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.

2016 (Eagle Stadium, Allen, Texas)

Allen Eagles 25 vs. Hoover Alabama Buccaneers 7
The #1 team in Texas beat the #1 team in Alabama thanks to a tremendous defensive effort and 3 FG's by Michael Ewton

Argyle Eagles 33 vs. Lovejoy Leopards 21
Lovejoy pulled within six, 27-21, with 5:04 to go, but Argyle ran nine plays and ate up 4:21 to ice the game on Don Williams' 3rd TD.

2017 (Eagle Stadium, Allen, Texas)

Allen Eagles 23 vs. Cedar Hill Longhorns 8
Allen held only a 271-266 yardage edge, but used 2 end zone INT's and a safety to keep Cedar Hill at bay. Grant Tisdale threw a TD and ran for another to pace Allen.

Argyle Eagles 42 vs. Lovejoy Leopards 21
Argyle used a 21-0 scoring edge in the 2nd quarter to break open a 21-14 game. Jon Copeland threw for 263 yards and 3 TD's to lead Argyle.

2018 (Eagle Stadium, Allen, Texas)

Allen Eagles 40 vs. Mesquite Horn 0
Allen's defense was suffocating, limiting Mesquite Horn to 103 yards of total offense. Allen's offense eclipsed 200 by halftime.

Lovejoy 42 vs. Frisco Heritage 26
A young Heritage team hung tough, but running back Jahi Rainey gave Lovejoy too much to overcome with 281 yards rushing and 3 TD's.

2019 (Eagle Stadium, Allen, Texas)

Allen Eagles 41 vs. Cedar Hill Longhorns 28
Raylen Sharpe, starting his first varsity game at QB, threw for 270 yards and ran for 118 to lead Allen over a stout Cedar Hill squad.

Colleyville Heritage Panthers 13 Lovejoy Leopards 10
Junior RB Braxton Ash ran for 183 yards on 32 carries and helped Heritage control the time of possession in this defensive battle.