The AHS Boys team got the win over the Cougars with a score of 76-56 and the Cooper girls team got the win over the Eagles with a score of 71-47.
BCH Sports Courtney Burris talks to Abilene High receiver Reese Childress about winning the BCH Sports Player of the Year award.
Some folks were surprised to spot Reese Childress on the offensive side of the ball at the beginning of the season, but the amount of success as a receiver is what really caught everyone off guard.
All three Abilene high schools were in action on the hardwood Tuesday night.
The Eagles' season came to an end as they fell to defending state champion, Cedar Hill, with a final score of 36-28.
Most of us are excited about the idea of a few days off around Thanksgiving, but high school football players relish the opportunity to practice and play this week.
The Abilene High Eagles are one of 16 teams left in the Class 6A Division II playoffs after their Area Championship victory over Frenship.
David Robinett talked to Abilene High Eagles head coach Steve Warren about winning the Area Championship and getting to play on Thanksgiving week.
Fred Scott, who coached Abilene High School tennis team to 247 wins and the 1999 state team championship, will be inducted to the Texas Tennis Coaches Association Hall of Fame during ceremonies Dec. 6 in New Braunfels.
A look at the playoff pairings for the Big County teams for the third week of the Texas High School Football Playoffs.
The Abilene High Eagles got the win over Frenship with a final score of 55-34. That win advances the Eagles to the regional round of the playoffs.
Last week, Abilene High head coach Steve Warren broke our a new wrinkle in the offense by putting receiver Reese Childress in the backfield.
The Eagles and head coach Steve Warren had been searching for a consistent running game since Abram Smith went down with an injury, and they found it against Lamar.
David Robinett talks to Abilene High head coach Steve Warren about his teams playoff victory over Arlington Lamar.
A look at what's in store for the Big Country teams in the Area Round of the playoffs.
The AHS Eagles kicked off their post season at Shotwell Stadium against the Vikings of Arlington Lamar.
The Abilene High Eagles get the luxury of being at home for this game because Lamar owned them a return trip from 2009.
Abilene High has to put loss at end of the regular season behind them and move on.
David Robinett talks to Abilene High head coach Steve Warren about the start of the Class 6A Division II playoffs.
The Playoff Pairings are out for the first round of the high school football playoffs, and here is a look at what is in store for the Big Country teams.
The Abilene High Eagles were looking to close out their final regular season game with a win as they took on the Odessa High Bronchos.
Tickets for the opening round of the 2014 state high school football playoffs will go on sale Tuesday at One AISD Center, 241 Pine Street.
Here are the playoffs scenarios for the high schools in the Big Country according to Texas Football Magazine.
Abilene High is back at home to close out the season, and their defense is helping to carry the load. In the last 2 games, the defense has given up just 27 points.
For the second week in a row, Derek Scott took the team on his shoulders and carried them to the win.
David Robinett talked to Abilene High head coach Steve Warren about clinching a playoff berth.
For the second week in a row, the Abilene High Eagles were in Midland. This week they were taking on the Midland High Bulldogs with a chance to return to the playoffs, after missing the postseason in 2013.
Derek Scott showed that Abilene High can depend on his arm when the running game is absent.
The Region I-6A tennis tournament is coming to Abilene again this year, and the Abilene High Eagles are competing for the title.
The Abilene High Eagles survived a scare from Midland Lee to improve their district record to 2-1 with a 24-17 victory.
The latest Harris Ratings are out, and the Sweetwater Mustangs are the biggest movers, cracking the top 10 for the first time this season.
The Abilene High Eagles were looking to get their second district win of the season as they went to Midland to take on the Lee Rebels.
The AHS Eagles are one of the teams to beat in the district, and the defense is a big reason.
Abram Smith is gone for the season, but the Eagles have to keep pressing through the season.
David Robinett talks to Abilene High head coach Steve Warren about his teams victory over Odessa Permian and the injury to running back Abram Smith.
The Abilene High Eagles seek to get first district win in match up against the Odessa Permian Panthers.
The Abilene High Eagles are back at home for their game against Odessa Permian on Friday night. You better believe the Panthers will have their eyes on receiver Reese Childress.
“A Salute to Team Dyess and Our Military” will be the theme for the Abilene High Eagles’ football game Friday night against Odessa Permian at Shotwell Stadium.
It's a tough position to put a football player in, but coach Warren was pleased with how his guys handled the adversity.
David Robinett talks to Abilene High head coach about his team's loss in the district opener against San Angelo Central.
The latest Harris Ratings are out, and the Coleman Bluecats continue to climb the poll after their 28-0 win over Post.
The Abilene High Eagles were down in San Angelo this evening, taking on the Central Bobcats. This marked the first district game for either team.
The Abilene High Eagles are headed down to San Angelo to open play in the Little Southwest Conference against the defending district champion Central Bobcats.
The Abilene High Eagles open District 3-6A play on Friday night against San Angelo Central.
BCH Sports David Robinett talks to Abilene High head coach Steve Warren about his teams district opener with San Angelo Central.
Losing is not ever the goal going into a game, but some good can from it as the Eagles get ready for district.
David Robinett talks to Abilene High head coach Steve Warren about his teams loss to Southlake Carroll and the upcoming open week.
The Coleman Bluecats have cracked the top ten in the latest version of the Harris Ratings.
The Abilene High Eagles were looking to move to 5-0 on the season, as they traveled to Southlake to take on the Carroll Dragons.
The Abilene High Eagles and the Southlake Carroll Dragons are getting ready for their showdown this weekend. This is the 5th meeting between 2 of the most successful programs in the last 15 years.