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Cross Plains Begins Their Playoff Run

The Cross Plains Buffaloes finished district games last Friday with a great win over the Perrin Pirates.  The Buffaloes will now begin their playoff run in Sweetwater.  The game will showcase the Buffaloes against the Seymour Panthers.  The game will be played at the Mustang Bowl on Friday, November 13 at 7:30. Come watch the Buffaloes as they continue their run

Buffaloes Come Alive Against Perrin to Earn Playoffs Spot

The Buffaloes went to Perrin-Whitt Friday night to take on the Pirates for a birth into the playoffs. After coming out sluggish in the first half, the Buffaloes came out and took a 21 – 14 victory to earn a spot in the playoffs. The Buffaloes went up against a heavy senior-powered team in Perrin

Buffaloes Can’t Hold on against Baird.

The Buffaloes went to Baird last week and took on the Bears in a hard fought battle between 2 playoff caliber teams. The Buffs came out on the losing end, 27-12. Offensively, the Buffs came out fast and scored on the second play of the game, with a 52 yard run for a touchdown by

Santo Slips Away from the Buffaloes

The Buffaloes hosted the Santo Wildcats on Friday and came up short 28-6. Santo, now 3-0 in district, came out on a cool and wet night and jumped on top early. The Buffaloes, now 1-2 in district, couldn’t get their footing and let the Wildcats slip away. Offensively, the Buffs only had 128 yards of offense, rushing

Jr. High Loses Close One to Albany

The Jr. High Boys football team went to Albany Thursday night and played the Albany Lions. Albany scored on their first drive of the night, and that proved to be enough for the game. The offense couldn’t get it together against the Albany defense and came out behind at the end of the night, 0-6.

J.V. Boys Can’t Get Past Albany

The JV boys football team traveled to Albany Thursday night to play the Albany Lions. The Buffaloes, short- handed with some key injuries, played well but came up short against the Lions, 20-6. Albany came out and scored first, and took the early lead. By halftime, the Lions were up 14-0. The offense couldn’t get

J.V VS. Dublin

     The J.V.  boys went to Dublin Thursday night looking for payback from earlier this year. The buffs came out hot and ready to go, as they jump up on Dublin early 12-0.The lions then came out and 36 unanswered points till the 4th quarter when the buffaloes finished a drive in the in

Cross Plains Destroys Ranger’s Homecoming!

The Buffaloes went to Ranger Friday night and delivered a big win to start district play. The game started out almost even the first couple of series, matching scores the first couple of possessions, but the Bulldogs couldn’t maintain any offensive momentum to keep up with the Buffaloes. Cross Plains led at half time 32-24,

Buffaloes Let Iola Slip Away Late

The Buffaloes traveled to Waco Friday night, for their final tune-up before starting district, against state ranked Iola. The Buffaloes looked to outplay the Bulldogs throughout the night, outgaining them on total offense, but turnovers and special teams play let Iola stay around, and eventually slip past the Buffaloes. Offensively, Cross Plains had 44 runs for

Junior High Football VS. Roby

Cross Plains 8th Grade football team fell short against Roby with a score of 20-6, and the 7th Grade fell short against De Leon, 16 – 6. Both teams played a great game, but are looking for a win at there next game @ Irion County, Thursday, Sept. 24. Games start at 5:00.