Realignment is nothing new for high school sports, but for the first time the UIL released the classification cutoff numbers ahead of February's realignment. With that announcement also comes the news that Abilene High and Cooper would once again be split up.
Abilene High will join the new Class 6A that is being created in this realignment, and Cooper is staying put in Class 5A.
Of the thousands who were nominated and the hundreds who made Academic All-District, Abilene Christian senior defender Brie Buschman was just one of 11 NCAA Division I women's soccer players chosen to receive Capital One First Team Academic All-America® honors by the voting members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
The 2014 realignment is just a couple short months away and with the addition of Class 6A things are changing in the Big Country.
The All-District Teams from District 2-5A have been released with Cooper's Lorenz Joe being named Co-Offensive MVP.
Head coach Steve Warren's team is coming off an open date, and they are in the hunt for playoff berth.
David Robinett talks to Abilene High head coach about his teams open date and their playoff chances in this week's conversation.
Abilene High head coach Steve Warren talks to David Robinett about his teams victory over Odessa High.
The Eagles beat Odessa High on Friday night, 42-21, to post their 1st winning streak of the season, and possible new star was born. Freshman Abram Smith burst on to the scene by scoring 2 touchdowns on his 1st 2 carries in varsity football, and he finished the night with 128 yards on 12 carries and 3 touchdowns.
Head coach Steve Warren's offense was struggling to say the very least heading into the Crosstown Showdown, and since that game, they are rolling. The Eagles have scored 138 points in the last 3 games.
Abilene High head coach Steve Warren talks to David Robinett about his teams 2nd win of the season.
For the 2nd week in a row, the Abilene High game goes down to the end before it is decided, only this time the Eagles come away with a 56-49 victory over Lubbock Coronado.
The Abilene High Eagles continue the 2013 season on Thursday night up in Lubbock, and they will be taking a confident offensive line with them.
The Abilene High Eagles look to bounce back this week after a tough loss to Midland Lee on Friday night. BCH Sports' Eric Boynton caught up with head coach Steve Warren to talk about moving forward from that loss, and the upcoming game against Lubbock Coronado.
Head coach Steve Warren's Abilene High Eagles played their best game of the season, but came up 2 points short in their bid to hand district leader Midland Lee their 1st loss in District 2-5A play.
The Abilene Eagles are trying to figure out how they are going to snap their 3-game losing streak this week.
The Abilene High Eagles are still looking for their second win of the season after a tough loss to crosstown rival Cooper last Friday night. BCH Sports Director David Robinett caught up with head coach Steve Warren to talk about what needs to be done to turn the season around.
The pressure is increasing on the Abilene High Eagles after a tough district loss to rival Cooper last Friday night. That means every game is becoming a must win for the Eagles.
David Bacon interviews Coach Todd Moebes after the Crosstown Showdown.
David Bacon interviews Cooper Runningback, Trey Dye, after the Crosstown Showdown.
The Cooper Cougars avenged last year's last minute loss to rival Abilene High on Friday night with a 56-31 win at Shotwell Stadium.
The Abilene High Eagles and the Cooper Cougars meeting for the 53rd time Friday night.
The Eagles are struggling this season to say the very least. Except for the 1st game and last week's game, they have had a shot to win, but the constant in every game has been turnovers. Head coach Steve Warren says when his guys stop giving the ball to the other team, the Eagles will start winning, again.
The Abilene High Eagles look this week to get back in the win column against their rivals, the Cooper Cougars. BCH Sports' Eric Boynton caught up with head coach Steve Warren to how the Eagles can turn their season around, and the upcoming game against Cooper.
This week the Abilene High Eagles are looking for a spark to get their season back on track, and they're looking for that to happen this week against their rival.
The Abilene Eagles were looking to bounce back from their loss last week to Odessa Permian, and they would face the San Angelo Central Bobcats.
Since head coach Steve Warren took over the Eagle football program, he has stressed the importance of the history of the program.
Last Friday the Abilene High Eagles suffered their first loss in district, and turnovers played a big role in the defeat.
The Abilene High Eagles are coming off a tough loss to Odessa Permian on Friday night. In this week's Tuesday Conversation David talks to head coach Steve Warren about the game and what the Eagles need to work on before the next one.
The Abilene High Eagles dropped their first district game of the season Friday night on the road at Odessa Permian.
The Abilene High Eagles defense took a big step forward against Tascosa last week, and inside linebacker Miguel Espinoza really played a great game.
David Robinett talked to Abilene High head coach Steve Warren about his teams district opening victory over Amarillo Tascosa.
The Abilene High Eagles started District 2-5A play with an impressive victory over Amarillo Tascosa on Friday night.
The Abilene High Eagles didn't get a win in non-district play this season, but that's not a problem because you don't go to the playoffs based on non-district results.
Losing is never the goal when you take the field, but coach Warren feels like he is seeing improvement from his guys. They just have to eliminate the mental mistakes.
Abilene High head coach Steve Warren talks to David Robinett about his teams loss to Duncanville and the coming District 2-5A opener.
Abilene High Head coach Steve Warren's team is 0-1 heading into the 2nd Friday of the season for the 1st time since 2006.
David Robinett talked to Abilene High head coach Steve Warren about his teams loss to Hebron in Week 0.
The Abilene High Eagles enter the 2013 season looking for new faces to step and take over.
BCH Sports David Robinett talks to Abilene High head coach Steve Warren about his team's opener.
A total of eleven Big Country teams start the 2013 season in the Harris Ratings Top 25s, but only one of them is from Class 5A.
Several teams around the Big Country are changing their look. Whether it be with new uniforms, or new helmets, or a new logo. One that is a constant, Abilene High.
ABILENE - ACU head track and field coach Keith Barnier announced Tuesday that he has signed former Abilene High School standout Madeline Jordan to a binding national letter-of-intent for the 2013-14 school year.
The Abilene High Eagles are back at it, as they get ready for the start of the 2013 season. It's been a long time since the Black/Gold game in the Spring, and they are glad to be back on the field.