Three Midland Lee senior football players signed to continue their playing careers at the collegiate level.
The UIL released the new district realignments for the 2014-16 seasons.
A week after winning its first state title, eight Grandfalls-Royalty Cowboys made the Six-Man All-State Team.
The Midland Christian Mustangs celebrated yet another state championship with the entire school plus the city of Midland.
Grandfalls-Royalty makes history by winning their first ever state championship at AT&T Stadium against the Milford Cowboys. Big 2 Sports Matthew Villanueva shares their story.
The Cowboys make their first ever state championship appearance at AT&T Stadium against the Milford Bulldogs.
Grandfalls-Royalty is one win away from a State Championship, and the community is thriving off of the Cowboys post season success in 2013.
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.
The Grandfalls-Royalty Cowboys aim to avenge its 44-32 state semifinals loss in 2012 against the same team which knocked them out.
No Midland Christian team has ever finished a season undefeated, and this years Mustangs are one win away from making history.
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The Mustangs dominated the Chargers, and are on their way to their 3rd consecutive TAPPS Division II State Championship game.
The Steers try to knock off the defending 3A State Champion Yellow Jackets from Abilene Wylie's Bulldog Stadium.
The undefeated Braves take on the undefeated Lions from Memorial Stadium in Big Spring.
The Cowboys take on the Bulldogs from San Angelo for a spot in the Six Man Division II Semifinals.
The Mustangs will face a familiar foe in Dallas Christian in the Semifinals of the TAPPS Division II playoffs.
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 Bronchos battled their way through 2013, finishing 6-6 and as bi-district champions.
Grady waits three days to play in the second round of the postseason against Happy -- and got to in the snow.
The Coyotes have their game postponed three days due to inclement weather, but finally get to take on Valley in the second round of playoffs.
The Rebels get a chance at revenge as they take on Southlake Carroll in the Area Round of the playoffs.
The Mustangs and Steers square off for the 2nd time in 2013, this time it's in the Area Round of the playoffs.
Bulldogs and Bearkats face off again, this time in the playoffs from Griffith Stadium in Robert Lee.
After being picked to finish dead last in District 4-3A, the Big Spring Steers have defied the odds and control their fate in the 2013 postseason.
The Braves try to stay undefeated as they take on the reigning 1A Division II State Champion Munday Moguls from San Angelo Stadium.
The Cowboys and Hornets square off from Rankin Red Devil Stadium for a shot to advance to the Quarterfinals in the Six-Man playoffs in Division II.
Weather has changed some times and dates for several Area Round games, updates are here.
Andrews lost their starting quarterback Shane Dolgener for the 2nd consecutive year. But once again the Mustangs showed resiliency and are now in the Area Round of the playoffs.
The Mustangs are seeking to win their third consecutive state championship, and now is the time to execute perfection.
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 Bronchos returned to the post season for the first time since 2010, and rushed their way to a convincing 61-15 victory over El Paso Franklin.
Matthew Villanueva gives you the postseason bi-district's best plays of your favorite West Texas teams.
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.
OHS is back in the playoffs for the first time since 2010, and taking on El Paso Franklin in the Bi-District round.
Borger and Andrews square off in the 3A Bi-District playoffs from Lowery Field in Lubbock.
The Mustangs try to stay undefeated and begin their quest for their 3rd consecutive State Championship as they host Tyler Grace Community.
Fabens and Big Spring go head to head in the Bi-District playoffs from Eagle Stadium in Pecos.
The Bulldogs and Panthers battle to advance to the Area round of the playoffs from Memorial Stadium in Big Spring.
Stanton takes on #5 Cisco in the Bi-District playoffs from the Mustang Bowl in Sweetwater.
The Badgers square off with Christoval in the Bi-District round from James H. Bird Memorial Stadium in Big Lake.
Grady tries to advance to the Area Round of the playoffs as they take on Whiteface from Ropesville.
A heavyweight battle between Water Valley and Rankin from Sterling City.
Dawson and Balmorhea square off in the Bi-District round of the Six-Man playoffs from Bearkat Stadium in Garden City.
The Loboes and Eagles square off in the Bi-District round for the 2nd straight year from Grande Communications Stadium.
The Wildcats and Eagles square off from San Angelo Stadium in the 1A Bi-District round of the 2013 playoffs.
The Bearkats try to defeat the Eagles for the 2nd time this season as the two teams square off in the Bi-District round of the playoffs.
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 High head coach Craig Yenzer assesses the final game of the season -- a win for the first time in ten games over Abilene High.
Odessa High's Ron King gives his experience of the bus ride home where he and his entire team discovered they'd be playoff bound after Midland High beat Abilene High.
Here is this weeks schedule for your West Texas playoff team.
MOJO head coach Blake Feldt talks about the close win versus Coronado and how proud he is of his team, regardless of not making the postseason.
Grandfalls-Royalty football players Gilbert Nunez and Thomas Burns chat with host Matthew Villanueva about their 2013 season and the postseason ahead.
Cowboys head coach Joe Helms sits down with host Matthew Villanueva for the season finale episode and they talk about the postseason ahead.
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 Eagles come to Grande Communications Stadium to battle the Bulldogs for the 4th and final playoff spot in District 2-5A.
The Rebels travel to San Angelo Stadium where they will battle the Central Bobcats for the District 2-5A Championship.
The Bronchos travel to Amarillo to take on the Tascosa Rebels, OHS is in need of a victory and a MHS win over Abilene to make the post season.
The Panthers need a victory to keep their playoff hopes alive in District 2-5A.
The Mustangs unveil new helmets on senior night as they prepare for the playoffs and try to finish off the regular season undefeated.
The Loboes and Steers square off from Memorial Stadium in Big Spring for a chance to claim the top seed in District 4-3A.
The Yellow Jackets take on the Tigers in Slaton to see who receives the 4th and final play off spot in Distrct 2-2A.
The Golden Tornados look to pick up their first victory of the season as they take on Idalou.
The Golden Cranes and Broncos square off to decide who wins the District 3-2A title, and who gets the #1 seed in the playoffs.
The Buffaloes travel to Winters for a battle to decide who gets the final playoff spot in District 4-1A.
The Red Devils travel to Garden City to take on the Bearkats. Winner of this game wins the District 5-6 Man Championship.
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 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.
Midland High is tied for the 4th and final playoff spot with three other teams in District 2-5A, and on Friday they'll square off with one of those teams in Abilene High.
Senior star running back C.J. Eddison repeats for West Texas MVP honors after accounting for all five of Odessa High's five touchdowns plus 293 yards to lead the Bronchos over Midland High 35-30.
The MOJO defense allowed 42 points to Midland Lee, and if they want a shot at making the post season they will need to play better against Lubbock Coronado.
The Bronchos rushing attack once again proved to be too much for their opponent, as OHS ran past Midland High 35-30 and remained alive in the 2-5A playoff race.
Matthew Villanueva recaps the best of West Texas football in Week 9.
Midland High Bulldogs players Ryan Goodrum and Emilio Solis guest star on The Coaches Show and give host Matthew Villanueva their input on the loss against Odessa High and what it's going to take to win the final game to potentially reach playoffs.
Bulldogs head coach Craig Yenzer visits host Matthew Villanueva for the third and final time this season and talk about the loss to Odessa High and the huge final game of the season for playoffs.
Only one team can win, but both the Bulldogs and Bronchos need victories in order to have a chance at the post season.
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 Mustangs travel to Lubbock to take on Estacado and try to pick up their first district victory. It's been a rough year for Andrews after high expectations in the spring.
The Steers try to clinch their first playoff birth since 2009 as they travel to Greenwood and take on the Rangers who have lost three straight games.
The Loboes have already clinched a playoff birth in 2013, and they look to keep on rolling as they welcome in the Sweetwater Mustangs.
Alpine travels to Crane to try and hand the Golden Cranes their first loss of the 2013 season.
The Buffaloes try to stay alive in the 3-2A playoff race by taking on the Sonora Broncos.
The Wildcats try to clinch a playoff birth as they travel to McCamey and take on the Badgers.
The Chargers try to stay undefeated in District play as they host Canyon Creek Christian Academy from Coombes field.
The MOJO and Rebels continue their historic rivalry with playoff hopes on the line for the Panthers.
Odessa High will welcome in Midland High to Ratliff stadium on Friday night, and it will be a big game for both teams.
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.
Breaking two Permian single-game records, Mikorban Fields was the no-brainer choice for the winner of Week 8 West Texas MVP.
Midland High was struggling mightily on offense to start Friday's game against Coronado, then stepped in junior QB Ryan Goodrum.
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.
Permian needed a victory, and they clawed and scratched until the final horn against the Abilene Cooper Cougars.
Odessa High did all they could on defense against the Abilene Eagles, but the Bronchos fell to AHS after not capitalizing on multiple opportunities.
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.
Monahans head coach Mickey Owens makes a guest appearance on The Coaches Show and comments on the Loboes season thus far.
Host Matthew Villanueva talks with Monahans players Hasaan Walker and Bryan Venegas about their 5-2 campaign and the two remaining games to clinch district.
Matthew Villanueva counts down the three top plays by your West Texas football teams for Week 8.
The Buffaloes head to Stamford and try to knock off the reigning 1A State Champion Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs need a victory over the last place Mustangs if they want to keep their playoff hopes alive in 2013.
The Rebels look to stay atop the District 2-5A standings as they take on the Tascosa Rebels from Dick Bivins Stadium in Amarillo.
The Bronchos look to keep their playoff hopes alive as they travel down I-20 to Abilene to take on the high scoring Eagles from legendary Shotwell Stadium.
The Cougars travel to Ratliff Stadium as the MOJO are in need of a big victory if they want to keep their playoff hopes alive.
In a battle of Mustangs, Andrews tries to pick up their first district victory of the season, and hand Shallowater their first loss of the year.
The Steers try to pick up their 2nd consecutive district victory in Sweetwater taking on the Mustangs.
The Rangers try to pick up their first district victory as they travel to Abilene to take on a tough Wylie Bulldogs squad.
The Yellow Jackets travel to Brownfield and face the Cubs in a District 2-2A battle.
The Bulldogs travel to Crane in an attempt to knock off the undefeated Golden Cranes on their home turf.
The Owls travel to Sonora and try to knock off the Broncos in District 3-2A.
The Wildcats get the Braves at home this time around, and try to avenge their 31-17 loss in the first match up between these District 5-1A rivals.
The Indians try to pick up their first win of the year, and the Red Devils try to stay undefeated in this District 5-6 Man match up.
The Chargers celebrate their homecoming and welcome in the Saints for a district contest.
The Permian Panthers aren't completely out of the playoffs, but it's going to take three consecutive wins if the MOJO want to see the post season.
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.
The Indians try to snap a four game losing streak and pick up their first district victory as they travel to Lubbock and take on the Estacado Matadors.
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 Mustangs are smooth sailing through eight games, but they won't step off the gas until their goal is reached.
A 252 yard, six touchdown game performance will get you West Texas MVP honors any day -- six-man football or not.
Midland High has dropped three consecutive district contests, but head coach Craig Yenzer said his team is focusing on the final three games of the regular season and not worrying about what's already done.
The Bronchos spent their bye week tightening their game and preparing for the Abilene High Eagles.
Permian travels to San Angelo and lose to Central for the first time since 1997.
The Coaches Show host Matthew Villanueva brings on board Bryce Boring and Adrian Adame to talk about the Tall City Rivalry game against Midland Lee and plans for the rest of the season.
Midland High Bulldogs head coach Craig Yenzer tells host Matthew Villanueva about the Tall City Rivalry loss to Midland Lee and what it's going to take for his team to make playoffs.
Rankin Red Devils players Aaron Castillo and Junior Rodriguez visit the Coaches Show and tell host Matthew Villanueva about their undefeated season thus far.
Undefeated Rankin Red Devils head coach Kevin Ray sits down for the first time in show history with host Matthew Villanueva and talks about the winning season thus far.
The Mustangs welcome in the Cardinals for homecoming, and try to extend their winning streak to 20 straight games.
The 2013 Tall City Classic between the Bulldogs and Rebels. Who would come out on top?
The Panthers travel to San Angelo and try to hand the Bobcats their second straight loss in District 2-5A.
The Mustangs travel to Levelland to take on the Lobos in a battle of two 0-1 teams in District 2-3A.
The Tigers travel to Big Spring and take on Tobyn Tannehill and the Steers.
The Sweetwater Mustangs come to Midland and take on the Greenwood Rangers in a District 4-3A match up.
A Battle of the top two teams in District 4-3A square off from Estes Memorial Stadium.
The Eagles travel to Anthony and try to start district off 2-0 against the Wildcats.
The Golden Cranes try to stay undefeated as they travel to Stanton to take on the 5-1 Buffaloes.
The Grandfalls-Royalty Cowboys welcome in Dell City for some high scoring six man action.
The Panthers will travel to San Angelo on Friday night, and head coach Blake Feldt knows the Bobcats will come out with "Their hair on fire".
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 Midland Christian Mustangs are 7-0 and ranked #1 in the State for TAPPS 11 man by multiple media outlets.
Junior Devan Griffin took over as quarterback full-time after Jarret Doege went down early in the season, and since then the Braves have blasted through their competition -- especially in week six courtesy of Mr. Griffin.
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.
The Bulldogs have lost two games in a row by a combined 77 points, but it's important for the Dawgs to move on and focus on the task at hand.
In what has already been a tough year, the Permian Panthers have two defensive starters quit the team prior to the teams big game against S.A. Central.
Odessa Bronchos head coach Ron King comments on senior halfback C.J. Eddison tying the school-record for most touchdowns scored in one game -- six.
Stanton players Estevan Chavez and Ruben Cazares tell Matthew Villanueva about the Buffaloes
Stanton Buffaloes head coach John Peterson brings to light what's made his team successful this year with host Matthew Villanueva.
Midland Lee players Caden Coots and Cade Kennedy tell host Matthew Villanueva about the close win over Abilene High.