Brock Eagle Football
Brock ISD added football to its extracurricular program in 2011. The program started at the junior high of that same year. In 2012, Brock played a high school schedule as a Junior Varsity team, though the team did win games over two varsity opponents. In 2013, though not eligible for postseason play, the team played a full varsity schedule going 8-2. In 2014 Brock joined a district and finished 12-2, advancing to the state quarterfinals. In only their second UIL eligible season in 2015, the team went 16-0, winning the Class 3A, Division I State Championship defeating Cameron Yoeman 43-33. The Eagles averaged 55.5 points and allowed 9.8 points per game that season.
2014, 2015, 2016, 2018