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We here at VNN are doing a feature for our national media site highlighting the toughest places to play in all of high school sports and we want to hear from YOU what Stadium/Field/Gym/Course/Venue is the toughest to play and why? Loading… Be on the lookout for the final feature coming soon on!   Presented by:

Getting Ready for District!

Arlington TX —  Your Seguin Cougars have been hard at work getting back to the basics after a 27-17 loss to O.D. Wyatt in week 3.   With a bye week following the Wyatt game, the Cougs have had a week to get healthy and tweak items that a busy game week does not always allow. 

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Cougs get the W over Bryan Adams

Arlington TX — Your Cougars celebrated their first win of the season last Friday night with a 20-6 win over Bryan Adams High School and Head Coach Joe Gordon’s first victory as a high school head coach. Offensively the Cougars were led by junior quarterback Reggie Tubbs who was 16 of 23 with 1 touchdown

Week 1

Mesquite TX – Things did not exactly go as planned for your Seguin Cougars last Friday night against the North Mesquite Wranglers.  Your Cougars fell 40-7, but even in defeat there were bright spots.  Coach Joe Gordon was excited that “Not a single player quit. They played tough every down and all four quarters.”   Evan

Scrimmage Action

Arlington TX – Friday, Aug. 25, week zero for Texas high school football teams around the state, your Seguin Cougars met up with neighbor Sam Houston High at Wilemon Stadium for a little Friday night lights action. The night started with sub-varsity teams taking the field, and for some it was their first taste of

Parents Night and Team Captains

Arlington TX South Side —  Thursday night, August 24, Seguin’s football coaching staff hosted a couple hundred guests for dinner.  Players and parents were encouraged to come to the new Multipurpose Activity Center for dinner and to meet the coaches.   Parents and guests who had not yet seen the MAC did so while enjoying burgers

Football Tickets

Seguin Nation, Football tickets will go on sale the week of the game.  You can purchase tickets at the AISD Athletic office from 8am-4pm Monday-noon on game day.  The athletic office address is 1141 W. Pioneer Parkway, Suite 100, Arlington, Texas 76013.  Or you can purchase online at The link will be the same each