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DISTRICT FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS
RACES INVOLVING PASADENA ISD TEAMS
1946 to PRESENT

  NOTE: Listed are the champions from those districts in which Pasadena ISD schools competed from 1946 to the present. The list does not include multiple champions for those seasons in which one of more teams tied for first place. The team listed as champion is the one that qualified for the playoffs, or the one that would have qualified for the championship under original UIL rules allowing only one team to advance.

  BEFORE 1946: Pasadena High began play in 1927 but did not compete in a district format until 1937. In 1937 and 1938, the Eagles completed in Class B. From 1939 through 1945, the Eagles competed in Class 1A. Both Class B and Class 1A were set up for smaller schools and only regional titles were awarded. Pasadena won a Class B district title in 1937 and reached the regional final. The Eagles won Class 1A district titles in 1940, 1943, 1944 and 1945 and reached the regional final in each of those years. The closest that Pasadena came to winning a regional championship was a scoreless tie against Nederland in 1944. In 1946, the Eagles entered the big school Class 2A ranks and immediately won a district title. In 1958, Pasadena reached the Class 4A state championship game and lost to Wichita Falls.

YEAR  DISTRICT  CHAMPION 
1946  14-2A PASADENA EAGLES
1947  14-2A  Baytown Lee 
1948  12-2A  Baytown Lee 
1949  12-2A  Galveston Ball 
1950  12-2A  Baytown Lee 
1951    8-4A  Baytown Lee 
1952    8-4A  Baytown Lee 
1953    8-4A  Port Arthur Jefferson 
1954    8-4A  Galveston Ball 
1955    8-4A  Baytown Lee 
1956  12-4A  Baytown Lee 
1957  12-4A  Galena Park 
1958  12-4A  PASADENA EAGLES
1959  12-4A  Texas City 
1960  12-4A  Galena Park 
1961  12-4A  Galena Park 
1962  10-4A (South Houston) Spring Branch 
  12-4A (Pasadena)    Galena Park  
1963   10-4A (South Houston)     Spring Branch 
  12-4A (Pasadena)     PASADENA EAGLES  
1964   10-4A (South Houston)     Spring Branch 
  12-4A (Pasadena)      Galena Park  
1965   10-4A (South Houston)     Spring Branch Memorial 
  12-4A (Pasadena)     Brazosport 
1966  12-4A  Brazosport  
1967  12-4A  Texas City  
1968  23-4A  SAM RAYBURN TEXANS  
1969  23-4A  Baytown Lee  
1970  23-4A  PASADENA EAGLES  
1971  23-4A  Houston Smiley  
1972  23-4A  SOUTH HOUSTON TROJANS  
1973  23-4A  DOBIE LONGHORNS  
1974  23-4A  Deer Park  
1975  23-4A  SOUTH HOUSTON TROJANS  
1976  23-4A  DOBIE LONGHORNS  
1977  23-4A  La Porte 
1978  23-4A La Porte 
1979  23-4A  La Porte 
1980  23-5A  SAM RAYBURN TEXANS  
1981  23-5A  DOBIE LONGHORNS  
1982  23-5A  Baytown Sterling 
1983  23-5A  Baytown Sterling 
1984  23-5A  DOBIE LONGHORNS 
1985  23-5A  DOBIE LONGHORNS 
1986  23-5A  Deer Park 
1987  23-5A  DOBIE LONGHORNS 
1988  23-5A  La Porte 
1989  23-5A  Deer Park 
1990  23-5A  Galveston Ball 
1991  23-5A  Clear Lake 
1992  23-5A  Galveston Ball 
1993  23-5A  Galveston Ball 
1994  23-5A  Deer Park 
1995  23-5A  Deer Park 
1996  23-5A  PASADENA EAGLES 
1997  23-5A  DOBIE LONGHORNS 
1998  23-5A  DOBIE LONGHORNS 
1999  23-5A  DOBIE LONGHORNS 
2000  22-5A  Kingwood 
2001  22-5A  Humble 
2002  22-5A  Humble 
2003  22-5A  North Shore 
2004  23-5A  North Shore 
2005  23-5A  North Shore 
2006  22-5A  North Shore 
2007  22-5A  North Shore 
2008  22-5A  Pearland 
2009  22-5A  PASADENA MEMORIAL MAVERICKS  
2010 22-5A  DOBIE LONGHORNS 
2011 22-5A  Deer Park 
2012 22-5A  Manvel 
2013  22-5A Manvel
2014  22-6A  Manvel 
2015  22-6A
Pearland 
2016  22-6A  La Porte 

  FIRST SEASON OF VARSITY FOOTBALL
  Pasadena: 1927
  South Houston: 1958
  Sam Rayburn: 1964
  Dobie: 1969
  Pasadena Memorial: 2004

  TOTAL DISTRICT TITLES
  Dobie: 10
  Pasadena: 9
  Sam Rayburn: 2
  South Houston: 2
  Pasadena Memorial: 1