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Celina Texas Facts

The Celina High School Football team is known as one of the most successful programs in Texas, with a UIL record eight state titles and a sixty-eight game winning streak. The Bobcats were the subject of the documentary The Power, Passion and Glory. Celina won state football championships in 1974 (co-championship with Big Sandy High School, one of the all-time dominant teams), 1995, 1998–2001, 2005, and 2007. The Celina High School Baseball team has been successful as well, making the playoffs many times and winning the state championship in 2002. In 2010, Kenny Chesney wrote a song called The Boys of Fall. Part of the music video, having to do with high school football, shot scenes of Celina.

Celina is undergoing rapid growth. Having never before had any kind of retail chain other than 2 fuel stations and a small Chevrolet dealership, Celina saw a Sonic restaurant completed in 2003. In October 2005, Brookshire's broke ground for construction of a new grocery store, where for 18 months prior only a sign had stood announcing the "future home" in the cow pasture at the corner of Preston Road and County Road 91. A McDonald's restaurant opened in October 2011. Since 1999, much of the country land has tripled in price.