Westbrook and Strawn win Texas 6-Man high school football championships

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Westbrook edged May 72-66 for the Texas Class 1A Division I 6-man high school football championship Wednesday at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. The game came down to the final play.

With :11 seconds to go, May had the ball deep in Westbrook territory with a chance to win it. Blake Harrell’s pass to Kaysen King fell incomplete giving Westbrook its first-ever state title.

Strawn won its third state title in five years by beating Motley County 73-28 in the 1A Division II 6-man championship game.

After falling behind early, Strawn ripped-off 36 straight points to win the school’s fifth overall state title.

Related: 2021 Texas high school football championship schedule at AT&T Stadium

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