Texas 7-on-7 state championship field is set

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While winning a Texas 7-on-7  summer championship doesn’t mean a state title in the fall, the last two Division I champs have advanced the the Class 6A Division I championship games.  2016 7-on-7 champ The Woodlands lost to Lake Travis in December, while 2015 Division I champ Westlake lost to North Shore in the 2015 6A Division I title game.

This year’s 7-on-7 championships will be played this weekend in College Station with the Division II championship being played on Friday and the Division I championship on Saturday.

Below are the 128 teams that have qualified for the tournament.

Texas 7 on 7 Division I Teams

  1. Abilene
  2. All Saints (Fort Worth)
  3. ​AM Consolidated
  4. Arlington
  5. Birdville
  6. Bush (Fort Bend)
  7. Cedar Park
  8. Cedar Ridge (Round Rock)
  9. ​Central (San Angelo)
  10. Cinco Ranch (Katy)
  11. Clear Brook
  12. College Station
  13. Cooper (Abilene)
  14. ​Coppell
  15. Coronado (El Paso)
  16. Coronado (Lubbock)
  17. Corsicana
  18. Cy Creek
  19. Cy Fair
  20. Cy Ranch
  21. ​Del Valle
  22. DeSoto
  23. Dickinson
  24. East View (Georgetown)
  25. ​Eastlake (El Paso)
  26. Eaton (Haslet)
  27. Edinburg North
  28. Foster (Richmond)
  29. Georgetown
  30. Hebron
  31. Hutto
  32. Jacksonville
  33. Katy
  34. Klein
  35. Lake Travis
  36. Lamar (Arlington)
  37. ​Lamar (Houston)
  38. Longview
  39. Lovejoy
  40. Lufkin
  41. Manvel
  42. Marshall
  43. Mercedes
  44. Montgomery
  45. O’Connor (San Antonio)
  46. Pearland
  47. Pioneer (Mission)
  48. Plano
  49. Poteet (Mesquite)
  50. Prestonwood (Plano)
  51. ​Rowe (McAllen)
  52. St. Pius X (Houston)
  53. The Colony
  54. ​The Woodlands
  55. Timberview (Mansfield)
  56. United (Laredo)
  57. Wakeland (Frisco)
  58. Waxahachie
  59. West Brook (Beaumont)
  60. West Mesquite
  61. Weslaco
  62. Westwood (Round Rock)
  63. Whitehouse
  64. Wilson (Dallas)

Texas 7 on 7 Division II Teams

  1. Alpine
  2. Andrews
  3. Anna
  4. Argyle
  5. Bay City
  6. Boerne
  7. Bonham
  8. Brazosport
  9. Brock
  10. Brownwood
  11. Cameron
  12. ​Canton
  13. ​Carthage
  14. Celina
  15. China Spring
  16. Crandall
  17. Cuero
  18. Deweyville
  19. Dublin
  20. East Bernard
  21. El Campo
  22. Estacado (Lubbock)
  23. Fairfield
  24. Falls City
  25. Gatesville
  26. Giddings
  27. Gilmer
  28. Glen Rose
  29. Goliad
  30. Graham
  31. Hardin-Jefferson
  32. Heritage (Midlothian)
  33. ​Hidalgo
  34. Hitchcock
  35. Kaufman
  36. Levelland
  37. Lexington
  38. Liberty
  39. Lorena
  40. ​Melissa
  41. Mexia
  42. Mineral Wells
  43. Navasota
  44. Needville
  45. ​Palestine
  46. Pecos
  47. ​Pleasant Grove
  48. Pleasanton
  49. Rio Hondo
  50. Rockdale
  51. Salado
  52. San Augustine
  53. Shepherd
  54. Somerset
  55. Sonora
  56. ​Springtown
  57. Stafford
  58. Stephenville
  59. Sweeny
  60. ​Sweetwater
  61. Wellington
  62. ​West
  63. Wimberley
  64. Wylie (Abilene)

Teams advance to the tournament through region state qualifying tournaments.

Past Texas 7 on 7 Division I Champs

2016 – The Woodlands

2015 – Westlake

2014 – Katy Sevens Lakes

2013 – Southlake Carroll

2012 – Plano

2011 – DeSoto

2010 – Lake Travis

2009 – Round Rock Stony Point

2008 – Richland

2007 – Georgetown

Past Texas 7 on 7 Division II Champs

2016 – Kaufman

2015 – Navasota

2014 – Graham

2013 – Graham

2012 – Celina

2011 – Melissa

2010 – Brownwood

2009 – Celina

2008 – Crane

2007 – Celina

1998-2006 all teams competed in one division

2006 – Colleyville Heritage

2005 – Baytown Lee

2004 – Tyler Lee

2003 – Odessa Permian

2002 – Katy Cinco Ranch

2001 – Baytown Lee

2000 – Celina

1999 – North Mesquite

1998 – Southlake Carroll

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