It's over. Officially.
After a frantic final weekend of playoff football action, the entire slate of high school state championships has been handed out. In the end, a team from Kentucky which finished playing football weeks ago was deemed the nation's most impressive in the final RivalsHigh 100 rankings, though other squads made late pushes, including a pair of Texas champions. Here's how the biggest of the weekend's state title games shook out:
• No. 4 Austin (Texas) Lake Travis 22, Waco (Texas) Midway 7: It's pretty stinking hard to win a state title in Texas, the nation's most storied state of prep football. It's even harder to win two in a row. Five in a row? That can seem downright impossible, yet it happened on Saturday, when Central Texas power Lake Travis rolled to a win against Waco Midway in Cowboys Stadium. If there was any question that Lake Travis knew just how big an accomplishment that was, just check out the reactions in the video below.