Midland High Head Coach Craig Yenzer Announces Retirement
Tony Venegas

Photo by James Durbin/Midland Reporter-Telegram One of the most recognizable names in West Texas coaching circles is calling it a career. According to CBS7 in Midland/Odessa, Midland High head coach Craig Yenzer announced his retirement as the head football coach of the Bulldogs. Per the report, the Midland Independent School District confirmed the announcement. This … Continue reading “Midland High Head Coach Craig Yenzer Announces Retirement”

Midland High Had A Fantastic 2016, Now To Keep Up The Momentum
Hunter Cooke

Photo via James Durbin, Midland Reporter-Telegram   Editor’s Note: This was written before the retirement of Craig Yenzer, Midland High’s head coach. They will be hiring a new coach shortly. (12-16-17) A 9-3 season isn’t exactly what many top schools around the state would call an amazing season. However, with most things, we have to … Continue reading “Midland High Had A Fantastic 2016, Now To Keep Up The Momentum”

Midland High wins Bi-District Title over El Dorado with offensive explosion
Tony Venegas

Photo via TexasHSFootball.com By: Tony Venegas November 11th, 2016   Midland and El Dorado entered Thursday’s bi-district showdown with two high-powered offenses matching up. When the dust had settled, the Bulldogs made enough key defensive stops to win a 73-52 shootout over the El Dorado Aztecs. For Midland, it was their first playoff win since … Continue reading “Midland High wins Bi-District Title over El Dorado with offensive explosion”

TexasHSFootball’s Week Ten Game Of The Week: Midland vs. San Angelo Central
Hunter Cooke

Photo via TexasHSFootball.com By: Hunter Cooke October 25th, 2016   Our Game of the Week this week is yet another clash that might decide a district title: Midland High vs. San Angelo Central. San Angelo Central is a known commodity, they’ve been good for quite some time now. In 2015, they had a mere two … Continue reading “TexasHSFootball’s Week Ten Game Of The Week: Midland vs. San Angelo Central”

The Watchlist: 5 Big Texas High School Games To Keep Your Eye On
Hunter Cooke

Photo via John Glaser, TexasHSFootball.com By: Hunter Cooke (@HunterTXHSFB) October 7th, 2016   Galena Park North Shore vs. Atascocita Both of these schools are without a doubt headed to Division 1 in the playoffs, so we’re looking at a matchup for both the division title and playoff seeding. Both of these team’s defenses are more … Continue reading “The Watchlist: 5 Big Texas High School Games To Keep Your Eye On”

Texas High School And College Football Roundtable Picks – Week Seven
Dean Bisceglia, Warren Schorr, Tony Venegas

Photo via TexasHSFootball.com By: Dean Bisceglia, Warren Schorr, Tony Venegas October 7th, 2016   Dean Bisceglia Westlake/Lake Travis This will be the the second week of Sam Ehlinger being back under center for the Chaps. Westlake hasn’t beat Lake Travis in eight years! EIGHT, that is two full graduating classes that haven’t seen the day that the … Continue reading “Texas High School And College Football Roundtable Picks – Week Seven”

The Morning After – Breaking Down All That Was In Texas High School Football’s Week Six
Hunter Cooke

Photo via John Glaser, TexasHSFootball.com By: Hunter Cooke (@HunterTXHSFB) October 1st, 2016   Offensive Stat Monster: Jacob Frazier – QB – Magnolia UPDATED LINE: @DogFootball QB Jacob Frazier 40 of 48 for 643 yards and 10 TDs #txhsfb @ChronColeman @dctf @texashsfootball — Joshua Koch (@jokoch09) October 1, 2016 Yeah, that’s a lot of yards and a … Continue reading “The Morning After – Breaking Down All That Was In Texas High School Football’s Week Six”