There are plenty of changes this year for six-man football. The first, and most obvious, is the change to Class 1A, but some Big Country powers are once again considered among the state's elite by Texas Football.
The ACHS Panthers, Wylie Lady Bulldogs, and Highland Lady Hornets are the BCH Sports Team of the Year.
One championship handed out today in the metroplex, the TAPPS basketball state title, and it's back in Abilene as the ACHS Panthers defeat Boerne Geneva by the count of 63 to 47.
The Abilene Christian High School Panthers are back in the TAPPS state tournament for the 3rd year in a row.
The Abilene Christian High School Panthers picked up a win over twentieth ranked Sacred Heart on Saturday night.
Another night of high school hoops is in the books. Here's tonight's Big Country Scoreboard.
The Cisco Lady Loboes held their ground in Class 2A of the girls poll this week. Meanwhile a total of 16 Big Country boys and girls basketball teams made the cut in the TABC poll.
The ACHS Panthers pulled way late to pick up a win over Cavlary on Friday night.
Another night of high school basketball is in the books around the Big Country. Check here for scores from around the area.
The Wylie Bulldogs held on to their spot among the top boys basketball teams in the state after a clean sweep in district a week ago.
A total of 17 Big Country boys and girls basketball teams are ranked this week by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches.
The 2nd ranked Abilene Christian High School Panthers are getting ready for Saturday's semi-final game with Dallas Convenant.