The third round of high school football ended with Wellington defeating Gruver and Stratford topping Wink in 2A-DII Region 1. Now the Skyrockets and Elks will face off in the Quarterfinals. Happy got revenge on Valley in 1A. Dumas and Canadian’s seasons came to an end.
Two Texas Panhandle high school football players have been selected as Mr. Texas Football Player of the Year Semifinalists: Childress dual-threat quarterback Collin Bishop and Tascosa athlete Major Everhart.
The Regional Semifinal round of high school football kicks off this Friday after Thanksgiving. Eight teams remain and are thankful to be in the gold ball chase including three of the four left in the 2A-DII Region 1: Gruver, Wellington and Stratford.
The West Texas A&M Lady Buffs volleyball team claimed six All-Conference honors at the postseason awards Championship banquet before the Lone Star Conference Tournament, but one honor was extra special. Hereford High alum Chandler Vogel was named the LSC Libero of the Year for the fourth consecutive season.
The Area Round of high school football playoffs kicked off Thursday night for 2A Division II’s Clarendon Broncos and Stratford Elks. Clarendon lost to Wink 64-26 and Stratford topped Seagraves 48-3. Up next Stratford will face Wink in the Regional Round of playoffs.
The number 15-ranked Tascosa Rebels and number 23-ranked Amarillo High Sandies have a chance to surpass last season’s playoff push this week in the Region I Area round. Tascosa faces a similar offense this Friday and Amarillo High meets a familiar foe on Saturday.
Amarillo College baseball added five commits to their baseball inaugural roster, and all of them are from Amarillo. The community celebrated Randall catcher Mason Ladd, Amarillo High outfielder Will Franklin, River Road outfielder Luis Delgado, Tascosa pitcher and first baseman Javen Patrick and Tascosa third baseman and outfielder Joshua Splawn.
West Texas A&M football wraps up their regular season by hosting Bethel College for Senior Day, on an early Saturday kickoff. They entered the game confident after a 15 to 12 comeback win over the No. 12 Midwestern State.
The Bi-District round of Texas high school football kicked off on Thursday. While many of the teams like Randall, Clarendon and Stratford dominated their games, there were upsets from Happy and Childress as well.
Two Texas Panhandle high school girls basketball players signed their National Letter of Intent at the NCAA level on Thursday. Gruver four-star guard Bailey Maupin inked her commitment to the Texas Tech Lady Raiders coached by Krista Gerlich, and Wellington guard Kyla Kane signed to play for head coach Josh Prock at West Texas A&M.
Randall volleyball celebrated college signing day for three Lady Raiders Tuesday morning defensive specialist Ali Torrez, libero Taylor Irving and team manager Katlyn Jones. They all are joining the historic inaugural roster at Amarillo College.
Five teams won their UIL Regional Quarterfinal high school volleyball matchups on Tuesday. Amarillo High upset Lubbock Cooper in four sets and Bushland swept Shallowater. Other teams advancing to the Regional Tournament include Randall, Miami, Wildorado, Hereford and Dumas.
The Amarillo College inaugural roster for volleyball is starting to take shape. Amarillo High senior Brooklyn Bundy joined the list and will play setter for the Lady Badgers. AC will compete in the Western Junior College Athletic Conference (WJCAC).
The 3A No. 5-ranked Bushland Lady Falcons swept Littlefield to win Area on Saturday, but it was more than just an advancement in the playoffs. Bushland head coach Jason Culpepper earned his 700th career win.