The Bangs Dragons are still waiting to play their Area Championship game with the Denver City Mustangs.
The Bangs Dragons are on their way back to the postseason after their win over Ingram-Tom Moore on Friday night.
For the Coleman Bluecats, starting off the season with a loss against Wall High School was not part of the plan, but since then it's been nothing but success.
The 12th ranked Goldthwaite Eagles on the road taking on Bangs tonight.
The Clyde Bulldogs nearly doubled up the Bangs Dragons in their season opener on Friday night.
One of the biggest challenges for the Bangs Dragons will be replacing twenty seniors from last year's team. That means the Dragons will be a young team this year, but they do return talent in key places.
Family pictures tell the story: through vacations and every day moments, this mother of four was always active.
The usually quiet, small town of Bangs has been making headlines for something they aren't proud of.
These fields, in their present condition, will not be around too much longer.
The City of Bangs explains a new irrigation project...
The Bangs getting the best of Grape Creek tonight, winning 61-8
A pair of 1 and 2 teams in Coleman tonight. The Bluecats and the Bangs Dragons.
The Playoffs are always the goal for teams at the start of the year, But the Bangs Dragons are well aware, that getting there takes one step at a time.
The Cisco Loboes lost 16 letterman from last season, but what is left is plenty good. Head coach Brent West's team is picked to win the District 4-2A Division 2 championship this year.
The Bangs Dragons blanked the Eastland 10-0, sweeping the Lady Mavs out of the playoffs on their way to the Area round.
In the 2nd game of the double header at Kimbrell, Eastland held off Bangs by a final of 47-43.
The playoffs started with a good match up at McMurry tonight, The Jim Ned Lady Indians taking on the lady dragons from Bangs for the Bi-District crown.
The high school girls basketball playoffs are here and we have a look at your matchups starting as soon as Monday February 12th.
Clyde vs. Bangs (Clyde-14, Bangs-13)
Ballinger vs. Bangs (Ballinger-14, Bangs-26)
The Bangs dragons knocked off the Early Longhorns last Friday night to move their record to 5-3 on the season, but more importantly win their third game in a row. And while the three losses came early on to some very tough teams, Coach Lipsey and his players feel like they are hitting their stride at the right time.
Bangs vs. Early (Bangs-34, Early-13)
Merkel vs. Bangs (Merkel-36, Bangs-13)
Hawley leads 14 Big Country schools in the Harris Ratings Top 25.
Cisco pulled out another big win Friday to continue its undefeated streak beating Bangs, 28-19.
A lucky 13 Big Country high school football teams are mentioned in this week's Harris Ratings Top 25. The Abilene High Eagles continue to climb the rankings this week after hammering Tulsa Booker T. Washington high school on Saturday. The Eagles are ranked 15th in the state. This week's opponent, Harlingen, is 16th in the ratings.
Breckenridge vs. Bangs (Final: Breckenridge-15, Bangs-27)
Llano vs. Bangs
25)Wall vs. Bangs
The Bangs Dragons are coming off a pretty successful season. In addition to being an area finalist, the Dragons went 5-1 in District 3-2A Div. I.
Abilene High, Bangs, Ballinger, Winters, and Goldthwaite are featured in the Top Matchups of 2011.
It starts with the Abilene High Eagles and Longview. The Eagles playing on Saturday for the 3rd week in a row.
Abilene High, Brownwood, Breckenridge, and Bangs are featured in the Top Matchups of Week 2 in the 2011 season.