No. 2 Westlake wins third straight Texas high school football championship

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Westlake High School sent head coach Todd Dodge into retirement with a third straight high school football championship and a 40-game win streak.

Saturday night, at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, Westlake, ranked No. 2 in the next-to-last High School Football America 100, powered by NFL Play Football, beat Denton Guyer 40-21 for the Class 6A Division II championship. The Chaparrals trailed 14-13 at the half and 21-20 in the third quarter.

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Clemson-bound Cade Klubnik closed out his scholastic career completing 14-for-21 passes for 280 yards with four touchdowns. He also ran for 60.

Dodge retires with seven overall Texas high school football championships. He won four as the head coach at Southlake Carroll.

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