at Lee Rebels


District Finale – Road Game
 

Coach:   Clint Hartman – 3rd season at Lee
2017 Record:   10-3 (4-2 in district)

Preview.

Coming.

In.

September.

Series Record:   39-21 (Mojo leads series. Won last year 42-7.)

vs Frenship Tigers


District Home Game
 

Coach:  Jay Northcutt – 2nd year at Frenship
2017 Record: 0-10 (0-6 in district)

Preview.

Coming.

In.

September.

Series Record:  1-3 (Mojo won last year 66-14)

at Tascosa Rebels


District Road Game
 

Coach:   Ken Plunk – 9th season at Tascosa
2017 Record:  6-4 (2-4 in district)

Preview.

Coming.

In.

September.

Series Record:  21-8 (Mojo leads series. Won last year 49-7)

vs Odessa Bronchos

 
District Opener and Crosstown Rival Game
Permian will occupy Home (West) side of stadium
 

Coach:  Danny Servance – 3rd season at OHS
2017 Record: 3-7 (2-4 in district)

Preview.

Coming.

In.

September.

Series Record:  50-8-1 (Mojo leads series. Won last year 35-9)

vs Los Fresnos Falcons

  Last Non-District Home Game
 

District:  32-6A
Coach:  Patrick Brown – 3rd season at Los Fresnos
2017 Record:  9-4 (6-2 in district)

Los Fresnos made it to the third round of the state playoffs for the second consecutive year on the varsity level, and the Jr Varsity won district and finished with an 8-2 mark in 2017.  The Falcons will return 10 starters this season – four on offense and six on defense – and are picked to finish second in 32-6A by Texas Football magazine.

Nico Valencia (6’1″ 180) is a playmaker from his receiver position.  Last season, Valencia was credited with 18 touchdowns and 1,200 receiving yards.  Los Fresnos has a small but efficient backfield.  Albert Banulos (5’2″ 130) and sophomore Chris Resendiz (5’6″ 150) have good wheels and the ability to elude tacklers.

Led by Christian Pena, the strength of the Falcons is their defense and a solid group of linebackers.  Pena (6’0″ 200) had 128 tackles and five sacks in the 2017 season.  He is joined by juniors Cameron Rivera (5’11” 185) and Adal Rodriguez (6’1″ 195).  Los Fresnos has a talented defensive lineman in Matthew Ortiz (6’0″ 220).

The Falcons also have a pair of worthy defensive backs in Johnny Cedengo (5’8″ 160) and Kobe Muniz (5’8″170).  The Maroon and Gold are in search of a quarterback and a passing game to make them more dimensional.

Series Record: 0-0 (no previous meetings)