ABILENE, TX — The San Angelo Central Bobcats traveled up to Abilene at Abilene Christian University’s Anthony Field on Thursday night, Dec. 17, to take on the V.R. Eaton Eagles in the second round of the 6A Division 2 UIL state football playoffs. With the adversity of starting quarterback Malachi Brown out of the lineup with a medical emergency the night previous, the Bobcats had their work cut out for them to take on a talented squad from the DFW Metroplex. Although the Bobcats fought hard all night, Brown’s absence, along with the talent on the other side of the ball, proved to be too much for the ‘Cats. The Bobcats ended their season tonight with a loss, 40-16.
SAN ANGELO, TX — Riding a two-game losing streak entering the playoffs, the San Angelo Central Bobcats took an eight hour road trip in a bus out to El Paso to take on the El Paso Eastlake Falcons. Following a fireworks filled performance from both teams and a combined 89 points inside an empty stadium due to the pandemic, the Bobcats take home the Bi-District title, 54-35.
FREDERICKSBURG, TX — Cementing a historic season and pursuing a state title, the Christoval Cougars took on the Falls City Beavers in the State Semi-final tonight, Dec. 4, in Fredericksburg. The Cougars, who have met little resistance thus far in the playoffs, finally came up against an opponent who punched back. A back and forth slugfest for much of the contest finally came to an end with Falls City on top. Christoval fought hard until the end but came up just short, 27-18.
SAN ANGELO, TX — With the Little Southwest Conference title on the line, the San Angelo Central Bobcats traveled over to the Permian Basin at Grande Communications Stadium to take on a talented Midland Lee Rebel squad on Friday, Nov. 27.
A game with serious conference championship implications kicked off at San Angelo Stadium tonight, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. as the San Angelo Central Bobcats took on their long time rival, the Odessa Permian Panthers.
MIDLAND, TX — Riding a three-game conference winning streak, the San Angelo Central Bobcats made their way out to Midland to take on the Midland High Bulldogs tonight, Nov. 6, in a must-win matchup to stay in first place in the Little Southwest Conference. Offensive fireworks and a record-breaking performance by Malachi Brown lifted the Bobcats over the Bulldogs, and the ‘Cats clinched a playoff berth in the win. The score was 54-31.
SAN ANGELO, TX — Seeking to remain hot after two dominating wins in as many weeks, the San Angelo Central Bobcats took on the Odessa High Bronchos tonight, Oct. 30th, at San Angelo Stadium. The Bobcats, who are 2-0 in conference play, continued their winning ways in an overwhelming fashion. The ‘Cats’ defensive front proved to be way too much for the Bronchos, sacking the Odessa High quarterback more than five times. Central quarterback Malachi Brown and the rest of the offense continued to play at an impressive level, and the Bobcats put up 38 points on homecoming night to win, 38-7.
LUBBOCK, TX — After achieving their first win of the season last week, and an opening district win, the San Angelo Central Bobcats sought to keep up the momentum as they challenged the Frenship Tigers tonight, Oct. 23 in Wolfforth. The Tigers, who also came into tonight’s contest 1-0 in the district, proved themselves a tough challenge for the Bobcats for much of this game.
Still hungry for their first win of the season after a heartbreaking loss in the final seconds to A&M Consolidated last week, the San Angelo Central Bobcats began conference play tonight, Oct. 16. With the Little Southwest Conference back together again, the ‘Cats dominated the Abilene High Eagles in every facet of the game. Behind five touchdown passses from quarterback Malichi Brown, the Bobcats hung 53 points on the Eagles and won their district opener, 53-32.
Following a tough defeat at the Hereford Whitefaces’ hands last week, the Lake View Chiefs opened up district play tonight, Oct. 15. Hoping for a better outing against the Fort Stockton Panthers at San Angelo Stadium, the Chiefs seemed ready. However, the inability to stop the run along with mental mistakes and multiple turnovers sunk the Chiefs’ chance at a win. Lake View gets pummeled tonight and lose their district opener, 65-28.