The Lockney Longhorns are continuing to build their program in coach Jay Ragland’s second season at the helm.
The Ralls Jackrabbits Begin the 2014 season hungry to improve on their area playoff run, and District Championship last season.
The Amherst Bulldogs have gotten quite used to winning capturing their 5th straight district title last season.
The Anton Bulldogs enter 2014 Looking to build on their playoff run from a year ago.
If, indeed, Coach Seth Parr gets the Coronado job, Mustang fans can only hope he has the impact on his school that Jason Strunk has had on Lubbock High.
Back on April 21st, former Coronado head coach Kent Jackson announced he was leaving to take the head job at Seminole. Just about 3 weeks later it appears the search is over.
One of the top players for the Coronado Mustangs, Robert Lee made his decision to play junior college ball for Wranglers of Cisco Junior College.
Yesterday the UIL announced their new districts for the State of Texas and we saw the Lubbock ISD schools split into three different districts.
Over the past couple of days the Associated Press has released their All-State Football selections for the 2013 season.
playoffs, after outstanding runs to the State Quarterfinals.
For the 2nd time in three weeks we had some Monday Night Football involving our area High School Teams in the State Playoffs. This time its for the Regional Championship, and for the Cooper Pirates they would have to get through the juggernaut known as the Stephenville Yellow Jackets.
The Shallowater Mustangs were hoping for a better result that their 2-3A neighbors, against Graham in Sweetwater.
The Red Raiders will get back to practice on Wednesday and have 18 days until they suit it up against the Sun Devils. By that time we will have new State Champions at all levels of the high school ranks, weather permitting of course.
Friday night was set to be a big night for several of our area teams looking to advance in the state high school football playoffs, but for the 2nd time in 3 weeks weather played a major factor in changing up schedules.
The Shallowater Mustangs are coming off of a 35-26 win over the Vernon Lions to get to state quarterfinals for the first time in three seasons.
The Cooper Baseball team had quite a year last year advancing to the State Semi-Finals and beating the Stephenville Yellow Jackets to do so, well here we are, seven months later but this time it’s with that brown ball that bounces funny.
The Thanksgiving holiday is always jam packed full of football and a few of our area teams are giving their fans a head start.
The area round of the playoffs will finally come to a conclusion tonight when Bangs and Denver City clash down in San Angelo, and although that is the longest that any games got delayed, it was certainly not the only one.
Monday Night Football came to West Texas last night. No, there's no Tirico or Gruden, but this was Monday Night Football playoff style.
Seagraves went up north on Monday night to Amarillo to take on the unbeaten Gruver Greyhounds.
This cold blast has taken its toll on the high school football playoffs, with postponements taking place all over the South Plains, but some teams were able to play on Friday night, like Wall and Idalou playing in Midland.
The Post Antelopes in Big Spring this evening taking on Sonora.
The Sudan Hornets were taking on Wellington, the top team in the state, up in Canyon this afternoon.
A pair of 1A schools trying to get their games in before the weather hit up in Amarillo this afternoon as the Ralls Jackrabbits took on Booker.
Due to severe weather, several high school football playoff matchups have been postponed or moved.
The cold front is wreaking havoc on the playoff schedule of several of our area high school’s, sending teams scrambling for places to play, trying to avoid the weather.
Sundown made quick work of the Windthorst Trojans in Sweetwater on Thursday night, getting the 28-7 win.
The Farwell Steers fought off the cold and the Irish this evening advancing past Shamrock with a 31-12 Victory.
So often in sports we hear that you have to be hot going into the playoffs to have a chance to make a run, but that was not the case for the Estacado Matadors.
The High school football playoffs roll on this week with the Area round, and the Frenship Tigers come in on a roll after shutting out Amarillo Palo Duro 49-0.
When the Frenship Tigers and Palo Duro Dons met earlier this year the Tigers escaped with a 17-14 victory. This time around they were getting a healthy Palo Duro team, could they get the same result in this week's Ray-Lee Equipment game of the week.
Trying to continue that against Amarillo Highland Park this earlier this evening.
1st quarter Lopes struck first Royal Garrett rolling lobs it up to Baylor Smith, and just like the Bears this Baylor knows how to put it in The endzone, touchdown Abernathy 2pt conversion good 8-0 Lopes
Thanks again to Reagor Dykes for all of their support this year and congratulations to all of our heavy hitters. Rolling right along here, the New Deal Lions have been in the post season for 10 consecutive seasons, and this year they are on a mission to get to AT&T stadium
Find the finals here.
We had a night jam packed full of high school football playoff action on Thursday Night and it got started with the district 2-3A champion Shallowater mustangs taking on Dalhart.
Down to class 2A, the Slaton Tigers broke their 7 year playoff drought this year and traveled up to Canyon on Thursday night to take on the Bushland Falcons.
Idalou and Childress squared off in Abilene this evening, on Thursday night in the first round of the playoffs.
The Brownfield Cubs were taking on the Littlefield Wildcats at Plains Capital Park on Thursday night.
The Denver City Mustangs rolled through their regular season to the tune of a perfect 10-0 record but in the first round they had to take on perennial playoff team, the Muleshoe Mules.
Otlon went up North to take on Canadian on Thursday night up in Amarillo.
Down in 1A Hale Center was taking on Panhandle in Plainview.
It’s that time of year again, the high school football playoffs will get under way tomorrow night. As always, you can expect some great games, a little cold weather, and the Frenship Tigers will have a game.
Find the final scores here.
We start in 4-4A where coming into tonight it was Frenship and then a dog fight for the final three playoff spots. Two of them squaring off in this week's Raylee Equipment Game of the Week Its the annual Spurs game, its Lubbock High and Monterey, the cities oldest rivalry and its pretty much win and you're in
Well (monterey/lubbock high) have themselves in the playoffs now. Plainview just needs a win and they are in the playoffs, lose and its up to some tiebreakers. Its that simple. Oh and one caviat... They have to beat the undefeated district champion Frenship Tigers in their house.
Unfortunately, the Coronado Mustangs were eliminated from playoff contention a few weeks ago, as they dropped their first seven district games. But they played tough in every single one of them and had a chance to knock off one of the most prestigious high school programs in the state of Texas and send their seniors out the right way Taking on Mojo, the Permian Panthers out at Ratliff Stadium
The Estacado Matadors were trying to punch their ticket to the dance but they would need a win over a very good team ,or some help from Shallowater. We'll get to that in a minute, first up its the Matadors and Pirates
Its a match between Estacado and Levelland for that final playoff spot in 2-3A
The Slaton Tigers were fighting for a playoff birth with the Kermit Yellow Jackets in 2-2A Division I Winner gets the 4th seed in that district... Its do... Or die