Playoffs by the numbers

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Amarillo High makes its 58th appearance in the Texas high school playoffs. [John Moore/ Press Pass Sports]

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Amarillo High makes its unprecedented 58th appearance in the Texas High School state playoffs. The Sandies winning tradition started when they won four state championships from 1934-1940.

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The total number of Texas Panhandle schools that advanced to the UIL high school football playoffs this year through six classifications.

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Canadian has been a staple in the playoffs and number don’t lie. Canadian head coach Chris Koetting has won an incredible 33 postseason games, boasting a record of 33-7 in his ten seasons leading the Wildcats. During his tenure, Canadian has two Class 2A Division I state championships, played in three state title games and six state semifinals.

Head coach Chris Koetting has astounding 124-16 overall record in 10 seasons at Canadian.

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It’s been 22 years since Dumas has won a playoff game. The Demons last playoff win came in 1997 when they beat Snyder, 23-20, in a Class 5A bidistrict matchup. Ironically it’s the last time Dumas went undefeated during the regular season.

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Stratford will make its eighth straight trip to the UIL playoffs, however this number is a little deceiving. The Elks have made a home in the postseason, earning 20 trips in 21 years. During that span Stratford has won three state champions (2000, 2005, 2008).

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Midland Greenwood will be the fifth undefeated team Perryton has faced this year. Perryton played Dumas, Lubbock Estacado, Bushland and Canadian during the regular season.

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