Tobin McDuff & Jermaine Ferrell show they can dance!
Tobin's Final Poll for the 2014 season.
Highlights of Ascension Academy-Notre Dame(Boys & Girls) & OKC Storm-Hirschi(Boys)
Highlights from Amarillo Tascosa-Hirschi(girls) & Abilene Wylie-Burkburnett
Bowie's James “Tommy” Thompson inducted to Bowie Hall of Honor
Behind Austin Shaw’s second shutout of the season and a pair of power-play tallies, the Wichita Falls Wildcats blanked the Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees, 2-0, at the Kay Yeager Coliseum on Saturday on Jersey Off Our Back Night.
Highlights from Azle-Rider, Bowie-City View, Olney-Archer City, Newcastle-Throckmorton
Highlights from Azle-Rider, Bowie-City View, Seymour-Windthorst
Madi Davis scored 2 goals to lead the Rider Lady Raiders to a 6-0 win over the Socorro Lady Bulldogs Friday morning in the United Invitational Tournament. The game was played at Ervin Garnett Stadium.
Midwestern State Women's Basketball is the team of the week and already making history.
Monday night, the Ohio State Buckeyes claimed their 8th national title.
Quanah High School is looking for head football coach and athletic director.
If you're able to get to Arlington before the game, a seat in AT&T Stadium could be your... but it won't be cheap.
Friday Night Hoopla features Boswell-WFHS(boys & Girls) and Bridgeport-Hirschi(girls)
Johnathan Lazarus and Nick Farmer both registered three-point performances as the Wichita Falls Wildcats turned over the Topeka RoadRunners, 7-4, at the Kay Yeager Coliseum on Friday night.
The University of Texas of the Permian Basin President Dr. David Watts announced at a Friday morning press conference that Justin Carrigan has been named the first head football coach in UTPB history.
Our first team of the week for 2015 is once again making a push at being one of the best teams in Division II men's basketball.
On New Years Day, the Midwestern State women's basketball team defeated Texas Woman's in Denton.
"Booyah" or "Cool as the other side of the pillow!" Those are expressions and words that was brought to us by the late great Stuart Scott. The veteran ESPN sportscaster died after a years-long battle with cancer. He was 49 years old.
We preview the 2015 Boys H.S. Soccer season with the coaches from Rider, Wichita Falls, Hirschi, & Burkburnett.