Munday in Albany tonight as they look for their first win of the season.
It's not often you find a match-up of defending state champions in Week 1, but that's exactly what fans of Munday and Stamford had Friday night.
The Moguls go on to win 48-6 over Wellington and are heading back to the State Championship for the second year in a row.
The Moguls roll through the Holliday Friday night, winning 49-17
The Munday Moguls are 3-0 after their 1st 3 weeks of the season, and it wasn't supposed to be as easy as they made it look.
The Wylie Bulldogs make their 1st appearance in our countdown of the top match ups of 2012. The Bulldogs are set to be at home to take on Graham in Week 2.
For the 2nd week in a row, the Cooper Cougars are playing in one of the best match ups of the week.
It will be interesting to see if there is any one in Class 1A Division 2 who will be able to outrun Munday Mogul Quarterback Dee Paul.
Cooper, Wylie and Munday are all featured in the Top Match Ups of 2012.
Dee Paul returns for his senior year as the district's preseason offensive MVP and he is the preseason Class A Division 2 Player of the Year. Texas Football says the SMU commit is the biggest star in Class A.
Munday and Winters doing battle Friday night just north of town in Anson.
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.
Tenaha quarterback Reginald Davis proved to be too much for the Munday Moguls in the Class A Div. II state championship game on Thursday.
The Munday Moguls are back in the title game for the 1st time since they won the championship game in 2007.
2007. The last time the Munday Moguls brought back a state title. It wasnt that long ago, but its a feeling no one on this football team has experienced, but come Thursday under the lights of Cowboys Stadium, they finally hope they will.
The Munday Moguls will be the 1st of 3 Big Country Football Teams to play in the State Championship
This game was never really close when Munday and Wellington squared off in Childress this evening.
For the Munday Moguls, Friday's win over Windthorst was one of the most rewarding wins of the season. Not only did they get a win over a district opponent, but they now have a spot in the semifinals. The Moguls are hoping that the momentum of Friday's win over Windthorst will continue into this week and Friday's game against Wellington.
And then there were four. Four Big Country teams remain in the state playoffs with a chance to take home the State Title.
Munday and Windthorst, two programs who are very familiar with each other. Here are your highlights...
The Munday Moguls are back in the State Quarterfinals for the 3rd time since 2007. And for the 2nd year in a row, they have to get past the Windthorst Trojans.
This week's Harris Ratings feature the usual suspects with one new face after last weekends action.
#3 Munday Moguls and Crosbyton Chiefs in Colorado City for the Regional Semi-finals.
Munday vs. Ralls (Munday-61, Ralls-13)
Windthorst vs. Munday (Windthorst-56, Munday-34)
Munday vs. Electra (Munday-58, Electra-12)
The Munday Moguls are ranked 3rd in Class A Division 2 this week. They started the season by getting drubbed by Stamford, but the Moguls have bounced right back to win 5 straight.
Eastland is the biggest mover of the 13 Big Country schools in the Harris Ratings Top 25 for Week 7 of the 2011 season.
Munday vs. Quanah (Munday-63, Quanah-0)
12 Big Country schools are in the Harris Ratings Top 25 heading into Week 5 of the 2011 season.
Munday vs. Roscoe (Munday-55, Roscoe-6)
Hawley leads 14 Big Country schools in the Harris Ratings Top 25.
Munday vs. Haskell (Munday-54, Haskell-13)
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.
The Weekly Harris Ratings were released today and there was some movement after last fridays games.
The Abilene high eagles started the season as the 18th ranked team in the state according to Harris, but the eagles took a leap forward.
High School Football kicked off the start of the season Thursday with the first game of the Champions Classic at Shotwell Stadium. The Munday Moguls taking on the Stamford Bulldogs. But the Moguls answer back quickly, Right after the Bulldog touchdown, Moguls' Garrett Weaver with the kick off return... Takes it all the way and ties the game at 6-6 a piece. Lightning delay will halt the game in the 1st quarter for 30 minutes. Mogul QB Dee Paul comes out not dress due to an apparent ankle injury. First play back into action. Big Hutch takes the snap...going deep for Jesse Ramos. 85 yard throw to Ramos and will will take the it rest of the way into the endzone, giving the Bulldogs a 20-6 lead.
The Moguls are 4th in Class A Division 2, The Bulldogs are 10th in Class A Division 1.
Bulldogs on their first posession... Hagen Hutchenson cant find anyone open so he'll do it himself.. great blocks from the o-line.. He gets out of the secondary, and off he goes, Into the endzone, and right off the bat Stamford takes a 6-0 lead for the Bulldogs.
The final score 47-21 Stamford over Munday
But the Moguls answer back quickly, Right after the Bulldog touchdown, Moguls' Garrett Weaver with the kick off return... Takes it all the way and ties the game at 6-6 a piece.
Lightning delay will halt the game in the 1st quarter for 30 minutes. Mogul QB Dee Paul comes out not dress due to an apparent ankle injury.
First play back into action. Big Hutch takes the snap...going deep for Jesse Ramos. 85 yard throw to Ramos and will will take the it rest of the way into the endzone, giving the Bulldogs a 20-6 lead.
The Champions Classic begins Thursday night at Shotwell Stadium with three great games to begin the season.
The Munday Moguls get the 2010 season started on Thursday night at Shotwell Stadium in the Champions Classic.
The Munday Moguls season ended Friday evening at Buckaroo Stadium in Breckenridge at the hands of the Windthorst Trogans.
The Windthorst Trojans expect an improved Munday team to come to Breckenridge on Friday.
#3 Munday comes from behind to top #9 Hamlin, 35-19.
Munday opened the scoring for the night, getting a "close call" touchdown in the first against Iraan.
The Munday Moguls jumped out to a big 1st quarter lead over Roscoe and never let the Plowboys back in the game.
The 2010 high school football playoffs begin on Thursday night for 5 Big Country teams.
McMurry University takes its 3-4 record to Brownwood Tuesday night to face the Yellow Jackets of Howard Payne at Brownwood Coliseum in the American Southwest Conference opener at 7 p.m.