The Midland Christian Mustangs celebrated yet another state championship with the entire school plus the city of Midland.
The back to back to back TAPPS Div. II State Champion Mustangs are well represented on the 2013 All-State team.
The Midland Christian Mustangs make history twice, becoming the first team in school history to win three consecutive state titles and the first to finish a season undefeated. Matthew Villanueva has the story.
The Mustangs try for their 3rd straight State Title as they take on the Lions from Tiger Stadium in Corsicana.
Fearing the worst of the weather to come, TAPPS decided to postpone all its state championship games to Monday, meaning Midland Christian has to wait two more days for its crack at a three-peat.
No Midland Christian team has ever finished a season undefeated, and this years Mustangs are one win away from making history.
The Mustangs dominated the Chargers, and are on their way to their 3rd consecutive TAPPS Division II State Championship game.
The Mustangs will face a familiar foe in Dallas Christian in the Semifinals of the TAPPS Division II playoffs.
The Mustangs are seeking to win their third consecutive state championship, and now is the time to execute perfection.
The Mustangs try to stay undefeated and begin their quest for their 3rd consecutive State Championship as they host Tyler Grace Community.
The Mustangs unveil new helmets on senior night as they prepare for the playoffs and try to finish off the regular season undefeated.
Midland Christian has already clinched the district title, and a first round playoff game at home, but the Mustangs want to finish the regular season undefeated.
Midland Christian is 8-0, and spent their bye week conditioning and nursing any injuries to ensure they stay healthy for the final stretch of the 2013 season.
The Mustangs are smooth sailing through eight games, but they won't step off the gas until their goal is reached.
The Mustangs welcome in the Cardinals for homecoming, and try to extend their winning streak to 20 straight games.
The Midland Christian Mustangs are 7-0 and ranked #1 in the State for TAPPS 11 man by multiple media outlets.
The Mustangs shut out Grace Prep 48-0, haven't allowed an opponent to score in three weeks.
The Mustangs look to remain undefeated in 2013 as they welcome in Grace Prep for a district match up.
Can the Mustangs be stopped? Not yet, as the Mustangs are 5-0 and rolling through their opponents in 2013.
TAPPS realignment for 2014-16 was released today, so what happens with Midland Christian and Midland Trinity?
The Mustangs prove to be dangerous in all aspects of the game, shut out the Seminole Indians 62-0.
The 2-1 Seminole Indians travel to Midland to take on the TAPPS Midland Christian Mustangs. Can the Indians give the Mustangs their first loss of 2013?
The Mustangs are 3-0 in 2013, and welcome in the Seminole Indians to Mustang Field on Friday night.
The Mustangs have outscored their opponents 85-10 through two games, and don't plan on stopping any time soon.
The Steers travel to Midland Christian and try and knock off the Mustangs for a 2nd year in a row.
McClendon was a machine in week zero for the Mustangs as they stomped Monahans 47-7.
The Mustangs had only one loss in 2012, and it was to the team who will be at Mustang Field on Friday night.
The Loboes and Mustangs square off in a big time matchup in week zero. The Mustangs have won the past two matchups.
Midland Christian Senior Elias Aguirre gives us his take on the Mustangs season opener against Monahans.
The Mustangs begin their quest for a third straight state championship against the Monahans Loboes.
Winning back-to-back State championships is hard enough. But the Midland Christian Mustangs are doing whatever it takes to be crowned State champions for the third year in a row.