Odessa High defensive back made two big time plays in the Bronchos 45-7 win.
The Owls went 2-3 on the road last year, but could they improve that record the first game of the season in 2014?
Braves offense shines versus Crane
With 12 returning starters, can Coach Arick Heredia lead Kermit to a week 1 victory?
Fort Stockton is 1-0 in 2014.
Odessa High got off to a fast start in 2014, winning 45-7 over Monterey.
Can the Bulldogs open the season with a win over the Rangers?
You like to have that big jump for the first game, see our execution level rise. - Midland High Football Coach, Craig Yenzer
Len Hayward of the MRT tells you why this could be Grady's year.
Len Hayward of the MRT breaks down the teams and where he thinks they'll wind up.
Len Hayward of the MRT gives you his thoughts on 4A in the Permian Basin.
Len Hayward of the MRT gives you his inside analysis.
"What I’m striving for this year is to get the most out of these boys" - Midland Trinity Head Coach, Antwan Alexander
Lamesa Quarterback Roger Martin Jr. says the team has will show more intensity and a lot more effort from both sides of the football, offense and defense.
Midland High hopes to bounce back and make 2014 a playoff year.
Midland Lee has a new quarterback but the same big time goals in 2014.
With plenty of experience returning on defense, Odessa High wants to go even farther in the playoffs in 2014.
A new offensive coordinator and a different mindset has Permian thinking big in 2014.
Borden County's young talent looks to win another district title.
Grady has all twelve of its starters returning from last year. Do the wildcats have what it takes to win district?
"Hopefully we don’t get in a situation where we lose due to poor execution in the special teams" - Garden City Head Coach, Matt Odom
"If you come out here, we take care of each other. The community takes care of us and in turn we take care of them" - 1st Year Fort Davis Head Coach, Seth Nolan
McCamey is in year two of the John Fellows era.
Forsan looks to make a deep run in the playoffs in 2014.
Coahoma has a new defense and a new mindset this Fall.
Fort Stockton hopes the experience coming back will help in 2014.
The Cowboys look to make 2014 another successful season.
A huge problem last year with the Shorthorns was conditioning, but Coach Jeff Jones has these boys in shape for this season.
Iraan looks to go farther in the playoffs in 2014, then 2013.
"You can have the greatest schemes and everything else but without experience, most guys can't perform well. - Seminole Head Coach, Kent Jackson
3rd Year Head Coach Ralph Mason says the kids believe in his system and the Mustangs will make some noise this season.
Crane looks to have another successful season with a new starting quarterback.
Rankin looks to make 2014 another successful season.
Pecos Head Football Coach Chris Henson believes the Eagles offense has a chance to be one of the best in the district this year.
Reagan County looks to make the playoffs in 2014.
Wink looks to make another playoff run in 2014.
Balmorhea Running Back Isiah Mendoza says the team's strength is their brotherhood, the squad is very close.
Greenwood High Head Coach Shad Hanna says the team simply has to be better this year in all areas.
Kermit looks to make 2014 a playoff year.
Stanton Head Coach John Peterson wants Senior Safety Jonathan Tomlinson to be leader and the catalyst of the defense.
The Loboes maintain consistency year after year.
Big Spring Football Head Coach Phillip Ritchley believes leadership is their strength this upcoming season.
Midland has a classic song they play after a win.
CEO of the Bearded Bandits, Buzzard Beard believes his team had a huge part of the success of the RockHounds.
West Texas Lacrosse is a volunteer based organization and welcome the participation of individuals who love kids and are interested in lacrosse.
Striving to become great when no one is watching.
One Midland teen goes from one sport to another at a late age.
Sockers FC Goalkeeper Tim Beauvais has an attitude everyone should follow.
Sockers FC Forward Rory Knibbs brings the humor and productivity.
A Corpus Christi fan tried to confront Rockhounds pitcher Blake Hassebrock on the mound, but infielder Dusty Coleman stepped in.