The Bangs Dragons are moving on to the next round after knocking off Comanche on Friday night.
The Bangs Dragons are on their way back to the postseason after their win over Ingram-Tom Moore on Friday night.
The Early Longhorns made the trip out to Bangs tonight for a visit with the Dragons.
The Bangs Dragons fell to a highly ranked Wall squad on Friday night in a game with district title implications.
Grape Creek on the road in Bangs tonight to take on the Bangs Dragons.
The Bangs Dragons got back to even on the season with a win over Coleman on Friday night.
The 12th ranked Goldthwaite Eagles on the road taking on Bangs tonight.
The Clyde Bulldogs nearly doubled up the Bangs Dragons in their season opener on Friday night.
Wylie, Albany, Munday, Bangs, and Goldthwaite are featured in the Top Match Ups for Week 2 in the upcoming 2013 season.
J.T. Newton is back on the Players to Watch list for the 2nd straight year. The Senior quarterback's break out game last season came against Breckenridge in the bi-district round of the playoffs.
Abilene High, Cooper, Bangs, Ballinger, and Colorado City are featured in the Top Match Ups for Week 5 and Week 6.
The Brownwood Lions led the Big Country's contingent teams at the Division II State 7-on-7 tournament with an appearance in the quarterfinals.
The 1st day of the Division II State 7-on-7 Tournament is in the books, and 2 teams from the Big Country qualified for the Championship Bracket.
Cisco and Eastland are picked to win district championships in Class 2A football by Texas Football magazine.
A total of seven Big Country teams are represented in this year's state 7-on-7 tournament. On Sunday the pools for the teams that will make the trip to Leander next month.
The Bangs Dragons had a good seaso in 2012 with a trip to the regional semifinals, and if the 7-on-7 season is any indication, the Dragons will be good again in 2013.
The Bangs Dragons are on their way to the state 7-on-7 tournament after getting past Llano in the semifinals in the Brownwood qualifier on Saturday.
A total of nine big country baseball players were selected for the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-State Teams this year.
A pair of diving catches by the Bangs Dragons and Stamford Bulldogs share the number ten spot in our countdown of top ten plays.
A total of four Big Country baseball players were named to the UIL All-Tournament Teams on Sunday.
The Bangs Dragons are on their way to the UIL State Baseball Tournament for the first time, and their depth is a big reason why.
The Bangs Dragons are on their way to the state tournament for the first time in their history, and the excitement around the community is high.
The semifinal match-ups for the Bangs Dragons and Stamford Bulldogs are now set for this week's UIL State Tournament in Round Rock.
If you looked at the sign behind the Bangs Dragons' dugout at their home field. You would probably notice that despite all of their success they had never been to the state tournament. That all changed on Saturday at Hunter Field.
The Bangs Dragons are yet to lose a game to Wall this season. In the regular season that helped them pick up a district title, and on Thursday night that put the Dragons one win away from the state tournament.
The Bangs Dragons are now just one win away from advancing to the state touanrment for the first time.
The Bangs Dragons survived a slow start to win Game 1 over Wall in the Class 2A Regional Final series.
The Bangs dragons picked up a sweep over Idalou on Saturday afternoon, and advanced to the regional finals.
The Bangs Dragons were able to rally and move on in the playoffs in what could have been the final at-bat of their season on Saturday afternoon.
The Cisco Loboes were able to force a game three on Saturday night, but were unable to knock off the dragons in the night-cap.
The Bangs Dragons gained the top spot in district 6-2A on Saturday with a win over the Jim Ned Indians.
The Bangs Lady Dragons were able to pull away from the Jim Ned Lady Indians in their match-up Monday night.
The Jim Ned Indians were able to defeat the Bangs Dragons on Monday night thanks to a big final at-bat.
The Bangs Dragons kept their hot start to the season going with a win over Ballinger on Thursday afternoon.
The Eastland Mavericks moved on Friday night with a win over Bangs at Wylie Bulldog Stadium.
The Dragons were able to move on in the playoffs with an impressive victory over 2010 state champion Idalou.
Throughout their four game wining streak to end the regular season, the Bangs Dragons were barely tested. In the first round of the playoffs Breckenridge gave them everything they could handle.
A total of 14 teams in the big country are now in the second round of the high school playoffs.
The Bangs Dragons kept their hot streak going with a tough win Friday night over Breckenridge in the first round.
The Bangs Dragons enter the playoffs on a bit of a hot-streak. Winning their last four games, and scoring almost fifty points a game in the process. At the same time no team has got within 30 points of the Dragons. That means Bangs is hitting their peak at the right time of the year.
The Bangs Dragons enter Week 9 with a 3 and 1 record in District 3-2A Division I play, and they are right in the thick of the playoff hunt.
Bangs wins 56-24 over Comfort.
The Wall Hawks take this one 57-20 over the Bangs Dragons.
The Bangs getting the best of Grape Creek tonight, winning 61-8
A pair of 1 and 2 teams in Coleman tonight. The Bluecats and the Bangs Dragons.
The Playoffs are always the goal for teams at the start of the year, But the Bangs Dragons are well aware, that getting there takes one step at a time.
Bangs' quarterback J.T. Newton has one of the best arms in 3-2A Division 1, last season he threw for 2 thousand yards and 18 touchdowns. Even so- its still something he's been working on in the off season.
The Crosstown Showdown is the featured game of Week 5, and it will probably be for the District 2-5A championship.