Wolfforth, TX — After falling behind 24-3 at the half, Permian was unable to make up the deficit in a 24-13 loss to Frenship at Peoples Bank Stadium.
|08/30||at DeSoto||Eagle||L 35-14|
|09/05||El Paso Franklin||Ratliff||L 49-28|
|09/13||Southlake Carroll||Ratliff||L 48-7|
|09/20||Palm Desert (CA)||Ratliff||W 47-14|
|09/27||Los Fresnos||Ratliff||W 56-14|
|10/11||at Odessa High*||Ratliff||W 24-0|
|10/18||Amarillo Tascosa*||Ratliff||W 35-27|
|10/25||at Midland High*||Grande||W 62-0|
|11/01||at Frenship*||Peoples||L 24-13|
|11/08||Midland Lee*||Ratliff||W 42-39|
*** STATE PLAYOFFS ***
|11/15||Bi-District: Franklin||Ratliff||W 48-13
|11/22||Area: Arl Martin||Ratliff||L 71-28
KEY: District Game* / Home Game / Homecoming
Midland, TX — Going into Friday night’s District 2-6A game with Midland High, the concern by many was will Permian be overlooking the Bulldogs. That answer came early and ended loud as the Panthers dished out a 62-0 blanking of MHS at Grande Communications Stadium.
Odessa, TX — It was a clash of two District 2-6A unbeatens as Permian and Amarillo Tascosa met at Ratliff Stadium on Friday night. Picked as underdogs by Texas Football magazine, the Panthers controlled all facets of the game in the 35-27 decision over the Rebels.
Odessa, TX — The annual Crosstown Showdown at Ratliff Stadium ended in another Permian victory over Odessa High. After a sluggish start, the Panthers disposed of the Bronchos 24-0 to start District 2-6A with a win.