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 Cisco Loboes are the number one ranked team in the state, but the team says that top ranking does not mean much for them.
The number one Cisco Loboes looked to build off their big win over Wall last week as they welcomed the Comanche Indians.
The latest Harris Ratings were released today, and the big story is Cisco's move to the top of Class 3A Div. II.
The Cisco Loboes went down to Wall to take on the Hawks in a match-up of teams that ended last season in AT&T Stadium.
For the first time in program history the Cisco Loboes enter the fall season as the defending state champs. Naturally that leaves them with a pretty big target on their backs.
The Cisco Loboes won a state title in football for the 1st time in school history, and Mason Reed delivered the play propelled them to victory.
Cisco's Colton Kent is one of the players for the North all-stars in that one.
The Texas Association of Basketball Coaches has announced their All-Region Teams for this past season, and once again the Big Country is well represented.
The Cisco Loboes are the top ranked team in the state and they are expected to return to the state championship game for the 5th time in the Brent West era.
The Cisco Loboes are back in the state semifinals after a big win over Canadian earlier this week. One thing that will be different about this week is the short time between games.
The Cisco Loboes made the trip up to Wolfforth this afternoon to take on Canadian, the team that knocked them out of the playoffs last season.
The Cisco Loboes picked up a bi-district victory and kept their record perfect against Stanton on Friday night.
Here's a list of the Big Country playoff matchups for the bi-district round.
Class A Division I Number 2 Stamford on the road to take on the Class 2A Division II Number 2 Cisco Loboes.
The Clyde Bulldogs are ranked in the Harris Poll for the first time in over five years, but this week they have to go up against a highly ranked Cisco team.
The Loboes season ended earlier than expected in 2012 but the expectations in Cisco are still high entering this season. A strong senior class is just one reason for those expectations.
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Stamford steals this one 25-0 and gives Cisco their first loss of the season.
Last year Cisco came just one point from a State Championship, and the
road back to Dallas starts Friday night against the Early Longhorns- A
team that's looking to rebound from a disappointing two win season a
Let's check out the highlights from Friday's game.
Cisco's Mason Reed cashes in with the short touchdown. Cisco up 6-0
Cisco recovers botched snap by Early.
Mason Reed again with the short touchdown run 13-0 Cisco.
Mason Reed with a 64-yard Touchdown run after a pitch from Colten Gayle.
Cisco goes up 20-0 in the first quarter, and the Loboes go on to win tonight at home 54-7
Vacant, dilapidated buildings are getting another lease on life in Cisco.
Out at two-a-days, the back of all the Cisco Coach's shirts read "It's hard to play against us, it's harder to play for us." It's a slogan that sums up the Loboes well, all 15 of last year's opponent's would agree, and the players would, as well.
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.
After Stripes approached the city of Cisco about building a truck stop off of I-20 only if they can sell alcohol, the chamber of commerce has started a petition to bring in alcohol sales to the city.
Cisco residents are starting to receive their water cleaner and more efficiently.
It may have been the last fire Gregory Simmons helped battle, but its not the last time he'll help serve his community.
The city of Cisco has a citywide mandate enforcing residents to get rid of weeds and trash from yards.
The Cisco Fire Department has received the last of its new equipment thanks to a state grant from the Texas Forest Service.
There's a need for welders in Abilene and one local college will soon offer fast-paced training.
Cooper's Lorenzo Joe, Cisco's Hayden Lewis, and Stamford's Jesse Ramos are honored in the Winter Edition of Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine.
Cisco, Stamford, and Munday claim BCH Sports Team of the Year award in 11-man football. Throckmorton and Abilene Christian High School earn 6-man honor.
The Cisco Loboes wrap-up a great season as a State Finalist. Here is a look at their game against the Refugio Bobcats
The Cisco Loboes fought back from a 17 point deficit to only fall short by a point, 36-35, to a undefeated Refugio Bobcats team.
The Cisco Loboes state championship game is at Cowboys Stadium on Friday.
Its been quite a season for the Cisco Loboes. They go undefeated and win a district title. Go to the Playoffs after not making it the year before, and now find themselves in the State Title game. Cisco has never brought home a State Title, and they are hoping 2011 will be that lucky year.
The Cisco Loboes intercepted a pass in their own endzone as time expired in regulation to seal a 35-28 victory over Mildred.
The Cisco Loboes are back in the semifinals for the 1st time since 2008 when head coach Brent West's teams advanced to the state championship game.
After not making the Playoffs last season, the Cisco Loboes have rebounded in a big way this season. Winning lopsided games all year long, but particularly by winning lopsided games in the playoffs.
The Cisco Loboes lead a group of 4 Big Country teams into the 5th round of the high school football playoffs.
And then there were four. Four Big Country teams remain in the state playoffs with a chance to take home the State Title.
Class 2A Division 2, A football game this late in the playoffs shouldn't look easy. However, the Cisco Loboes have made things look pretty easy all season.
Cisco and Holliday. The Loboes out in Springtown tonight.
Taylor County had a good football season with 4 teams making the playoffs. But Eastland County is having a great season.
The Cisco Loboes are just 1 win from going back to the Class 2A Division 2 Semi-Finals.
This week's Harris Ratings feature the usual suspects with one new face after last weekends action.
Cisco tops the defending state champs.
The Cisco Loboes got the playoffs to a great start on Saturday night with a dominating
61 to 28 victory over Sanford-Fritch. Junior quarterback Colton Gayle delivered 288 total yards for head coach Brent West.
Cisco vs. Crawford (Cisco-48, Crawford-21)
Through nine games, the Cisco Loboes have yet to experience that losing feeling, and although they sit at 5-0 on the district, that district title is still up for grabs.
Cisco vs. Rio Vista (Cisco-46, Rio Vista-0)