The search for Eastland's next head football coach is over with the hiring of Cliff Watkins.
The hunt for the next head football coach in Breckenridge may soon be over with Casey Hubble in line to take over the helm.
Aubrey Sims is leaving Snyder after just two years at the helm of the Tigers football program.
The search for Wayne Hutchinson's replacement in Stamford came to an end Monday, and they did not have to look far either. The Bulldogs chose to hire from within their own program and named Ronnie Casey as their next head coach.
Eastland head football coach Brian Hulett has been hired to the same position by Class 4A Springtown.
After weeks of searching, the Anson Tigers have named Chris Hagler as their next head football coach.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes announced the 250 athletes and cheerleaders that will make up this year's all-star class on Sunday.
A total of five Big Country players were named to the Texas Sportswriters Association Class 2A All-State 1st Team. Among them is Co-Defensive Player of the Year Mason Reed from Cisco.
The Texas Sportswriters Association has released their 2013 Class 1A All-State teams, and a total of five Big Country players were named to the first team.
Steve Freeman is out as head football coach after four years at the helm in Breckenridge.
Most coaches have a game plan when it comes to where they'll play in district for the next two years. Sometimes that allows them to get a jump start on their non-district schedule as well.
After a two year turn-around in Anson head football coach Keith Woolf is leaving for Bastrop Cedar Creek.
The FCA introduced the coaches for this year's All-Star Festival that will for the first time will include baseball and softball.
The Cisco Loboes are state champions after knocking off Refugio in the Class 2A Div. II title game on Thursday night.
The Stamford Bulldogs were able to rally from a 28-7 second half deficit to bring home their second straight state championship.
The Stamford Bulldogs make their third straight trip to the state title game at AT&T Stadium.
The Cisco Loboes and Stamford Bulldogs remain among the top teams in the state heading to AT&T Stadium.
The Cisco Loboes wasted little time punching their ticket to AT&T Stadium on Saturday afternoon against Leonard.
The Stamford Bulldogs are on their way back to the Class 1A Div. I state title game after knocking off Hico on Saturday afternoon.
The Albany Lions had their season end at the hands of a highly ranked Wellington squad on Saturday afternoon in the state semifinals.
The Tigers run for a perfect season came up just short on Saturday against Crowell.
A fast start by Tascosa helped push the Rebels to a 61-43 victory over Cooper on Friday night.
With the Six-Man state championship games just a couple days away, the UIL announced on Tuesday that AT&T Stadium will enforce new security policies for high school events.
A total of five Big Country teams remain ranked by Harris Ratings, and three of them are still alive in the playoffs after the quarterfinal round.
Three Big Country teams moved on to the state semifinals, and will have to get ready for a short week with the games this upcoming weekend. Here's a list of locations for those games.
The Stamford Bulldogs held off New Deal to advance to the state semifinals on Monday afternoon.
The road to AT&T Stadium is never an easy one, and this week the Stamford Bulldogs could be facing their biggest speed-bump in the path back to the state title game.
The fourth round of the playoffs are right around the corner. Here's a list of all the quarterfinal matchups for the teams still alive in the playoffs from the Big Country.
The Cisco Loboes have cruised to an undefeated run through the regular season, and playoffs. This week on the other hand could be their biggest test of the season thus far.
The Eastland Mavericks are moving on after their third round win over Bangs on Monday night in Brownwood.
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.
The Stamford Bulldogs are this week's big movers out of the five Big Country teams that are ranked by Harris Ratings.
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.
The Ira Bulldogs season came to an end Saturday night at the hands of the Crowell Wildcats.
The Goldthwaite Eagles survived a defensive struggle against district rival DeLeon on Friday night at Gordon Wood Stadium.
The Loraine Bulldogs were eliminated from the postseason on Friday night by the Grandfalls-Royalty Cowboys.
The Albany Lions rallied to defeat the Iraan Braves on Friday afternoon in Big Spring.
The Cooper Cougars will look to advance to the state quarterfinals for the first time since 2000 on Saturday afternoon. Standing in their way will be 2012 division two state runner up Cedar Hill.
The Cisco Loboes punched their ticket to the regional quarterfinals with a win over Abernathy on Friday afternoon.
The Stamford Bulldogs moved on to the state quarterfinals with a convincing win over Sundown on Friday afternoon.
The regional round is right around the corner, and many Big Country teams remain in the playoffs. Here's a complete list of the upcoming games.
A total of six Big Country teams are ranked by Harris this week, with five of them remaining in the postseason.
The area round of the football playoffs are right around the corner. Here's a list of the pairings involving the Big Country teams remaining in the postseason.
The Cooper's potent rushing attack helped push the Cougars past Arlington Lamar in the area round of the playoffs Friday night.
The Cisco Loboes continued their perfect season Friday night with a win over Spearman at a chilly Lowery Field in Lubbock.
The Ira Bulldogs survived a close contest against Garden City in a top five match-up on Friday night.
After one week of playoff football, a total of six Big Country teams remain ranked in the Harris Ratings Top Ten heading to the area round.
The Breckenridge Buckaroos season came to an end Saturday afternoon at the hands of the second ranked Wall Hawks.
The Abilene Christian High School Panthers knocked off Greenville Christian on Saturday afternoon in the first round of the playoffs.