A total of six Big Country teams finished in the top ten of the Harris Ratings in 2012.
The Stamford Bulldogs are on their way back to cowboys stadium. one reason why is the young man under center...Hagen Hutchinson.
BCH Sports reporter Eric Boynton had the opportunity to talk with the BCH Player of the Year Hagen Hutchinson.
A total of six teams remain in the top ten this week, but four of them are done for the season.
Class A Division 1- #2 Stamford and #5 Stratford up in Lubbock.
The Eastland Mavericks make their debut in the top ten after a playoff win over Bangs.
The Munday Moguls wasted little putting points in their win over Hamlin Saturday afternoon.
For the first time in nearly three months, the Abilene High Eagles are out of the top 10 in the Harris Ratings.
A hot start after their bye week helped propel the Munday Moguls past Wink on Friday night.
The Hamlin Pied Pipers were able to hold on for a playoff victory Friday afternoon in Sweetwater.
The Albany Lions were able to run away with the playoff win over Iraan on Friday afternoon.
The Stamford Bulldogs cruised to a landslide victory over Tahoka Friday afternoon.
After the Bi-District round of the playoffs a total of six Big Country teams remain in the top ten in the Harris Ratings. The Wylie Bulldogs are this week's biggest movers.
A total of six teams in the Big Country are now in the Top Ten in their respected divisions in this week's Harris Ratings.
The Merkel Badgers and Ballinger Bearcats are back in the Top 25 of the Harris Ratings for week ten.
A total of 13 Big Country teams made the top 25 in this week's Harris Ratings.
The second ranked Stamford Bulldogs rolled over the Haskell Indians Friday night to remain unbeaten in the district.
The Anson Tigers were able to keep their undefeated season going on Friday night against Winters.
The Hamlin Pied Pipers pour it on in the first half to take down Gorman on Friday night.
The Cooper Cougars are this week's biggest movers in the Top 25 of the Harris Ratings.
The new Harris Ratings are out for week five, and there was yet again a shake-up in the ratings for some teams in the Big Country.
The Anson Tigers kept their record perfect Friday night against the Tahoka Bulldogs.
The Goldthwaite Eagles picked up their second win of the season Friday night over the Winters Blizzards.
The Haskell Indians fall to City View Friday night 41 to 7.
The new Harris Ratings are out for Week 4, and some Big Country teams are making their move. Meanwhile, others are falling slightly.
The Jim Ned Indians lost for the 4th time this season on Friday night against Class 1A Forsan.
The Munday Moguls kept their perfect with another road victory at Bronte on Friday night.
Hamlin and Winters met Friday night with both looking for their first win of the season, but only one would leave with that elusive victory.
The Anson Tigers rolled to another win on the road to improve to 4-0 on the season Friday night.
The Stamford Bulldogs bounced back from their first loss of the season with a win against Merkel on Friday.
Anson continued their early season winning streak on Friday night against Jim Ned.
It was the Indians that appeared to be in control early after a touchdown pass from Brennan Harris to Tanner Locklear gave Jim Ned a 7-0 lead.
Then right before halftime Harris and the Indians would strike again. This time with a touchdown pass to Austin Mays.
In the second half though it would be Anson's time to shine. Coming all the way back to win 40-19 to get to a 3-0 start to the season.
For the second straight week the Munday Moguls cruised over a highly ranked opponent. This time it was the Albany Lions.
The Haskell Indians shut out the Baird Bears for their second win of the season Friday night.
The Albany Lions went above their Class 1A status on Friday night to take on Class 2A Jim Ned.
The Stamford Bulldogs entered the night number one in division one, and the Munday occupied the same spot in division two.