Odessa, TX — Prior to Friday’s non-district meeting between Permian and Southlake Carroll, the Dragon cheerleaders presented a check for over 21 thousand dollars to the Odessa Community Foundation. SLC went on to hand out a 48-7 defeat of the Panthers.
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Odessa, TX — The month of August saw two devastating events that will be forever shared by two West Texas communities. Not because of the evil that was spewed on two tragic days, but for the strength the cities of El Paso and Odessa possess as we begin our recovery together.
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Odessa, TX — It was a day of unity – a day to start the healing process between two communities dealing with tragedy. The 2019 season home opener for Permian left more questions than provide answers in a 49-28 loss to El Paso Franklin on Thursday night.
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DeSoto, TX — The Eagles wasted no time unleashing their potent offense on the Panthers in the season opener at Eagle Stadium. Permian fell behind 21-7 in the first quarter. Mojo was able to match DeSoto the remainder of the game, but came up short 35-14 in the non-district clash.
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ODESSA — Considered by many as The Authority on Texas high school and college football, the 2019 edition of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine hit store shelves this week. The magazine is projecting Permian to finish third in District 2-6A.
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ODESSA – An Odessa native will fill the empty spot in the Permian coaching staff. Mason Munguia has been hired to fill the position vacated by Ron King. Coach King announced his retirement earlier this Spring. Continue reading “Local Talent Fills Coaching Spot”
ODESSA – While Spring Training is still several weeks away, plans are already being finalized for the 2019 non-district schedule. Permian will be hosting the Aztecs from California’s Palm Desert High School on September 20 at Ratliff Stadium for Homecoming. Continue reading “Texas Versus California Date Set”