Last year’s slugfest between Permian and Southlake Carroll drew attention from Permian Basin and Metroplex high school football fans alike. A fourth quarter rally by the Panthers came up four points short in the 24-20 Mojo loss at Dragon Stadium. Mojo will host the Carroll Dragons at Ratliff Stadium this time on a Black Cat Friday the 13th in September. Continue reading “Southlake Carroll at Permian”
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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Permian and El Paso Franklin again meet the second game of the season. Last year, the Panthers made the trip west and claimed a 43-27 victory. In 2019, Mojo will host the Cougars at Ratliff Stadium on September 5. Continue reading “El Paso Franklin at Permian”
EL PASO — After battling to a 14-14 tie at halftime, Permian put the Franklin Cougars away in the second half to cruise to a 43-27 victory. The Panthers improve to 1-1 for the year after the non-district win on Friday night at Franklin Stadium.
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ODESSA — Three first half Permian turnovers led to El Paso Eastwood taking a 28-14 halftime lead in the home opener for the Panthers. In the second half, Mojo slapped 42 points on the Troopers to claim a 56-34 victory on Friday night in Ratliff Stadium.
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EL PASO — After jumping out to a 41-0 halftime lead, Permian never looked back in the 61-0 lopsided shutout of the El Paso Franklin Cougars on Friday night at Franklin Stadium. Mojo quarterback Steve Steen made his presence known, scoring three rushing touchdowns and throwing three TD passes in the first half alone.
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