Sporting Events in Highlands

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A coalition of ice arenas endorsed by the Dallas Stars, Dr Pepper StarCenters help nurture athletes of all ages and skill levels with activities on or off the ice. Dr Pepper StarCenters house NHL-regulation ice-hockey rinks that host hockey leagues for players of all ages, eradicating the need to play on dangerous frozen lakes dotted with irritable frozen geese. StarCenters' skate academies instill students with the fundamentals of ice hockey or figure skating, allowing them to progress to hockey leagues and local skating competitions if they choose. To warm up after laps around the Euless ice rink, skaters can check out the onsite baseball stadium, batting cages, soccer fields, and Texas Star Golf Course. All locations are open for birthday parties and special events; see each location's website for details.

6993 Stars Ave.
McKinney,
TX
US

For a team named the Revolution, Texas's Indoor Football League squad has undergone a fitting number of changes. After spending 10 years in the now-defunct af2 league as the Arkansas Twisters, the team migrated to the Lone Star State in 2011, carrying hitchhikers on their backs along the way and becoming the Allen Wranglers. In 2013, the franchise adopted its current name while remaining in Allen, where it continues to draw standout prospects from many of the region's colleges, including the University of Texas, Texas Christian University, and the University of Oklahoma.

200 E Stacy Rd.
Allen,
TX
US

The Texas Legends, the sole minor league affiliate of the Dallas Mavericks.

Owned by Donnie Nelson ~ GM for the Dallas Mavs & Evan Wyly of Green Mountain Energy. Spud Webb as President of Basketball Operations & Nancy Lieberman as head coach.

Dr Pepper Arena 2601 Avenue of the Stars Suite 300
Frisco,
TX
US

We are an NAHL team that offers a brand of hockey that is family friendly, fast-paced and high in scoring!

2601 Avenue Of The Stars
Frisco,
TX
US

Sponsored by Dr. Pepper, the Dallas Cup XXXII excites audiences by providing a soccer showcase for the world’s most talented youth players. Over the course of seven days, teams from seven age groups will compete for a Dallas Cup championship with the hopes of etching their name in tournament history, leaving with international bragging rights and increased odds for future hacky sack careers. Delight in the family-friendly atmosphere of Pizza Hut Park while future soccer stars pass, dribble, and headball paneled orbs past the outstretched arms of leaping goalies and overzealous parents. Several games will be decided on each day of the tournament, and fans can consult the schedule to see when games will be played.

9200 World Cup Way
Frisco,
TX
US

This season the Dallas Vigilantes Area Football Club spars against nine other Arena Football League 2010 playoffs qualifiers. And did we mention we have Vigilante dancers? We do.

5208 Tennyson Pkwy
Plano,
TX
US