• Frost knocks off Hubbard 42-14 in district openerFrost knocks off Hubbard 42-14 in district opener

    HUBBARD – The Frost Polar Bears overcame a shaky first half en route to 42-14 win over the Hubbard Jaguars in a District 10-2A Div. II opener for both teams. 

    After falling behind, throwing two interceptions, and muffing a punt, Frost (4-2, 1-0) took the lead with 1:58 in the second quarter. Caleb Curl sacked Hubbard QB Logan Morris on a fourth-and-two play at the Frost 46-yard line for a three-yard loss. Three plays later Bears tailback Preston Lane ran up the middle for a 4-yard touchdown and a 14-7 lead going into halftime.

  • Jr. High Football game schedule
    Jr. high game this week will be at 5:30 vs Hubbard on Thursday the 12th
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  • Frost stays perfect with 55-22 romp over ItascaFrost stays perfect with 55-22 romp over Itasca

    FROST — The Frost Polar Bears move to 3-0 on their Homecoming with a 55-22 win against Itasca (0-3).  Frost ran for 323 yards and passed for 156 yards en route to their victory.  All of the Bears passing yards came in the first half.

    Frost took the opening kickoff and began an eleven play drive that consumed 5:08 off the clock.  QB Antoni Alvarado's 2-yard run capped the drive for the early lead, 7-0.

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     The Science Fair projects start this week and the fair is Dec. 14

  • Frost hammers Ranger 53-8
    Corsicana Daily Sun

    Stretching after a two hour bus ride to Ranger, 6’1, 300 lb. OL/DL Caleb Curl swung a large mallet in the south end zone of O.C. Warden Stadium bubbly telling any other player or manager who would listen, “I love football, man.  I do. I love football!” Curl’s love of the game helped him and the other Frost Polar Bears (2-0) to 53-8 victory over Ranger (1-1). 

  • Frost opens season with 42-18 romp over Cross Roads

    MAlAKOFF --- Frost waited an extra 30 minutes beyond their 7:30 scheduled start to charge out of their tunnel and kickoff the 2017 season.  It was worth the wait.  The Polar Bears (1-0) dominance on special teams with time consuming offensive drives propelled them to a 42-18 victory over the Cross Roads Bobcats (0-1).

     On the fourth play from scrimmage, Bears running back Preston Lane cut up the middle behind a wedge opened by offensive linemen Colton Ward, Waylon Watson, and Alex Cabrerra for a 21-yard touchdown run and a 7-0 lead.