Thanksgiving came early for the Bandera football team when it turned the Cuero Gobblers into drumsticks in a close 16-15 win on the road on Friday, Oct. 11. The victory
The Medina girls’ cross country team placed second in the district cross country race held at the Arms of Hope on Monday, Oct. 14, qualifying the team to compete in
The Medina football team and its fans had another long trip on another long night of being on the wrong end of a big score. The Bobcats lost to Richland
The Bandera High School volleyball team has been performing very well, with a record of 17-12. The team won the Consolation Gold Division at Spikefest in Corpus Christi and also
The Bandera High School tennis team will have open courts to practice on at the Flying L Ranch Resort one day a week through the off-season, team officials have said.
The young and still learning Medina Bobcats are going to the school of hard knocks in the challenging 2019 season. And as Medina Head Football Coach Kurt Nichols keeps saying,
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