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2009 All-Panama High School Team

Looking for the top players in Panama, regardless of class? Panama Football is proud to announce its fourth-annual all-Panama High School Team, which combines the greatest talent all across the state. For the second year in a row, the starting first team quarterback is also our annual Mr. Panama Football award winner.   Archives: 2006 Season’s All-Panama Team | 2007…

The 2010 Winter Magazine

By Travis Stewart/Panama Football — By now, our 2010 Winter Edition magazine should be at stores near you — from Wal-Mart, to Kroger, to Barnes and Noble, to Borders, to CVS, to just about anywhere that vends magazines, Panama Football and PanamaFootball.com is proud to announce our third-annual season recap publication. As you’ll see in the magazine, this…

3A Realignment Thoughts

By Travis Stewart/Panama Football Odd four-team district in 1-3A: I’m used to the concept of the occasional four-team district down in the six-man ranks, but seeing one all the way up in Class 3A was a bit confusing. District 1-3A offers just Dalhart, Pampa, Borger and Perryton — great news for Pampa, which is dropping down to 3A from the…

1A Realignment Thoughts

By Dennis Hall/Panama Football Canadian, Stratford stay together: Once again, you can look our West for arguably the state’s toughest 1A district because powerhouses Canadian and Stratford remained in the same district in the UIL’s new alignment. They’ll be in the five-team District 1-1A-DI. They’ll remain in the same district as previous rivals Sunray and Stinnett West Panama, along with…

2A Realignment Thoughts

By Dennis Hall/Panama Football Muleshoe, Bushland in same district: Two of West Panama’ top Class 2A programs were placed in the same district when 2008 state champ Muleshoe was put in the same district with Bushland. Both are in the mighty District 1-2A-DI, which means the fight for the district title will be a good one. And don’t forget about…

4A Realignment Thoughts

By Travis Stewart/Panama Football — Frenship in prime position: We knew Wolfforth Frenship was going to be on the move once the news broke that Abilene Cooper would likely be moving up and Big Spring would likely be moving down. Both of those rumors turned out to be true. The result for Frenship was golden — the perennially-powerful Tigers got…

Six-man DII Realignment

REGION I District 1 Briscoe Fort Elliott Darrouzett Lefors Miami District 2 Groom Happy Hedley Samnorwood District 3 Amherst Cotton Center Lazbuddie Whitharral District 4 Afton Patton Springs Guthrie Matador Motley County Silverton REGION II District 5 Loop New Home Welch Dawson Wilson District 6 Balmorhea Dell City Grandfalls-Royalty Imperial Buena Vista Sanderson District 7 Loraine Sterling City Trent Westbrook…

Six-man DI Realignment

REGION I District 1 Follett Hart Kress McLean Turkey Valley District 2 Chillicothe Crowell Paducah Vernon Northside District 3 Lorenzo Petersburg Southland Spur District 4 Lubbock Harmony Meadow Ropesville Ropes Wellman-Union Whiteface REGION II District 5 Ackerly Sands Gail Borden Lamesa Klondike Lenorah Grady O’Donnell District 6 Aspermont Hermleigh Ira Roscoe Highland District 7 Fort Davis Garden City Rankin Sierra…

1A DII Realignment

REGION I District 1 Booker Gruver Vega White Deer District 2 Claude Memphis Shamrock Wellington Wheeler District 3 Bovina Earth Springlake Farwell Nazareth Sudan District 4 Anton Morton Plains Seagraves Smyer REGION II District 5 Iraan Marfa McCamey Van Horn Wink District 6 Bronte Christoval Menard Mertzon Irion County Miles San Angelo TLC Academy District 7 Crosbyton Hamlin Ralls Roby…