When it comes to the month of November you think the obvious, turkey and football. But what about swimming? The Central swim team starts their season tomorrow and we caught up with them today about the start.
The Wall Hawks guaranteed themselves a playoff spot with their 27-6 win over Brady Friday Night. With One win to go to win the district crown out right, The only thing on the Hawks mind right now...the Bangs Dragons
ASU tied with WT, Midwestern St, and Tarleton St. in the LSC Standings.
ASU handles UTPB in three straight sets.
On to the college volleyball ranks Angelo State has been able to put together another impressive win streak and tonight the Belles are back inside the Junell Center taking on UTPB
Quite a few teams from around the Concho Valley have already punched their ticket to the land of playoff football. In class 5A, Lake View is one of those teams guaranteed a playoff spot.
The Central tennis team makes regionals for the 10th year in a row
Angelo State one of four teams in a race for 3 spots in the LSC playoffs.
Angelo State football is setting in the number ten spot in the region when today's regional rankings were released.
The first goal of the fall for the Central Bobcats football team was to finish the district schedule undefeated and claim another district crown. With just two weeks left in the district schedule, goal number one is within reach.
Coaches of the Angelo State football, soccer and men's basketball programs come by the studio to talk about their respective sports. Plus, highlights from football and soccer.
The Rambelles got back on top of the Lone Star Conference on Senior Day, defeating West Texas A&M, 3-0. Sierra Anderson netted two goals to lead ASU.
The ASU Ram hosted Eastern New Mexico for the final home game of the regular season.
The Central Bobcats remain top dogs [cats] in District 3-6A after beating the Odessa High Bronchos, 40-14 at San Angelo Stadium.
Wall hosted Brady for a big District Game that could determine the District Championship.
The Water Valley Wildcats hosted Veribest and won big in shut-out.
The Grape Creek Eagles hosted Reagan County for week 9 of High School football.
Sterling City won their first District game to Robert Lee, handing them their first loss on the season.
Colorado City played at Ballinger for week 9 of High School football.
The Lake View Chiefs held on late for the 30-25 win against the Lubbock High Westerners.
The Ozona Lions stay in a winning state of mind as they took care of Forsan in district play.
Bronte loses to Winters 46-14.
Sonora beats TLCA 49-0.
High School Football Week 9 Scores 10-24-14
Sterling City and Robert Lee both start fresh as District play begins Tomorrow. The Eagles will travel to Robert Lee for week 9 of High School Football.
The Angelo State football team understands that it's crucial to win next two games.
The visiting team in Friday nights big game are the Brady Bulldogs.
The Hawks and the Bulldogs are the only teams left in 3-3A that remain undefeated in District. At the end of the game on Friday, either Wall or Brady will walk away with their second overall loss on the season.
Wall Lady Hawks sweep TLCA in volleyball.
Central sweeps Permian on Senior Night to clinch the district championship
The Lake View Chiefs are coming off a much needed bye week. Not to mention the Chiefs health has been declining as the season has wore on, they have also had to deal with the loss of a classmate just a week ago. We caught up with the Chiefs this afternoon as they are ready to push on into district play with the playoffs on the line Friday night
Rams and Belles both finish in 2nd at MSU Stampede.
Offense puts up 615 total yards, and scores 57 points in their win against A&M Kingsville.
After starting 2014 10-0-1 the Belles soccer program has dropped their last three consecutive games
On the Angelo State Campus volleyball has had a tough schedule as of late,
The Central Bobcats are rolling along in district play behind a stingy defense and a duel threat quarterback. We caught up with the Bobcats today for this report
The head coaches of the football, volleyball and golf programs stop by and we take a look at last week's Midnight Madness.
The Rams of Angelo State rebound after a tough loss last week and move into a four-way tie for second place in the Lone Star Conference by taking care of Texas A&M Kingsville, 57-31.
The Rambelles were decked out in pink for their Dig Pink Match against Cameron, sweeping them in straight sets and putting an end to their two-game losing streak.
The Rambelles are coming off of a win against Cameron on Friday and kept that momentum going to sweep Midwestern State at home.
The No. 5 ranked Mason Punchers beat Junction for week 8 of High School football.
The Central Bobcats played at Midland High and went home with the victory.
The Miles Bulldogs beat Bronte after 13 years for their Homecoming game.
The Hornets get overran by Iraan by a final score of 68-7, dropping their first district contest.
High School Football Week 8 Scores
Irion County is set to start District Play tomorrow night at home. The Braves have not lost a game this season and are ranked number two in the State in 2A Division Two.
Central volleyball defeats Midland Lee 3-0 in their match supporting Breast Cancer Awareness.
Highlights from ASU's Midnight Madness event at the Junell Center.
ASU Football can improve to 5-2 overall and 3-2 in LSC play with a win over Texas A&M Kingsville this Saturday.
The Hawks traveled to Jim Ned last Friday to take on the Indians, but Mother Nature interrupted their plans and the game was rescheduled to this past Saturday.