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 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.
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.
The Follett Panthers remain undefeated (10-0) after defeating the Hedley Owls (8-2) for the District 1-1A Championship 54-6. Over in Lubbock, Tascosa’s early lead was diminished by the Coronado Mustangs for a three-way share of the District 2-5A DI title.
The Amarillo High Sandies (7-2, 4-1) are one game away from their bye week and ending the regular season. So far, the Sandies have only lost one District 2-5A DI game to Tascosa. This Thursday, AHS hosts Lubbock High.
Our week 10 Game of the Week features the 51st meeting between the Palo Duro Dons (5-3, 1-3) and Caprock Longhorns (2-5, 1-3). The District 2-5A DI fourth playoff spot is up for grabs, and both teams need a win to keep their playoff hopes alive.
Week nine of The Wrap UP featured some very good matchups. Canyon defeating Pampa in our Game of the Week 75-60, Clarendon hanging on to a 21-20 victory over Wellington and Wildorado winning an overtime 59-58 thriller over Silverton.
Week nine of Thursday night high school football featured Amarillo’s oldest rivalry between the Amarillo High Sandies and Palo Duro Dons, and a District 1-1A DI battle between the Happy Cowboys and Valley Patriots for the district lead.
The Caprock Longhorns and number 4-ranked Tascosa Rebels are currently seeded in a playoff spot in District 3-5A DI. The Rebels are one win away from securing playoff berth, while the Longhorns have a few more games to win.
The Randall Raiders are riding momentum from their 51-25 win over District 3-5A DII opponent Plainview last Friday. Now, Randall is preparing for the Abilene Wylie Bulldogs and looking to improve their (2-0) district record.
Week 8 of The WRAP UP in Texas high school football did not disappoint. A lot of district action. Amarillo High lost a 21 point lead, but beat Coronado 34-27. Childress remains undefeated after taking down Friona 40-35 in our Game of the Week and Bushland survived a close 20-14 win over River Road.
Week eight of Thursday night high school football did not disappoint. After a slow start on offense, Tascosa rumbled past Caprock 46-14 and Palo Duro earned their fifth win of the season after shutting out Lubbock High 24-0.
District 2-5A DI for week eight kicks off on Thursday for three of the four Amarillo ISD schools. Caprock (2-4, 1-1) and No. 4-ranked Tascosa Rebels (6-1, 3-0) face off at Dick Bivins Stadium and Palo Duro (4-2, 0-2) heads south to battle Lubbock High (1-6, 0-3) at Lowery Field.
Our week eight Game of the Week features two of five undefeated teams in the Texas Panhandle. The Friona Chieftains (6-0, 2-0) and Childress Bobcats (6-0, 3-0) battle it out this Friday in arguably one of the toughest 3A districts in Texas.
The Randall Raiders (4-2, 1-0) and Plainview Bulldogs (1-5, 0-1) square off for a battle at Happy State Bank Stadium in week eight of Texas high school football. The Raiders are back at home for the first time in five weeks.
The Tascosa Rebels celebrated a major decision for three-star running back Major Everhart. He announced his commitment to TCU after narrowing down his offers to three, including Texas Tech and Notre Dame.