Rebels miss the playoffs again.
Central outscores Lee 28-7 in second half on their way to 28-21 victory.
Lee running back James McAfee will not play in Friday's game against San Angelo Central.
Rebels fail to clinch playoff berth while Panthers playoff hopes stay alive 28-21.
The Rebels will have to get past Permian to clinch a playoff berth on Friday.
Rebels blow out Tascosa 42-19.
Rebels ride strong second half to victory 41-38.
This week, the Rebels will have to quickly forget about a tough loss to Abilene High, as they prepare for a crosstown showdown with Midland High.
Eagles hand Rebels 1st loss in district 30-17.
The Rebels came out firing on all cylanders from the opening kickoff on their way to a 63-6 victory over Odessa on Friday.
Lee Beats OHS 63-6.
Jason McAfee has another dominate game for the Rebels.
Rebels enter this week coming off a bye.
Lee Beats Cooper 28-20.
Rushes for 250 yds, 3 TDs.
Last Friday night, it seemed as though the Lee Rebels would break the trend of Metroplex teams beating those in the Permian Basin.
Lee will be in Hurst to face LD Bell this Friday, and they enter the contest with a 1-0 record.
The Lee Rebels won't take the field until Saturday morning when they face El Paso Americas.
Size is something the Midland Lee Rebels do not lack heading into the 2012 season.
Lee High School announced Morgan Moylan as the Lady Rebels' Basketball head coach on Monday.
Lee still alive to win a share of district with a big win over Abilene Cooper.
Midland High beats Lee 13-0 while Odessa takes out Permian 12-2.
It was a crosstown rivalry night as MHS took on Permian and Lee traveled to Odessa.
The Lee Lady Rebels fell in San Angelo, while the boys get a win against Central.
Midland and Lee are both ousted in the first round of the girls' basketball playoffs.