Hey there and welcome to your week five edition of the West Texas Chevy Dealers Friday Night blitz, and we continued tonight in class-a division 2 and the Ralls Jackrabbits are rolling right along this season holding a 4-1 record looking to get in one final tune-up before they begin district play against, Segraves next week.
Sudan Hornets on the road to take on the Smyer Bobcats.
The Lorenzo Hornets trying to get back on the winning track after their loss to Hart last week.
Hey there and thanks for watching us into your week five edition of the west Texas Chevy Dealers Friday Night Blitz, and its time for us to hand out our Reagor Dykes Heavy Hitter for this week.
We are about half way through the high school football season most teams in our area have played at least half of their schedule getting ready for district play.
PLANO , Texas, Oct. 2, 2013 – Six Texas high school football stars have been recognized during Week 4 of the “Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football Player of the Week” program.
The Red Raider football team wrapped up their bye week last week; many area high school teams are getting theirs this week, having reached the half way point of their season.
The Cooper Pirates are on their bye week this week after finishing their non-conference slate with a 4-1 record.
The Lubbock High Westerners played a Saturday afternoon game against Andrews; a team who gave LHS its first win in 2012.
The bulldogs coming in ranked at #23 in the state this afternoon, always a tough test for the matadors.
Well the Shallowater Mustangs have been rolling through their non-district slate this year coming off a 48-7 drubbing of Dalhart last Friday night, but things would get a little bit tougher tonight in this week's Ray-Lee Equipment game of the week.
The Cooper Pirates trying to go into their bye week with a win.
The Seminole Indians hosting the Big Spring Steers tonight.
Crosbyton and Floydada squaring off tonight up in Floyd county.
The Ralls Jackrabbits got off to a 3-1 start but had a tough game tonight with the Springlake-Earth Wolverines.
And now we drop down to 2a division 2 and the post antelopes trying to rebound from their tough loss last week against Canadian.
San Jacito headed to Lubbock Christian High School today.
Wilson visited Christ The King earlier today.
The Coronado Mustangs are right in the thick of their district play, after opening up against two of the district favorites.
Fellow 4-4A bunk mate Plainview was up in Dumas tonight.
The Snyder Tigers looked for their first win having dropped their first four games by a combined nine points. Now, on one hand it's been a rough start to the season for coach Sims and company, but at the same time they are a play in each game away from being 4-0.
Welcome back into the week four edition of the West Texas Chevy Dealers Friday Night Blitz and it's time to hand out our Reagor Dykes Heavy Hitter for week four.
Well, the Frenship Tigers got a big non-district win last week against Amarillo High, and looked to finish off a perfect non-district record tonight against the Palo Duro Dons. The Dons always provide a tough test.
It has been a long off week for the Lubbock High Westerners after dropping their game against the Cooper Pirates to fall to 0-3 on the season.
Last night out at Lowerey Field at Plains Capital Park, the Monterey Plainsmen looked for their first win of the season, but had a tough test with the Caprock Longhorns in town.
The Monterey Plainsmen have been struggling a bit so far this season, but saw some signs of improvement in last weeks game against Randall. They were trying to carry those over tonight and notch a win against Caprock.
Tomorrow afternoon out at Lowrey Field the Estacado matadors will finally get their first chance to experience all the nice, new amenities of Plains Capital Park.
This Friday night it will already be week four of the high school football season as the Frenship Tigers will look to move to complete their perfect non-district record against Amarillo Palo Duro.
Levelland Head Coach Jared Sanderson has his team at 3-1 on the season after a big five-overtime win over Brownfield last week 40-34.
Head Coach Max Kattwinkel and his Lubbock Cooper Pirates are quite familiar with close games.
We drop down to 2-A where we had several good match-ups starting with a couple of programs that always have championship aspirations, as Abernathy played their home opener tonight against Canadian.
Plainview was still looking for their first win as they visited Caprock tonight.
Seminole ventured to Midland this evening to take on the Midland Christian Mustangs.
We are only four weeks into the season and the Coronado Mustangs are already in the thick of district play, falling to a very good San Angelo Central team, and now they have to turn right around and play Coach Todd Moebus' equally talented Abilene Cooper Cougars; a tall task down at Shotwell Stadium this evening.
District 2-2A Division 2 foe, Floydada hosted the Childress Bobcats tonight and the Bobcats came out firing.
Coach Jared Sanderson and company got off to a 2-1 start out in Levelland as they hosted Brownfield tonight.
Staying in district 2-3A, the Shallowater Mustangs have been an offensive juggernaut so far this season, averaging over 57 points per game in their 3-0 start...
The Lubbock Cooper Pirates won two in a row after dropping their opener by an all-to familiar one point; and tonight, they looked to avenge a loss from a year ago as they welcomed in Perryton.
Well Frenship's District 4-4A bunk mate Monterey, looked to get their first win of the season tonight. They struggled to get off to a fast start in any of their first three games, did that change tonight?
The Frenship Tigers have amassed a 25-3 record over the past 2-plus seasons, with their only regular season loss coming to the Amarillo High Sandies last year 21-12. But tonight, they tried to avenge that loss, in this week's Ray-Lee Equipment Game of the Week.
In week three's edition of the West Texas Chevy Dealers Friday Night Blitz, we awarded the Reagor Dykes Heavy Hitter for week three.
Much like the Texas Tech Receivers and their blocking, Coach Kent Jackson has instilled a relentless attitude in his Coronado Mustang football team.
Our Reagor-Dykes Heavy Hitter for week one is Sebastian Hartless from New Deal High School.