Fall Break brings Thursday night football for three of Texas County’s four high school football teams, and for one, a win Thursday will go a long way to securing at least a playoff berth, if not a first round home game.
The road to success has not been an easy one for the Guymon High School football team. Plagued by injuries and playing in one of the toughest 5A districts in Oklahoma, Guymon heads into Friday’s game against Bishop McGuinness after a 34-3 loss at No. 12 Piedmont a week ago.
Two games into the district seasons for area high school football teams means that leaders are starting to emerge. And after this week’s games, the road ahead will become that much clearer for Texas County’s prep squads.
GOODWELL — Student athletes and coaches from all ten NCAA Division II sports at Panhandle State gathered Wednesday evening, in the Oscar Williams Field House, for a meeting called by University President Dr. Tim Faltyn, Athletic Director and Head Coaches.
The Guymon Lady Tigers dropped a pair of District 5A-1 games at home Friday afternoon. Deer Creek-Edmond came to town and grabbed wins of 15-0 and 15-1. The Lady Tigers evened out at 15-15 overall and 7-7 in district play.