The Wylie Bulldogs hosted the Jim Ned Indians. Both Wylie teams came away with wins.
A look at the second day of the Catclaw Classic.
A look at the first day of the Catclaw Classic.
All three Abilene high schools were in action on the hardwood Tuesday night.
The Graham Steers used a strong running game and 5 Wylie turnovers to beat the Bulldogs, 20-7.
Most of us are excited about the idea of a few days off around Thanksgiving, but high school football players relish the opportunity to practice and play this week.
Junior running back Jared Asbill was one of the offensive leaders on the night. Asbill carried the ball 14 times for 132 yards and he scored 4 of the Bulldogs 11 touchdowns.
Graham is next for head coach Hugh Sandifer and the Wylie Bulldogs.
A look at the playoff pairings for the Big County teams for the third week of the Texas High School Football Playoffs.
The Wylie Bulldogs traveled West to Midland for an area round match-up with the Levelland Lobos.
The Wylie Bulldogs are still alive and kicking after the first round of the Class 4A Division I playoffs.
The Wylie running game continued to shine over in Mineral Wells and the return of Trey Kleffner was a big key.
A look at what's in store for the Big Country teams in the Area Round of the playoffs.
The Wylie Bulldogs are bi-district champions after beating Wichita Falls Hirschi on Thursday night.
Clay Johnston is not your every day player, although he is an every down player.
It's playoff time for the schools in the state of Texas, and Wylie is a team that is on a roll as the postseason starts.
The Wylie Bulldogs are one of the hottest teams in the state heading into the first round of the high school football playoffs.
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 Wylie Bulldogs had already locked up a share of the 3-4A Div. I district title, but were looking to win it outright as they traveled east to take on the Stephenville Yellow Jackets.
Here are the playoffs scenarios for the high schools in the Big Country according to Texas Football Magazine.
Small school tennis in the state of Texas has belonged to the Wylie Bulldogs.
Wylie clinched at least a share of the District 4-3A Division I crown for the Bulldogs, but they want the outright title.
The Wylie Bulldogs took the lead in District 3-4A Division I on Friday night with a resounding 49-6 victory over the 5th ranked Big Spring Steers.
The Wylie Bulldogs welcomed the Big Spring Steers to Bulldog Stadium. The winner would lock up a share of the district title.
Brent Abilez has taken over the Wylie program for long time head coach Kathryn Gilreath, who retired from coaching last year.
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.
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.
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.
The Wylie Bulldogs got the district season started off on a good foot on Friday night by beating the Brownwood Lions 42-7 at Bulldog Stadium.
Clay Johnston is filling in for Trey Kleffner, and the rushing attack doesn't seem to be missing a beat.
The Wylie Bulldogs take on the Brownwood Lions at home.
The Wylie Bulldogs are coming off their open week, and they start the four week sprint to the end of the season on Friday night.
The latest Harris Ratings are out, and the Coleman Bluecats continue to climb the poll after their 28-0 win over Post.
The Wylie Bulldogs open district with their open date. However, they didn't just sit around on the week that they didn't play a game.
The Wylie Bulldogs have won three in a row, and it's in part due to a good performance by the offensive line.
The Wylie Bulldogs are done with the non-district portion of their schedule, finishing 4-2 in those games, and now find themselves with a bye week before they kick things off in district play.
The Wylie Bulldogs were back on the road this week as they traveled north to take on Vernon. The Bulldogs were coming into the game riding a two game winning streak, and were looking to make it three in a row tonight.
The Wylie Bulldogs upped their record to 3-2 on the season on Friday night with their 27-19 victory over the state ranked Liberty Hill Panthers.
The Wylie Bulldogs posted their 3rd win of the season on Friday night with a 27-19 victory over state ranked Liberty Hill.
The Coleman Bluecats have cracked the top ten in the latest version of the Harris Ratings.
The Wylie Bulldogs evened their record at 2-2 on the season on Friday night with a 28-12 victory over Class 5A Birdville.
Wylie topped Class 5A Birdville on Friday night 28-12 to even it's record at 2 wins and 2 loses. A combination of things helped lead to the victory.
The Cisco Loboes remain the top ranked team in Class 3A Div. II, and Sweetwater reappears in Class 4A Div. II rankings.
The Wylie Bulldogs were ready to get back on the field after their disappointing loss to Graham last week. This week the Bulldogs were back at home taking on Birdville.
Head coach Hugh Sandifer and his team lost for the second time this season last Friday night.
The Wylie Bulldogs started work Monday to put Friday night's loss to Graham behind them.
The Wylie Bulldogs got 1 in the win column in Week 2 of the new season on Friday night.
Trey Kleffner carried the ball 23 times for an astounding 357 yards and he found the end zone 5 times.
Head coach Hugh Sandifer and his Wylie Bulldogs are getting ready to hit the road to open the 2014 season.