Season Pass is anything but trash. On tonight's excellent show, we take a look at the Central Bobcats as they opened up district play in their brand new 3-6A alignment. Then, it's time to visit with our 23 other high school teams. Right after that, it's Angelo State's turn to shine as the football Rams welcomed in the hated Tarleton State Texans for a pivotal Lone Star Conference game.
We take a gander at Week 4 of High School Football as Central looked to please the homecoming crowd by notching a victory against El Paso Pebble Hills, and avoid a losing streak. After that it's all Angelo St. as we have footage and coverage from football, volleyball and soccer.
Football, football, football. It's September. So, why in the world would I utter any other F-words out of my mouth? We'll dive right in like we always do with the high school teams. Central, Lake View and Wall were out of town. But, there was still plenty of action to be had in the area. We'll show it to you. Then, it's on to the college ranks as the Rams finally got to play a home game. Stick around for a while and see how they did. Then we reveal our player of the week.
Rain, rain, go away. Come again another day. It was ridiculously wet this entire past week. But that didn't stop us from going out and getting all the action from around the area. We start at San Angelo Stadium where the Lake View Chiefs were able to make some history. After that we check in with our other 23 high school football teams in Week 2 of the regular season. Then, an old Lone Star Conference rivalry was renewed, as Angelo St. traveled north to take on the Abilene Christian Wildcats....
Another Sunday night, another Season Pass. For tonight's episode, we have football aplenty as the high school season is officially here. We'll take you all around the area to see how everyone did. After that, Angelo St. kicked off its football and soccer seasons. See how the Rams and Belles are looking.
Season Pass is back and better than ever! Just kidding, we still got the same, dull host. But at least everything else is worthy of your admiration. As for this year's premiere, we preview the many teams the Concho Valley has to offer in the world of high school football. From the big boys of Central to the little squirts of Blackwell, we've got you covered. Then it's on to the sports of Angelo St. as football, volleyball, and soccer all enter into the spotlight.