Jim Ned has some big history when it comes to football. The most well known of course being Colt McCoy’s state finalist season in 2003 before he took his talents to Austin. The recent history, however, has been one Tuscola would like to move past, and a new era of Indian football began on Monday.
VIDEO & STORY: http://www.ktxs.com/news/new-era-starts-at-jim-ned-under-firstyear-head-coach-jerod-womack/34537610
At Wylie, it’s all about the next man up. This year at quarterback, though, Tyler Ward comes in with some excellent varsity experience.
VIDEO & STORY: http://www.ktxs.com/news/Ward-gives-Wylie-good-experience-at-quarterback-position/34519954
Wylie opened two-a-days on Monday morning, and the Bulldogs feel like they have a chip on their shoulders. Wylie wasn’t selected to repeat as District 3-4A DI champs, which gives them a little extra fuel to continue the program’s winning tradition.
There is nothing like football in West Texas. From Chuck Moser to Colt McCoy, the history dates back decades, and one stadium stood throughout it all: the Mustang Bowl.
VIDEO & STORY: http://www.ktxs.com/news/West-Texas-spirit-lives-in-Mustang-Bowl-76-years-of-history/34191456
The last time a McMurry War Hawk football player made an NFL 53-man roster was 1963. Jeret Smith got one step closer to ending that 52 year drought on Friday afternoon as he signed with the Kansas City Chiefs.
VIDEO & STORY: http://www.ktxs.com/news/From-Abilene-High-to-the-NFL-Jeret-Smith/33741964
Jim Ned grad Colt McCoy was in Abilene on Monday for his football camp. Coming off a good spring, McCoy is just over three weeks away from training camp determined to take over the redskins starting job.
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Washington Redskin quarterback and Jim Ned grad Colt McCoy returned home Monday morning to put on a football camp at Action Zone in Abilene.
The NCAA has made some big changes on the hardwood. We hit the local colleges to see what their women’s basketball teams think of the new rules.
VIDEO & STORY: http://www.ktxs.com/news/Local-colleges-react-to-new-women-s-basketball-rule-changes/33660882
Snyder was back in the 4A State Semifinals for the second-straight year on Thursday. The Lady Tigers faced Huffman Hargrave determined to pick up their first State tournament win in school history.
VIDEO & STORY: http://www.ktxs.com/news/Mistakes-costly-for-Snyder-in-4A-State-Semifinals/33401764
Hawley made the trip back to McCombs Field for the third-straight year. The Lady Bearcats haven’t been able to get over that Semifinal hump, and were determined to change that Wednesday afternoon against Shiner.
VIDEO & STORY: http://www.ktxs.com/news/hawley-suffers-devastating-loss-in-state-semifinals/33385770