The Harris Ratings for week 4 of the high school football season were released today, and the Clyde Bulldogs made their first appearance for the 2014 season.
The Clyde Bulldogs hosted Holliday this evening as Clyde was looking to pick up their first win of the season.
The Eastland Mavericks were looking to move to 2-0 on the season as they welcomed the Clyde Bulldogs, who were looking for their first win of the season.
The Eastland Mavericks brought home a district title on Friday night with a win over Clyde.
The Clyde Bulldogs have raced out to a 5-0 record in district play, and this week they take that undefeated district record on the road to Eastland to take on the Mavericks.
Both the Clyde Bulldogs and the Comanche Indians were undefeated in district play coming into tonight's game.
The Clyde Bulldogs already have a bid to the postseason locked up, but they remain focused on higher goals. That includes a shot at a district championship.
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.
Breckenridge will benefit on the Bulldog turnovers in this one, they win it 21-7.
The 2nd ranked Cisco Loboes taking on the Clyde Bulldogs in the Champions Classic-
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Breckenridge vs. Clyde (Breckenridge-32, Clyde-19)
If the regular season had ended after the 1st 5 games, the Clyde Bulldogs would have been winless and out of the playoffs. That, however, is not how it works.
Clyde vs. Bangs (Clyde-14, Bangs-13)
Clyde vs. Ballinger (Clyde-28, Ballinger-14)
Clyde vs. Jim Ned (Clyde-13, Jim Ned-9)
Brady vs. Clyde (Brady-7, Clyde-24)
Clyde vs. Merkel (Clyde-29, Merkel-46)
Clyde vs. Snyder (Final: Clyde-12, Snyder-37)
Clyde vs. Cisco
Eastland vs. Clyde
The Clyde Bulldogs start the 2011 season with a bunch of starters back, but people on the outside of the program believe that Clyde will miss the playoffs in 2011.
Bangs ended their regular season strong, beating Clyde 35-14 and putting them in a three-way tie for the district crown.
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The Bearcats brought their A game against Clyde, the win 41-14.
The Clyde Bulldogs dominated this one over the Early Longhorns 35-20.
Clyde came out the victor in a defensive battle with Jim Ned, 13-7 the final score.
Merkel overcame errors to take the win over Clyde 14-6.
The Tigers show up the Bulldogs, taking the win by a mile 57-14.
Clyde wins a close one over Cisco dropping the Loboes to 0 and 2.
The always-tough Clyde Bulldogs traveled east to kick off their season against Eastland. It turned out to be worth the trip.
You could say last season didn't go as planned for Clyde. Injuries ended any chance the Dogs had to compete for championship early. This year, the Bulldogs are healthy and ready to go.