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Allen Eagles are the 5A Division 1 Texas State Champions 2 years in a row

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On Saturday December 21, 2013 the Allen Eagles dominated the Pearland Oilers 63 – 28 inside the AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas to close out the high school football season during the 5A Division I Texas State Championship Game, becoming the first team to score over 60 points in a Texas title game. A Texas record breaking amount of 54,347 football fans watched as the Eagles became the sixth team in state history to hold the Texas State Champion title two years in a row. Out of the almost 250 5A football teams in Texas, the Allen Eagles were the only team to remain undefeated this season (16-0) by extending their winning streak to 27 consecutive games and completing the first undefeated season in the school’s history.

Kyle Murray obtained the Offensive MVP of the football game for the second year in a row, throwing 280 yards with an 11 – 14 completion rate and four touchdowns and rushing for 188 yards. Chad Adams and Jaelen Barlow each scored two touchdowns while Cole Carter and Jalen Guyton had two TD catches. Jaylon Jones along with Cory Miller each contributed interceptions, Christian Sam of Allen was the one that clutched the Defensive MVP of the football game.

While MaxPreps has the Eagles ranked number 1 out of the ‘Texas Top 25 High School Football Rankings’, USA Today ranks the Allen Eagles as the number 2 in the 'National High School Football Ranking' for the 2013 season. The new Allen Eagles football stadium, completed in 2012, that ran a bit over $59 million and can seat 18,000 fans is an amazing place for this great Texas football team to call home in Collin County.

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