Tom Landry Classic History

2000 (Memorial Stadium - Mesquite, Texas)

Poteet Pirates - 27 vs. Ennis Lions - 19
The Pirate defense never allowed the #1 ranked Lions to get going. Ennis, however, went on to win the 4A State Championship.

Allen Eagles - 28 vs. North Mesquite Stallions - 14
Allen jumped out to a 28-0 lead via the deep passing game, and a dominant defense.

Lewisville Farmers - 14 vs. Mesquite Skeeters - 10
A defensive gem between two of the most physical teams in the Metroplex.

2001 (Memorial Stadium - Mesquite, Texas)

Ennis Lions - 31 vs. Poteet Pirates - 14
The Lions offense made big plays via the pass and run. Ennis went on to win a second straight 4A State Championship.

Allen Eagles - 19 vs. North Mesquite Stallions - 16
North Mesquite scored with just over a minute to go, but Allen hit a deep TD pass with just seconds remaining.

Mesquite Skeeters - 27 vs. Lewisville Farmers - 21 - IN OVERTIME
Lewisville came back to tie the game late and send it into OT before losing. Mesquite went on to win the 5A State Championship.

2002 (Ford Stadium - Dallas, Texas)

Garland Owls - 48 vs. DeSoto Eagles - 16
Garland used a dominating running game to put the game out of reach early.

Highland Park Scots - 55 vs. Stephenville Yellow Jackets - 42
A true offensive fireworks show. The two teams combined for almost 1,000 yards of offense.

2003 (Ford Stadium - Dallas, Texas)

DeSoto Eagles - 28 vs. Garland Owls - 12
DeSoto came #1 ranked, and scored all 28 points in the second half to pull away from the Owls.

Highland Park Scots - 45 vs. Stephenville Yellow Jackets - 27
Sophomore QB Matt Stafford came off the bench and threw 3 touchdown passes to lead the Scots to victory.

2004 (Ford Stadium - Dallas, Texas)

Allen Eagles - 31 vs. Mesquite Skeeters - 13
A 55-yard pass on the first play foreshadowed Allen's near perfect first half that concluded in a 24-0 halftime lead.

Denton Ryan Raiders - 21 vs. Highland Park Scots - 18
Senior quarterback Justin Willis threw for two TD's and ran for another as #2 in 5A beat #1 in 4A.

2005 (Ford Stadium - Dallas, Texas)

Allen Eagles - 12 vs. Mesquite Skeeters - 10
A defensive battle that wasn't decided until the final play when Mesquite couldn't stop the clock for a 37-yard field goal attempt.

Highland Park Scots - 40 vs. Denton Ryan Raiders - 14
Highland Park began their climb to the 4A State Championship with a dominating second half performance.

2006 (Ford Stadium - Dallas, Texas)

Garland Owls - 38 vs. Allen Eagles - 35
This offensive show produced almost 700 yards of offense, but it was Mladen Bjelica who won it with a 27-yd. FG on the last play.

Highland Park Scots - 59 vs. Waxahachie Indians - 23
The Scots began defense of their 2005 State Championship by setting a Tom Landry Classic scoring record.

2007 (Texas Stadium - Irving, Texas)

Allen Eagles - 21 vs. Garland Owls - 15
The Eagles returned Garland's first pass for a TD, and the offense showed big play capability with TD passes of 55 and 70.

Highland Park - 35 vs. Waxahachie - 13
The Scots needed just four offensive plays and a punt return to take a 19-0 first quarter lead, and cruised to a decisive victory.

2008 (Ford Stadium - Dallas, Texas)

Carroll Dragons - 35 vs. Plano West Wolves - 9
The Dragon defense was dominant all day, including a Tom Landry Classic record 55-yard interception return by Justin Agnew.

Highland Park - 45 vs. Red Oak - 26
Luke Woodley made his varsity debut throwing for a Tom Landry Classic record 5 TD's as the Scots earned a Texas high school record 700th win.

2009 (Ford Stadium - Dallas, Texas)

Carroll Dragons 49 vs. Plano West Wolves 20
MVP Tommy Avers broke a 14-14 game open with a 98-yard kick-off return, and a 73-yard run in the second qtr.

Highland Park Scots 30 vs. Red Oak Hawks 7
The Scots overcame 16 penalties, thanks in large part to back-up soph. RB Preston Miller’s 167 yards rushing.

2010 (Ford Stadium - Dallas, Texas)

Highland Park Scots - 27 vs. Everman Bulldogs - 21
Everman's pass into the end zone was just inches out of bounds, allowing the #2 team to beat the #1 team.

Allen Eagles - 33 vs. Cedar Hill Longhorns - 27
Allen's Alec Morris (235 yards and 2 TD passes) and Cedar Hill's Driphus Jackson (348 yards & 3 TD passes) dueled all night.

2011 (Ford Stadium - Dallas, Texas)

Highland Park Scots - 48 vs. Everman Bulldogs - 28
The Scots overcame an early deficit as Brady Burgin threw 4 touchdown passes

Allen Eagles - 28 vs. Cedar Hill Longhorns - 13
The state's #1 team held a powerful Longhorn offense to only 286 yards.

2012 (Ford Stadium - Dallas, Texas)

Aledo Bearcats - 31 vs. Highland Park Scots - 12
Aledo turned a 2-point halftime lead into a 19-point win with three Scots' turnovers and two goal-line stands in the second half.

Coppell Cowboys - 41 vs. Longview Lobos - 8
Coppell's offense opened the season hitting on all cylinders as they scored 31 points and amassed 410 yards in beating the Lobos.

2013 (Eagle Allen Stadium - Allen, Texas)

Aledo Bearcats 44 vs. Highland Park Scots 3
Aledo used a balanced attack on offense and a stingy Bearcat defense limited the powerful Scots' offense to 172 yards.

Coppell Cowboys 32 vs. Longview Lobos 24
Coppell used a 20 point 4th quarter to overcome a 24-12 deficit. The Cowboys rushed 41 times for 178 yards and 3 TD's.

2014 (Apogee Stadium-Denton, Texas & Ford Stadium - Dallas, Texas)

Allen Eagles 55 vs. Guyer Wildcats 41
Kyler Murray accounted for 500 yards and 6 TD's as Allen won a thriller in a match up of back-to-back State Champions.

Highland Park Scots 47 vs. Frisco Centennial Titans 0
QB Brady Burgin led a 27 point 2nd quarter outburst as the Scots cruised to a decisive victory. Burgin passed for 334 yards and 3 TD's. 2015(Eagle Stadium-Allen, Texas)

2015 (Eagle Stadium, Allen, Texas)

Allen Eagles 48 vs. Guyer Wildcats 16
Mitchell Jonke started his first varsity game and set a TLC recored for TD passes with 6 and the Allen pass rush overwhelming dominated all night.

Highland Park Scots 28 vs. Frisco Centennial Titans 26
Centennials' Anthony Pegues ran for a TLC record 304 yards, but HP successfully defended a 2-point conversion on the game's next to last play to win.

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