Shutouts swept across the Trans-Pecos football world this weekend.
The Marfa Shorthorns lost 48-0 to the Garden City Bearkats in an away game, setting their record back to 1-7. The Fort Davis Indians had slightly more defense, losing 46-0 to the Rankin Red Devils who remain lossless on the year. In brighter news, the Fort Stockton Panthers won their first game of the year with an impressive 64-0 shutout of the Anthony Wildcats.
In games where both teams managed to score, the Sierra Blanca Vaqueros took down the Dell City Cougars 66-33, the Alpine Fightin’ Bucks beat the Stanton Buffaloes 41-17, and the Van Horn Eagles lost their eighth straight game to the McCamey Badgers with a final score of 40-6.
In Permian Six Man Footbal, the Crane Cranes beat the Coahoma Bulldogs 24-6, keeping the Cranes perfect record in tact. The Grandfalls Royalty Cowboys dominated the Balmorhea Bears 69-14, taking their seventh straight win. Finally, the Monahans Loboes won a tight game against the Snyder Tigers, with a final score of 35-34.
In Eleven Man Permian football, the Permian Panthers took home a close win as well, beating the Cooper Cougars 54-53 . Over at Midland Lee Highschool, the Rebels won their game against the Tascosa Rebels 42-28 to bump their record up to 7-1.
Finally, the Sul Ross Lobos lost yet again, this week 61-14 to Louisiana College. The Lobos record is now a dismal 0-6.