Azle High School features four sets of twins on varsity football team


It can be a very touching moment when we see brothers suit up to play football on the same field.  This past Super Bowl featured for the first time ever, brothers facing off against one another with Jason Kelce’s Eagles taking on Travis Kelce’s Chiefs.

Brothers suiting up for the same team makes for a really memorable season, and we have that right now in Azle!  But for the Hornets, they’ve turned things up a notch.

Suiting up on the varsity football team this year are four sets of twin brothers!  ead coach Devin Dorris told NBC DFW, “We haven't had four sets of twins in any way shape or form ever, but to have four sets of twins on one varsity team is quite remarkable.”

The twins include Bradyn and Bryan Rager, Austin and Adam May, Cash and Case Moore, and Dillon and Dalton Dorris.  (Cash was out sick when NBC DWF visited the team)

Azle takes on Northwest High School next, as the twins look to turn around the Hornets’ 1-4 start to the season.

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