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  • UIL 100 Greatest Teams presented by H-E-B: 1977 Plano Wildcats

    In celebration of 100 years of UIL Texas high school football, the UIL, Dave Campbell’s Texas Football and H-E-B teamed up to honor the best, brightest and the most unforgettable teams in the sport’s illustrious history.

    We are proud to recognize Plano Senior High School and the 1977 Wildcat team who were selected by the fans as one of the top 10 greatest high school football teams in UIL history.

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  • Sport Event Protocols and Procedures

    Wrestling Protocols

    Track and Field Protocols 

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  • BASKETBALL PLAYOFF INFORMATION

    Plano East used full-court pressure to hound a solid Arlington Martin team into 19 turnovers in a convincing 50-40 victory in a Class 6A Region I quarterfinal Wednesday night at Skyline’s J.D. Mayo Gymnasium. The Panthers advance to the regional semifinal round to face the winner of Thursday’s Southlake Carroll vs. Keller Timber Creek game. See full story at Dallasnews.com

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  • PISD ATHLETIC FACILITIES SAFETY PROTOCOLS/ PROCEDURES

    The Plano ISD athletic department, campus athletic coordinators and licensed athletic trainers have put together the following Safety Protocols for our PISD Return to School, in accordance with University Interscholastic League​ (​UIL) guidelines. The purpose of this document is to provide safe instructions and protocols for all athletic activities during the school day as well as before and after school. The health and safety of our student athletes is our number one priority, and the following guidance is based on what is currently known about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

     RETURN TO SCHOOL PROTOCOLS FOR SEPTEMBER 9, 2020.

    HIGH SCHOOL PROTOCOLS

    MIDDLE SCHOOL PROTOCOLS

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  • Plano says goodbye to "Coach T"

    Matt Welch mwelch@starlocalmedia.com 

    From athletes to coaches, administrators and parents, there were plenty across the Plano ISD athletics community impacted by the news Friday on the passing of longtime Plano Senior assistant football coach Steve Thomas.

    Known as “Coach T” throughout the hallways of Plano’s eldest high school, Thomas coached for more than 50 years, including nearly 40 in PISD. At age 77, Thomas died Friday after experiencing trouble breathing that morning.

    Gerald Brence, former Plano ISD athletic director and Plano Senior head football coach

    “[Steve Thomas] was a funny guy, a great storyteller, had a great sense of humor and was so much fun to be around. When it comes to coaching, guys like him are what it’s all about.”

    Full story at PLANO STAR COURIER

     

     

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