ARLINGTON, TX — The second round of the UIL Texas High School Football Playoffs came to a close tonight, Nov. 20, as the Midland Legacy Rebels (10-1) traveled to Arlington and took on the Southlake Carroll Dragons (11-0) at Globe Life Field at 8 p.m. RB Mikhilyn Young never quite got going on the ground, and the rest of the Rebels’ offense fell flat for much of the game. Southlake Carroll won handily tonight, 42-7.
EL PASO, TX — High school football playoffs kicked off as the San Angelo Central Bobcats (4-6) traveled back to El Paso to take on the Eastlake Falcons (9-1) at Socorro Stadium at 6 p.m.. The ‘Cats had their struggles throughout the season but finally pulled everything together for a strong performance. Though the Bobcats played well enough to win the game, last-second heroics by the Falcons ended the ‘Cats hopes of advancing to the second round of the playoffs as they fell 21-17.
MIDLAND, TX — In a game that decided the District 2-6A title, the Odessa Permian Panthers (7-2)(4-1) traveled to Grande Communications Stadium in Midland to do battle with the ever dominant Midland Legacy Rebels (8-1)(5-0) Friday night, Nov. 5, at 7 pm.
SAN ANGELO, TX -- In his 13th year serving as a member of the San Angelo Central High School Athletics Booster Club, Club President Joe Guttery has been named the 2021 Dave Campbell's Texas Football Community Connector.