The West Texas A&M Buffaloes responded from last week’s defeat in a big way on Saturday night as they handed the Western New Mexico Mustangs a 42-14 Lone Star Conference defeat at Buffalo Stadium in Canyon, Texas.
West Texas A&M football is (1-1) in Lone Star Conference play after defeating Western New Mexico on Saturday, September 25. The key to their was the passing game. Quarterback Nick Gerber completed 14-of-23 passes for 355 yards and three touchdowns. Gerber’s feat is outstanding considering the 300 yard mark had not been surpassed since 2016.
This week’s FirstBank Southwest GOAT Scholar Athlete of the Week faces an obstacle everyday, but that does not stop her from doing her best. Amarillo High senior Brielle Worley’s perseverance and courage have earned her a Division 1 scholarship to play volleyball at Abilene Christian University.
Week four of Texas high school football in the Texas Panhandle did not disappoint. Amarillo High proved doubters wrong by defeating the formerly undefeated 6A Frenship Tigers 31-14, Spearman won over Game of the Week on the road in Vega 24-6, Pampa upset Randall 29-28 and Tascosa ran over San Angelo Central 46-28.
The Tascosa Rebels and Caprock Longhorns have made adjustments this season, both starting to progress and move in the right direction. Tascosa is adding a few more passing plays to their offensive scheme, and Caprock overcome the loss of a quarterback and is balancing a two QB system.
The Amarillo Sandies and Palo Duro Dons are celebrating homecoming at Dick Bivins Stadium for week four of high school football. The Dons kickoff on Thursday against Borger and the Sandies take the field Friday versus Frenship.
Week four of high school football is about to kickoff, and our Game of the Week features the Spearman Lynx (2-1) on the road against the undefeated Vega Longhorns (3-0). Both teams are fired up for the non-district battle.
The Canyon Eagles have a tough test this Friday night at Happy State Bank Stadium. The Eagles are set to host the Caprock Longhorns who just earned their first win of the season on the road in Perryton. The Randall Raiders look to bounce back after falling to Amarillo High in the Battle of Bell Street. The Raiders get their chance on the road in Pampa.
The TGCA 3A No. 4 ranked Bushland Lady Falcons (16-4) barely missed a chance to upset 5A Lubbock Cooper. The Lady Falcons lost 3-1 (25-20, 27-29, 22-25 and 24-26). The Wildorado Lady Mustangs swept Friona 3-0 (25-10, 25-12 and 25-17).
West Texas A&M is coming off a tough 42-31 Lone Star Conference loss to UT Permian Basin on Saturday. The Buffs head coach Hunter Hughes told media at Monday’s press conference that the team has quite a bit to work on as they continue the season, but he knows there’s still lots of football on the schedule.
The Amarillo Ice Ranch is officially open as community members gathered for a ribbon cutting and other welcoming events this afternoon.Community members were welcomed to the Ice Ranch with music, food trucks, a free skate, games and more, to celebrate the opening of a brand new ice arena.
The Battle of Bell Street is back. The Amarillo High Sandies (1-1) won last year’s meeting against the Randall Raiders (2-0) by three points. Our game of the week for week three features a battle of the trenches between Randall and Amarillo High’s linemen.
The Canyon Eagles (1-1) bounced back from their week one loss against Randall, getting a huge win this past Friday against Burkburnett 43-7. The Eagles have build some confidence and are preparing for their road trip to Lubbock to head-to-head with Estacado.
High school volleyball is still in non-districts, looking to improve their record and chemistry before playing district opponents. Amarillo High, Highland Park, Hereford and Bushland added to the win column on Tuesday.
NewsChannel10 is excited to honor our first FirstBank Southwest GOAT Scholar Athlete of the Week, Hereford’s Taytum Stow. To qualify, an athlete must be a nominated senior with good grades, has battled obstacles, achieved and demonstrated talent, our acronym for GOAT.
Week two of Texas high school football ended with the 3A defending state champions, the Canadian Wildcats, topping Iowa Park in a revenge game from last season and remaining undefeated at (2-0). Other huge wins include Amarillo High (1-1), Palo Duro (2-0) for the first time since 2012, Canyon (1-1) and Dumas (1-1).
The Big 12 is moving quickly on an expansion plan that could have the conference at 12 schools after Texas and Oklahoma leave, with BYU, Central Florida, Cincinnati and Houston as the “most intriguing” candidates.
The West Texas A&M Buffs kicked off the 2021 season at home in Buffalo Stadium hosting the Texas College Steers, and the Buffs dominated their first meeting in program history against Texas College 73-0.
The Palo Duro Dons are already making history, giving PD alum Eric Mims his first win in his first game as the football head coach. Going into week two, Palo Duro is one of three schools in District 2-5A to start the season (1-0).
The West Texas A&M Lady Buffs start the 2021 season off with plenty of opportunities to grow fast, hosting their Britkare Lady Buff Classic at The Box. The Lady Buffs have a double-header on Friday starting with Adams State.
The first week of UIL Texas high school football is in the books. NewsChannel 10 Sports Director Larissa Liska and Sports Anchor Paige Sachse show off the talent in week one of The Wrap Up. Randall topped Canyon in our Game of the Week, Tascosa rumbled past Abilene High and Stratford earned a huge win over Spearman.
The Dons’ secondary will be put to the test week one. They’ll face a tough Seminole Indians’ offense led by quarterback Blake Flowers, who passed for 1,306 yards last season, and former Pampa head coach Greg Poyner.
Thursday kicked off week one of high school football in Texas with seven games in the Texas Panhandle, including the Battle of the Cattle matchup between Hereford and Caprock at Dick Bivins Stadium. The Whitefaces took down Caprock 13-7, winning back-to-back meetings.