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Sport Dallas high school athletes could be featured in Texas sports awards program

23:30  16 april  2021
23:30  16 april  2021 Source:   usatoday.com

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Dallas High School Sports Awards © USA TODAY NETWORK Dallas High School Sports Awards

The USA TODAY High School Sports Awards program is the biggest high school sports recognition program in the country with more than 65 regional and state shows happening in 2021.

Dallas athletes may be featured this year as part of the state program. The Texas High School Sports Awards winners will be announced July 15 on the award website.

Viewers can find honorees from various regions, including the national honorees and winners at sportsawards.usatoday.com. For more information, email sportsawards@usatoday.com.

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