins***Most points scored in a season(422)
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2001, 8-3-0
HHS
OPP
 Playoff Team (2nd Place)
Marshall 
29
28
Classic! Marshall was ranked #1 in Region IV
McCollum
27
21
(19-17-2) HHS overcomes 13-21 4th quarter deficit
Edison 
45
10
 
Lar. United South
35
7
 
Seguin 
35
14
 
Highlands
36
6
 
South San
31
14
HHS Ranked #1 in city by several local polls
Brackenridge
28
31
 
Southwest
37
41
 
Victoria
40
25
3rd consecutive victory over Victoria
Marshall
6
28
3rd consecutive playoff appearance
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2002, 5-5-0
HHS
OPP
 
McCollum
9
12
(19-18-2) McHS deep snapper catches crucial pass :-(
Edison
23
14
 
Central Catholic
26
21
Fredericksburg
14
39
 
Laredo Martin
27
14
 
Southwest
23
20
HHS scores 10 points in less than 2 mins to win
Smithson Valley
0
43
 
Highlands
19
55
 
Brackenridge
44
42
 
East Central
14
56
 

2003, 4-6-0
HHS
OPP
 
McCollum
7
0
(20-18-2) Lowest scoring Frontier Bowl in history
Edison
38
0
First back to back shutouts since 1994
Central Catholic
14
18
Fredericksburg
0
30
 
Laredo Martin
42
18
 
Southwest
0
10
Smithson Valley
6
57
 
Highlands
12
13
 
Brackenridge
45
18
 
East Central
14
27
 

2004, 9-4-0
HHS
OPP
30-4A District, Bi-District, Area Champions
Highlands
28
14
Central Catholic
13
23
Alamo Heights
0
14
Southwest
19
22
 
Beeville
27
23
 
Southside
35
8
South San
34
14
 
Pleasanton
18
0
 
Floresville
7
0
 
McCollum
35
13
(21-18-2) Battle for the District Championship
Brackenridge
28
0
Bi-District Championship
Flour Bluff
17
10
Area Championship, 4th Playoff victory in 6 years
Boerne
6
20
First "Week 13" game in HHS history

2005, 10-2-0
HHS
OPP
30-4A District, Bi-District Champions
Highlands
51
7
Most points scored in an opening game
Central Catholic
51
28
Coach Isaac Martinez ties Howard K. Harris' mark of 72 W's
Alamo Heights
7
35
Southwest
24
21
FG kicked as time expired...Win #73 for Coach Martinez
Beeville
41
28
Indians recover from 7-28, 2nd Q deficit
Southside
46
26
South San
37
23
9000 fans fill South San's 7500 seat stadium
Pleasanton
26
7
Victor Mancha: 177 yards, 2 sacks, 1 interception
Floresville
23
12
Indians claim 2nd district championship in 2 years
McCollum
45
27
(22-18-2) 45 = most points in a Frontier Bowl
Fox Tech
35
13
5th Playoff appearance/victory in 7 years
Flour Bluff
20
28
Valiant comeback snuffed in last 3 minutes
 
2006, 3-7-0
HHS
OPP
Highlands 14 20  
Central Catholic 20 27  
Steele 6 42
Southwest 19 27  
Medina Valley 21 30  
Southside 42 40
Uvalde 27 20  
Floresville 26 19  
South San 12 17  
McCollum 14 23 (22-19-2)
       
       
2007, 1-9-0
HHS
OPP
Highlands 19 18  
Central Catholic 12 31  
Steele 6 45
Southwest 12 43  
Medina Valley 19 39  
Southside 14 21
Uvalde 15 29  
Floresville 7 14  
South San 42 57  
McCollum 0 41 (22-20-2)
       
       
2008, 3-7-0
HHS
OPP
Eagle Pass Winn 23 7  
Central Catholic 21 36  
Holy Cross 30 23
Antonian 35 28  
Medina Valley 7 26  
Southside 26 27
Floresville 14 34  
Uvalde 7 42  
Pleasanton 14 41  
McCollum 24 27 (22-21-2)
       
       
2009, 9-3-0
HHS
OPP
Eagle Pass Winn 19 3 Total Yards: HHS 432, EP Winn 95
Central Catholic 6 36  
Holy Cross 35 7 3 TD night for Trenton Miller
Antonian 32 28 Indians score last 12 points of the game
Medina Valley 7 26  
Southside 42 7 3 TD night for Paul Santos
Floresville 34 18 QB Jon Silva 12/15, 148 yds and 2 TD's
Uvalde 21 20 T Miller, 236 yds / 33 Att; P Santos scores last TD w/3:37 left
Pleasanton 31 14 T Miller: 304 yds / 38 Att
McCollum 49 42 (23-21-2); J Silva 14/16, 218 yds, 3 TD's
Corpus Christi Ray 41 14 Most points scored by an Indian team in a playoff game
Flour Bluff 21 38  
 

2010, 5-5-0
HHS
OPP
 
South San 26 17 Jake Cardenas 18/21, 208 yds and 3 TD's
Central Catholic 25 28  
Burbank 34 0 Burbank held to 64 yds total offense and 3 first downs
Highlands 10 0  
Brennan 28 20 Win #100 for Coach Isaac Martinez
Medina Valley 18 15  HHS is Dave Campbell's Army Strong "Team of the Week"
Champion 20 60  
Kerrville Tivy 6 70  
Uvalde 32 38  
McCollum 21 28 (23-22-2)
       
     
2011, 3-7-0
HHS
OPP
 
South San 35 13  
Central Catholic 7 24  
Burbank 42 14 Zach Urdiales, 136 yds / 4 rec
Highlands 27 6 449 total yds for the Indians
Brennan 0 35  
Medina Valley 21 28 Overtime; 21-21 at the end of regulation
Champion 22 57  
Kerrville Tivy 17 35  
Uvalde 28 29 40 yd FG attempt blocked on last play of game
McCollum 6 33 (23-23-2)
       
       
2012, 9-3
HHS
OPP
 
South San 31 6 Joshua Mendoza, 76 yd KO return
Lanier 58 16 Most points by HHS in single game; Ruben Garcia 43 yd FG
Burbank 42 21 QB Brandon Ramon 17/21, 186 yds and 4 TD's
Medina Valley 51 41 Nick Martinez rushes for 329 yards on 23 carries
Floresville 21 24  
Kennedy 35 7 35 points scored in first half
Memorial 49 21 B Ramon 18/25, 325 yds and 3 TD's; SAEN Top Performer
Southside 21 32  
Uvalde 48 13 Ramon 16/24, 312 yards and 3 passing TD & 1 rushing.
McCollum 43 36 2OT Frontier Bowl Classic (24-23-2)
Victoria East 35 26 N Martinez, 223 yds / 39 rushes (9th HHS team w/Playoff W)
Flour Bluff 15 57 Nathan Ibarra, 11 receptions, 112 yards, 1 TD
       
       
2013, 10-3
HHS
OPP
Playoff Team, 3-way tie for 2nd place w/MV & Uvalde
South San 31 13 Brandon Ramon, 12 for 24 (215 yds) , 3 TD's & 0 INT's
Lanier 28 19 Indians score in every quarter
Burbank 48 6 Ramon, 12 for 18 (266 yds), 5 TD's & 0 INT's
Medina Valley 33 14 James Mendoza, 5 catches, 136 yards and 2 TD's
Floresville 28 17 14 unanswered points in 2nd half to overcome 14-17 deficit.
Kennedy 21 31 21 JFK points in 1st quarter makes for a too steep hill.
Memorial 42 23 Nick Martinez: 35 carries, 202 yards, 4 TD's
Southside 21 14 Ramon throws 3 TD passes
Uvalde 21 34  
McCollum 27 17 Indians overcome 13-17 4th quarter deficit. 25-23-2
Gregory-Portland 37 35 WR Eddie Pedroza, 7 catches, 169 yards, 3 TD's
Rio Grande City 33 28 LB Bryan O'Tani scoops fumble and scores from 30 yds out
Rouse 21 43 Played at Bobcat Stadium at Texas State University
       
       
2014, 6-5
HHS
OPP
Playoff Team, Division I, Second seed
Devine 17 7 Defense gets 3 TO's in first half
Somerset 15 40  
Jefferson 34 25  
Brackenridge 21 24  
Highlands 20 0  
Edison 21 31  
Lanier 28 17  
Sam Houston 14 37  
Burbank 28 27  
McCollum 7 6 Indians deny 2pt conversion with time expired to win. 26-23-2
Alamo Heights 17 48  
       
       
2015, 6-5
HHS
OPP
Playoff Team, Division I, Second seed
Devine 6 42  
Somerset 0 21  
Jefferson 28 21 R Palomino, 85 yd KO return, B Rodriguez, 41 yd fumble return
Brackenridge 28 6  
Highlands 7 14  
Edison 14 10 Hook and ladder for the win!
Lanier 31 18  
Sam Houston 23 29  
Burbank 35 6  
McCollum 34 7 27-23-2
San Marcos 18 21  
         
       
2016, 4-6-0
HHS
OPP
 
John Jay 28 19  
South San 28 19  
Central Catholic 46 45 2OT
Holmes 28 49  
Somerset 0 24  
Floresville 12 37 Hook and ladder for the win!
Uvalde 21 28  
Winn 24 27  
Southside 40 42 2OT
McCollum 48 41 28-23-2
       
       
       
       

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