Borden County loses a close one.
Wildcats' season ends in the second round.
Alpine's season ends in the area round.
Making A's along with the big plays, Kevin Guzman is you Athlete of the Week the 14th of April.
Four year starting catcher Courtney Warren is as dependable as it gets for Midland High Lady Bulldogs squad, and is leaned on as much as ever this final season.
The definition of a student-athlete, Andrews Mustangs senior baseball stud Gunnar Rogers is delivering for his team one last season before heading on to College Station.
A starter on the softball team since her freshman year, senior Ciara Sheppard is spearheading Midland Lee towards a playoff berth and more in her final year as a Lady Rebel.
Sam Vestal is not your average sophomore soccer player. She's leading scorer for District 2-5A which has helped fuel the Permian Lady Panthers lock up district with two matches remaining in the season. Sam Vestal is your Athlete of the Week.
She's the most dependable batter on her team as well as the fifth ranked GPA-wise in her class. Lindsey Wagner is the definition of the student-athlete.
Three words to describe this weeks Athlete of the Week are southpaw, ace, and competitive. Take a look at Jackson Lancaster.
After winning TAPPS 4-1A Offensive Player of the Year and first team honors as a freshman last year, sophomore guard Grant Little picked up where he left off, averaging over 24 points a game for the Midland Mustangs.
A starter for the MOJO since his freshman year, junior Robert Thomas is the conductor behind the Panthers regular season success.
One's a senior, the other a freshman. Combined, Morgan and Megan Ashton help shape a formidable Midland Christian basketball squad that has the Lady Mustangs headed towards the playoffs.
Junior Gary Ringo has stepped up his game considerably to help his Bulldogs squad be in the 2-5A playoff conversation.
The MOJO cheerleading squad prepares for NHSCC at Disney World, trying to become the first team in school history to win nationals.
The Midland Lee Lady Rebels sit tied for first place in district play, and a big reason why is the play of junior point guard Daija Stanford.
After making the All-State team in 5A volleyball, Jordan Williams is Big 2 Sports inaugural Athlete of the Week.