Prairie View Interscholastic League Coaches Association
               "Remembering the Past With Pride"
                           PVIL State Championship Results
(Click the link for each sport to see results.)
Football
Basketball
Baseball
Track and Field (Boys)


NOTES

Basketball:
  • Houston Wheatley had the most championship game appearances with 15, and the most wins, 11.
  • Houston Yates won five of the first 10 PVIL 2A championships. However, after winning the title in 1949 -- 42-38 over San
    Antonio Wheatley -- Yates never won another PVIL championship.
  • In 1968, Houston Wheatley, coached by Collin Briggs, finished 36-0 and beat a largely white Thomas Jefferson High School
    team from Dallas 85-80 in overtime. It was the first year for integrated playoffs after the PVIL merged with the UIL.
  • Briggs coached the most PVIL championship teams, 11.
  • Emmitt J. Scott (Tyler) scored the most points in a championship game with 114 against Carthage Turner (90 points) in winning
    the 1968 3A title.
  • Beaumont-Hebert scored the fewest points, 15, in losing to Houston Yates (35 points) in the 1943 game.
  • Houston Wheatley had the most consecutive championships, winning six straight from 1950-1955.


Track and Field (Boys):
Houston Worthing's Cliff Branch was the
state sprint champion in 1966 and 1967 and
was the first schoolboy in Texas history to
run the 100-yard dash in 9.3 seconds.