Sports
Wednesday, December 24, 2014 - 9:09pm

 Jack Stallard is the Sports Editor of the Longview News-Journal.

KETK Sports Director Danny Elzner asked Stallard about his top plays of 2014.

Stallard said...

White Oak’s Pullen named district MVP

White Oak’s Pullen named district MVP

White Oak’s Jake Pullen earned overall Most Valuable Player honors, and state finalist Mineola picked up six superlatives with the release of the 2014 District 8-3A Division I All-District Football Team.
Division I All-District Football Team: Henderson’s Boles named MVP

Division I All-District Football Team: Henderson’s Boles named MVP

District champion and state semifinalist Henderson earned four superlatives — led by overall Most Valuable Player Zane Boles — with the release of the District 9-4A Division I All-District Football Team.
Gladewater’s Mack named 6-4A Division II All-District MVP

Gladewater’s Mack named 6-4A Division II All-District MVP

Gladewater’s Daylon Mack, an immovable force on defense who also did damage running the football, earned Most Valuable Player honors with the release of the District 6-4A Division II All-District Football Team.

Best plays of the 2014 high school football season

It's been a season full of great moments on the field. Every Friday Football Fever gave us incredible moments, and we've put together the best ones. Click above to check out this years best plays.

Phil Kuchinsky is live as Gilmer wins it all

KETK's Phil Kuchinsky was live in Arlington. Gilmer won the state championship Friday at AT&T Stadium. The Buckeyes finished unbeaten for the season.
Defense gives Buckeyes life in second half of state win

Defense gives Buckeyes life in second half of state win

Their offense has been highly touted, and rightfully so, but on Friday afternoon at AT&T Stadium, it was the “Black Flag” that flew the highest in Gilmer’s 35-25 win over West Orange-Stark in the Class 4A Division II state
Gilmer comes back to win 4A, Division II State Championship

Gilmer comes back to win 4A, Division II State Championship

The Gilmer Buckeyes put on show for high school football fans across the nation overcoming an 18-point deficit at halftime to come back and win the 4A - Division II Sate Championship Friday afternoon in Arlington, 35-25.

Mineola struggles at state title game

The Mineola Yellowjackets played their first-ever state championship game. It didn't start well.

Gilmer Buckeyes leave for Jerry World

The Gilmer Buckeyes left for Arlington Thursday. The unbeaten Bux will play friday at noon for the state championship.

Garrett Sanders is live from Mineola's state championship game in Arlington

KETK's Garrett Sanders was live at the home of the Cowboys. It's also the home of the state high school football championships.