FORNEY, Texas — North Forney High School’s football offense was the most improved in the state, according to data compiled by Dave Campbell’s TexasFootball.com.
Not only did North Forney rank No. 1 in Class 5A but, they also represented No. 1 across all classes in Texas high school football.
According to the data, North Forney, in 2016, scored 24.10 points per game and improved to 52.62 points per game in 2017 — an improvement of 28.52 points per game.
“A pretty diverse list, with North Forney making the biggest strides,” states the website. “New coach Randy Jackson brought his high-powered attack to NF, and QB Colby Suits helped take the Falcons to new heights.”
Only seven other teams improved their offensive output by more than 20 points per game.
For a complete list, more data, and to see how North Forney stacked up against the competition, visit: http://www.texasfootball.com/txhsfb-303-texas-high-school-footballs-improved-offenses-2017