You really do not need the input of a football magazine known as Dave Campbell Texas Football to tell us where are the football fields of Pasadena Independent School District would fit in the hierarchy end of the new image of the District 22-5A in the fall .
By the time all athletic directors and football coaches opened their packages last winter in the UIL’s biennial realignment, which more or less knew how the predictions would be in the magazine Dave Campbell, about four months down the road.
These predictions are out and right on cue, the teams of the Pasadena Independent School District is scrambling to fill the role of actor, or in this case, the breadcrumbs postseason after Pearland and Manvel corner the main course – pursuit of the crown 22-5A.
The magazine has chosen the former 4A toughie Manvel jump right into battle and capture the flag 5A 22-5A Pearland drive second. When the two meet in the district race, will and must be the game’s premiere statewide this weekend.
In the top-25 preseason poll, is ranked Manvel Pearland 11 and 15.
But for PISD clubs, there was not much suspense in the predictions of the magazine. It was about as expected. Dobie, which currently has a tight grip on PISD other programs, is projected to capture third place.
The Longhorns will pack a 11-game streak of winning PISD the 2012 season. You have to go back to September 24, 2009 to find the last time Dobie fell to one of his cousins PISD. So that is why the slope of the magazine to give Dobie third and perhaps throw a scare small, either in Manvel or Pearland should be fun ball bounce or two.
Memorial, who won a record sixth season PISD consecutive state playoffs last spot has been tabulated by the magazine to make it seven in a row in the first year head coach Chris Quillian with a fourth. But as with any team in the bubble, which is projected as a fourth team in a vote of confidence is shaky.
In recent seasons, Texas Football magazine has been in the south corner of Houston, the selection of the Trojans for a playoff berth. Not this season. I have to be the fifth, the final result of 22-5A district become a much more difficult.
Alvin, the third team again in the district, has been selected for sixth place. However, the Yellowjackets have taken two of the last three meetings of South Houston, including a 14-10 victory last September, so Alvin knows he can play with South Houston. In fact, the Memorial, South Houston and Alvin was able to finish in one of three different orders.
Pasadena and Sam Rayburn have again been relegated to the bottom of the area by the magazine. David Satcher, the new head coach at Sam Rayburn, the magazine predicts that one of the three new coaches in 22-5A, Quillian only get to try the Promise land his first time out of doors.
In District 21-5A Texas Football magazine is claiming the former 22-5A foe Deer Park to claim a place in the state playoffs. But like the Mavs, who will be a hard-fought prize if this happens because it has the maroon and gold landing in the room.
North Shore, La Porte and Port Arthur Memorial are seen as district playoff qualifiers others.
Former coach John lifetime Snelson Memorial is now in Dickinson and the magazine lists the Gators scene missing the playoffs with a fifth in the 24-5A. We see clear streams, Clear Brook, Brazoswood and Clear Creek and the clubs in that district playoff caliber.