For the second week in a row, the Abilene High Eagles were in Midland. This week they were taking on the Midland High Bulldogs with a chance to return to the playoffs, after missing the postseason in 2013.
The Cooper Cougars took on the Lubbock Cooper Pirate at Shotwell Stadium.
The Wylie Bulldogs welcomed the Big Spring Steers to Bulldog Stadium. The winner would lock up a share of the district title.
The 24th Brownwood Lions took on the Tigers of Snyder at Gordon Wood Stadium.
The Bangs Dragons, having already locked up a playoff spot, looked to make some noise as they welcomed in the Wall Hawks.
The Coleman Bluecats were looking to add to their undefeated season as they welcomed Coahoma to town.
The Cisco Loboes were looking to pick up their ninth win of the season as they welcomed the Jacksboro Tigers to Chesley Field.
The Clyde Bulldogs welcomed the Early Longhorns to town, with the winner of the game clinching a spot in the playoffs.
The Albany Lions have been on a roll this season, jumping out to an 8-0 overall record. They'd look to continue that success as they took on the Cross Plains Buffaloes.
The Roscoe Plowboys welcomed the Menard Yellow Jackets in a battle to two 2-1 teams.
The Winters Blizzards looked to stay undefeated in district play as they welcomed the Miles Bulldogs to town.
Brent Abilez has taken over the Wylie program for long time head coach Kathryn Gilreath, who retired from coaching last year.
Cougars tight end Caleb Freeman has become a go to man for head coach Todd Moebes this year when his team needs a first down or a big play.
Derek Scott showed that Abilene High can depend on his arm when the running game is absent.
Two years ago, the Roscoe Plowboys won just two games. Last year, though improved, they still missed the playoffs. This season they are 2-1 in district play and certainly have a shot at making the playoffs.
The Brownwood Lions continue District 3-4A Division I play Friday night with a game against the Snyder Tigers
The Bangs Dragons are right in the thick of the District 3-3A Division I championship hunt, but they have to clear a big hurdle this week at home.
The Region I-6A tennis tournament is coming to Abilene again this year, and the Abilene High Eagles are competing for the title.
All the parts of the Coleman offense are working together well, and its showing. They are averaging 43 points a game this year.
While it was no surprise that Dallas Cowboys quarterback didn't practice on Wednesday after suffering that back injury on Monday night against the Washington Redskins, the big question is will he be ready to play on Sunday.
Head coach Ken Collums and his team are preparing to take on conference leader Central Arkansas. Collums has a history with the Bears.
The Wildcats continue their ride through the very tough Southland Conference, and while they are not getting embarrassed by anybody, head coach Ken Collum's team hasn't been able to get a victory over the elite in the league.
The Cooper Cougars are getting ready for the Region I-5A Tennis Tournament this week.
The Abilene High Eagles survived a scare from Midland Lee to improve their district record to 2-1 with a 24-17 victory.
The Cooper Cougars worked hard all week to get ready for the final push in the regular season.
The Dallas Cowboys getting beat by the Washington Redskins on Monday Night Football 20-17 in overtime.
Jaquan Hemphill rushed 439 yards. That's right, he rushed for 439 yards on just 19 carries. He averaged 23 yards a carry and found the end zone five times.
The latest Harris Ratings are out, and the Sweetwater Mustangs are the biggest movers, cracking the top 10 for the first time this season.
The Wylie Bulldogs dominated the Snyder Tigers on both sides of the ball and walked away from Tiger Stadium with a 40-10 victory.
HSU sophomore Jordan Lara is the ASC Soccer co-Offensive Player of the Week, and HSU senior defender Katie Haltiwanger is the ASC Soccer Defensive Player of the Week.
The Bulldogs dominated the line of scrimmage on the offensive side of the ball, and the play of the offensive line helped paved the way for another big night for running back Clay Johnston.
A look around the league from all of Sunday's action.
ACU’s offense turned the ball over four times Saturday afternoon and the Sam Houston State defense returned two of them for touchdowns as the Bearkats rolled to a 38-21 win over the Wildcats in a Southland Conference action at Bowers Stadium.
ABILENE, Texas – McMurry University could not overcome five of its own miscues in falling to Lone Star Conference second-place team Tarleton State, 64-7, at Wilford Moore Stadium. The War Hawks fell to 2-5 overall and dropped to 1-5 in the LSC.
BROWNWOOD, Texas -- Hardin-Simmons' football team won its fifth straight game with a 51-20 win over Howard Payne on Saturday afternoon in American Southwest Conference action at Gordon Wood Stadium.
The Abilene High Eagles were looking to get their second district win of the season as they went to Midland to take on the Lee Rebels.
The Wylie Bulldogs traveled to Snyder to take on the Tigers. Wylie was looking to beat the Tigers for the third year in a row, and Snyder was looking for district win number one.
Sweetwater and Monahans faced off in the Mustang Bowl as the Mustangs were looking to improve to 3-0 in district play.
The eighth ranked and unbeaten Eastland Mavericks took on 18th ranked Henrietta Bearcats.
The Colorado City Wolves rebounded this week as they defeated the Ballinger Bearcats with a final score of 56-13.
The Coleman Bluecats took on the Stanton Buffaloes as they looked to remain unbeaten on the season.
The Early Longhorns hosted the Merkel Badgers in District 3-3A Division 1 play. The Early Longhorns got their second district win.
The Stamford Bulldogs are now 3-0 after a 40-6 win over the Anson Tigers.
The Windthorst Trojans came from behind to shock the Hawley Bearcats.
The Hamlin Pied Pipers took on the Haskell Indians at Piper stadium.
The Sweetwater Mustangs are on the verge of snapping one of their longest playoff droughts in the last 30 years.
The AHS Eagles are one of the teams to beat in the district, and the defense is a big reason.
The CIsco Loboes are now 7-0 on the season, and there defense has been playing lights out.
Hamlin has had a great year and you do not have to look much further than the backfield duo of Caymon Georges and Tyrone Johnson.
This week the War Hawks return home for the final time this season to take on Tarleton State.