Three Midland Lee senior football players signed to continue their playing careers at the collegiate level.
Midland Lee lost only three games in 2013, with two of them coming to one team. Despite those losses, the Rebels have plenty to be proud of this year.
The Rebels get a chance at revenge as they take on Southlake Carroll in the Area Round of the playoffs.
Midland Lee is heading to the Area Round of the playoffs after their victory over El Paso El Dorado, and they'll get a shot at revenge against the Southlake Carroll Dragons.
The Rebels reach the post season for the first time since 2009, and square off against El Paso El Dorado for the first time in school history.
Rebels head coach James Morton takes a step back and analyzes the loss against San Angelo Central as a stepping stone going into playoffs.
Midland Lee players Aron Dobbins and Jon Jarman appear as guests on The Coaches Show to talk about their season finale loss to San Angelo Central and the postseason ahead.
Midland Lee head coach James Morton steps on stage for the fourth and final time of the Coaches Show in 2013 and tells host Matthew Villanueva how he feels about the season as a whole and the playoffs ahead.
The Rebels travel to San Angelo Stadium where they will battle the Central Bobcats for the District 2-5A Championship.
Midland Lee is already in the playoffs, but the Rebels are looking to win the District 2-5A title outright Friday night against San Angelo Central.
The MOJO look to keep their playoff hopes alive as they continue their rivalry with the Lee Rebels, who have already clinched their playoff spot in 2013.
The MOJO and Rebels continue their historic rivalry with playoff hopes on the line for the Panthers.
Midland Lee can relax now that they've clinched a playoff spot, but this year's Rebels don't plan on taking it easy any time soon.
Midland Lee head coach James Morton comes on board for the third time this season on The Coaches Show and talks about the win against Amarillo Tascosa and the two remaining games left for the undefeated in district Rebels.
Midland Lee Rebels Brives Turner and Alex Bell step on set to The Coaches Show and tell host Matthew Villanueva about the Rebels dominance in district thus far.
The Rebels look to stay atop the District 2-5A standings as they take on the Tascosa Rebels from Dick Bivins Stadium in Amarillo.
Midland Lee better be ready and focused come Friday night's game in Amarillo, or the Tascosa Rebels will hand them their first district loss like they did to San Angelo Central.
Midland Lee has won their past two games in come from behind fashion, but the Rebels are doing a great job of not having any hang overs and staying focused on what lies ahead.
The 2013 Tall City Classic between the Bulldogs and Rebels. Who would come out on top?
Midland High and Midland Lee are preparing to square off on Friday night, and both head coaches know the impact this game will have on the District standings.
The Rebels final drive against Abilene High. Midland Lee wins the game 53-51.
The Rebels played a roller coaster of a game with the Eagles, and in the end hit a game winning 38 yard field goal to win 53-51.
Midland Lee players Caden Coots and Cade Kennedy tell host Matthew Villanueva about the close win over Abilene High.
Midland Lee head coach James Morton gets his brain picked by host Matthew Villanueva about the nail biting win over Abilene High and the rest of the season.
The Rebels (4-1, 3-0) travel down I-20 to Abilene to take on the struggling Abilene High Eagles.
A tale of two teams going in opposite directions as Midland Lee (4-1) travels to Abilene to take on the 1-5 Eagles.
The Midland Lee Rebels made quick work of the Odessa High Bronchos last week, essentially ending the game early by being up 27-0. And they have junior tailback Aron Dobbins to thank, who scored all four touchdowns.
Midland Lee started strong, and never stepped off the gas pedal as they took care of Odessa High 41-7 on Homecoming.
Big Board Sports Matthew Villanueva breaks down the top West Texas high school football plays of Week 5.
The Bronchos travel down 191 to Grande Communications Stadium and take on the Midland Lee Rebels.
The Midland Lee Rebels know the OHS defense is physical up front on both sides of the ball, and they'll need to match that intensity Friday night.
The Lee Rebels took care of the Lubbock Coronado Mustangs 37-6, but head coach James Morton wants to see more consistency out of his offense.
The Rebels travel to Lubbock and take on the athletic Coronado Mustangs from Lowery Field.
Head Coach James Morton wants to make sure the Rebels establish a strong running game Friday night versus Lubbock Coronado.
Midland Lee is fresh off a bye week, and preparing to travel to Lubbock and take on the quick Coronado Mustangs.
The Lee Rebels could've stayed down after their loss to Southlake, but they chose to work hard and it paid off after their 42-35 victory over Abilene Cooper.
The Cooper Cougars come to Grande for the first district game of 2013 and take on the Midland Lee Rebels.
The Lee Rebels need to bounce back strong after their 63-13 defeat at the hands of Southlake Carroll. What better way to do that then winning your first district game against Abilene Cooper?
The Rebels travel to Southlake and take on the prestigious Carroll Dragons in Week One action.
The Rebels had a convincing win in Week Zero, but face a tough task in Southlake Carroll for Week 1.
The Lee Rebels opened up their 2013 season from Grande against El Paso Coronado.
The Lee Rebels are gearing up for game one of the regular season, and Head Coach James Morton wants his team to focus on one play at a time.
The Midland Lee Rebels were painfully close to making the playoffs in 2012. They look to run to the war in order for 2013 to be a different story.