District 11-6A will have two teams, Duncanville and DeSoto, that have won back-to-back football state titles in Class 6A, plus regional finalists Cedar Hill and Lancaster, and a strong Waxahachie team. With top recruits like Duncanville's Dakorien Moore and Kevin Ford Jr., this district is loaded with star power.

Why It Matters

This realignment sets up highly competitive districts in the D-FW area, with several top teams and star recruits, promising intense matchups and potential upsets throughout the season.

By the Numbers
  • District 10-6A had a combined record of 59-27 and won 68.6% of its games.
  • District 4-6A had a combined record of 68-36 and won 65.4% of its games.
State of Play
  • District 11-6A features powerhouse teams and top recruits, making it one of the most competitive districts in the area.
  • Other districts, like 10-6A and 4-6A, also boast strong records and high winning percentages, setting the stage for intense competition.
What's Next

The intense competition in these districts will likely lead to thrilling matchups, highlight-reel plays, and the emergence of new stars in the high school football circuit.

Bottom Line

The realignment has created high-stakes districts in the D-FW area, setting the stage for an action-packed and star-studded high school football season.