Anson took on Seymour in the third place game of the Anson Lions Club Holiday Tournament today.
A late rally would prove to be the difference for the Stamford Bulldogs as they won the district title over Anson on Friday night.
The Anson Tigers are one win away from a district title, but standing their way is the Stamford Bulldogs in a game many in the area have waited an entire year to see.
The Anson Tigers were looking for win number eight tonight as they took on the Haskell Indians.
The Anson Tigers froze the Blizzards on a chilly Friday night in Winters.
After someone outside her father's store brought in the 1928 class pin, back in 1975, ever since then she's been looking for the owner.
The Anson Tigers were on the road tonight in Coleman to take on the Coleman Bluecats.
The high scoring Anson Tigers at home to take on Jim Ned.
The 3rd round is set to begin for the Anson Tigers. The Tigers start the regional quarterfinal on Friday night in Ralls.
The Western Observer had it's first edition on January 16, 1883. Sunday in Anson, they were celebrating it's 130-year anniversary.
The Anson Lights of Christmas parade took place Saturday evening in downtown Anson.
It's been an incredible season for the Anson Tigers; from 0-10 in 2011 to 10-1 in 2012 after a win in the playoffs over Windthorst. Needless to say, that has the Tigers and the community buzzing, and wanting one more.
The Anson Tigers continued their perfect season Friday night with a win over Forsan.
The Anson Tigers were able to keep their undefeated season going on Friday night against Winters.
The Anson Tigers continue to impress folks with their red hot start to the 2012 season. Head Coach Keith Woolf's team is 5-0 for the 1st time since the 50's.
The Anson Tigers enter the night looking for their 5th straight win. Coleman trying to spoil that.
The Anson Tigers rolled to another win on the road to improve to 4-0 on the season Friday night.
1 more Class 2A-1A game- Forsan and Jim Ned at Indian Stadium.
The start of the high school football season is right around the corner,
and that means 10 big country head coaches are getting ready to lead
new teams on to the field.
Once 9am hit, phones were ringing, coaches were texting and scrambling as they tried to build their schedules for 2012.
The Jim Ned Indians proved to be too much for Anson on Friday night earning a 37-14 victory over the Tigers.
Quahnah vs. Anson (Final: Quahnah-19 , Anson-14)
Anson vs. Stamford
Hamlin vs. Anson
Sonora native and former Hardin-Simmons Cowboy, Cameron Cox named the head man for the Anson Tigers. The 23 year old could be the youngest head football coach in the state of Texas.
Cox will take over an Anson program that was under the previous direction of Roby native Chad Terry for only one season.
Terry is moving on to become the associate head coach and offensive coordinator
at Lubbock Coronado joining former Sweetwater head coach Kent Jackson.
Terry told BCH Sports tonight that this is too good of an opportunity to pass up.
Meanwhile Cox will officially be introduced on Monday.
Coahoma put on a dominating performance, taking the win over Anson 41-7.
Anson played strong, but falls to Post 28-14.
Hawley jumped out to an early lead but couldn't maintain it.
BCH Band of the Week: Anson Tiger Band
Jim Ned falls to Anson 19-14. The Anson Tigers hold on to beat the Jim Ned Indians.
Stamford wins over Anson.
Hamlin turned in a dominating performance in Week 0 and gave the Big Country a taste of what they're capable of doing the rest of the season.
The Anson Tigers have been struggling in the last few years, but they are expecting more this season with Chad Terry leading the way.