Wolfforth, TX – Ball control and clock management was completely dictated by Permian in the first half as the high-scoring Frenship offense was left helpless in the District 2-6A catfight. Following an extended weather delay in the fourth quarter, the Panthers escaped with a 17-14 victory at Peoples Bank Stadium.
Odessa, TX – On a night of homecoming, Permian watched Abilene High doing most of the celebrating as both teams opened District 2-6A action. The Panthers fell behind 21-7 at the half, and were unable to make up the difference in the 42-21 loss in Ratliff Stadium.
Odessa, TX – An extended weather delay wasn’t enough to disrupt the Mojo mission on Friday night as Permian sent Mesquite Poteet back to the Metroplex with a 49-14 lashing from Ratliff Stadium.
Odessa, TX – Permian found itself in unfamiliar territory in Friday’s non-district game, not only trailing but getting shutout in the first half. Amarillo Tascosa handed the Panthers their first loss of the season in a 40-21 decision at Ratliff Stadium.
Odessa, TX – After a successful collegiate and semi-pro career in football, coach Jack Jacobson made a lasting impression on the Permian football and golf programs. At the age of 80, Coach Jack passed in Dallas on September 5.
Hewitt, TX – In a game that mimicked more a 7-on-7 show of offense than a typical evening under the Friday Night Lights, Permian outlasted Waco Midway 57-41 in a slobberknocker at Panther Stadium.