Chapel Hill thrives on being from the District of Doom
Tyler — It's the best name in the state.
That's because it's the toughest district in Texas.
The District of Doom produces state powers every season.
This one is no different.
Chapel Hill came of out that district to beat unbeaten Athens last week in the first round of the playoffs.
The Bulldogs are bullish about the experience they get from their district.
"Chapel Hill plays the best," said Chapel Hill quarterback Andrew Black. "The other teams are not playing against the District of Doom."
"We can compete against anybody," said Chapel Hill defensive lineman Rex Cicero. "We're competing with four of the top five teams in the state of Texas."
"It's called the District of Doom for a reason," said Chapel Hill coach Thomas Sitton. "It definitely helps you because you're playing playoff-caliber football teams week-in and week-out.