Plainview High School Football Moves Into a Full-Time Athletic Director Position

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Plainview High School Football Moves Into a Full-Time Athletic Director Position

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Those that follow Plainview High School football know that the PISD board has voted to put the school’s former head coach, Scott Gantley, into a full-time athletic director position. It’s an important move that should boost the school’s athletic department, and it could help the program.

Abilene Cooper

Those Abilene high school students who are fans of the Cooper Cougars will probably have a field day this week. The Cooper Cougars are a varsity football team that is a part of the Big Country high school football schedule.

The Cooper Cougars are led by quarterback Seth Mayberry who has thrown for 933 yards with nine TDs. Collins, the Cooper wide receiver, is third in the state in receiving yards, catching six passes for 249 yards.

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The Cooper Cougars have made it to the state football playoffs 27 of the past 30 seasons. This year’s team, which has a 3-2 district record, will travel to El Paso to take on the Andress Eagles.

The Cooper Cougars are a juggernaut, having won 41 games and finishing in the top third of their 5A division. The Cougars are one of the fastest growing districts in the state.

The Cooper Cougars beat Plainview 45-0, outscoring the Bulldogs 477 to 219. The Cougars threw three interceptions, including one by sophomore defensive back Hayden Wright that returned 56 yards. The Cooper Cougars are 2-0 in District 2-5A Division II play.

The Cooper Cougars have made the grade in the 5A Division II playoffs, earning the third seed in the Bi-District round.

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Kameron Brown

Against a good team, a good defense can win a football game. The Plainview High School football team showed that Thursday night against Lubbock High. They played one of the best teams in the Panhandle. The Plainview Bears have been known to run the ball in the past, but they are moving to a more spread-style offense.

Plainview took a 27-26 lead at halftime. In the second half, they pulled to one point with 4:48 to play. The Palo Duro Dons were looking for a playoff berth since 2014. But the Palo Duro Dons have a great defense that sealed the win for coach Eric Mims.

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Avery Randle rushed for six yards against Cooper. He also threw two passes for touchdowns. Kameron Brown carried the ball once in the second half, but he did not score. Brown leads the area in sacks with 9.5. He has potential to play at a higher level.

Cooper bounced back after a loss to Wylie in their last game. The Cooper Bulldogs will try to take a share of the district title in the last game of the season.

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Plainview has a strong line. Levi Taliaferro finished the season with 154 tackles. The line has been getting injured, but they are getting back to full strength.

Karomo Collins

During the past few weeks, Plainview High School’s Karomo Collins has made a splash. In his three games, he has accounted for 334 yards on the ground and a total of eight touchdowns. His speed and elusiveness have been on full display. Collins has also demonstrated a keen ability to find the right play at the right time.

In Plainview’s 62-19 win over Lubbock High School on Friday, Collins had a big game. He was able to run for 187 yards and three touchdowns, and catch six passes for 249 yards. He also returned a kickoff 89 yards for a score in the third quarter.

While Collins was not the only player in the Plainview football program to make the cut, he has the most impressive game. He’s one of two seniors leading the way, along with Zaeq’won Riddley. He’s shown his willingness to take on a variety of roles, including kickoff returner, punt returner, and quarterback.

In the past, Plainview has been known for its run-heavy offense. This year, however, the Dons have started to shift to a spread offense. Collins has been one of the leaders in that area, and has shown the ability to find the right play at the right times.

Ryan Rhodes

Despite a tough first three weeks, the Plainview Bulldogs have found a way to win their first home game of the season. Despite the early struggles, the Bulldogs scored in one minute of game time, tied the game early in the second quarter and won on the last drive of the game.

Peyton McNutt came up with a couple of big plays to help the Bulldogs pull out the victory. He finished the night with 171 yards rushing. His 86-yard touchdown run was the longest in the game and the longest in Plainview history. It took one minute and 15 seconds for the run to reach the end zone.

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Peyton also had a big play on the other end of the field, as his 38-yard return for a touchdown was the only one of the night. He also had a ten-yard run, a seven-yard run, a three-yard run and a five-yard run to help the Bulldogs put up points.

The Plainview defense also played a big part in the Bulldogs victory. They recovered the most fumbles in the game.

During Ryan Rhodes’ tenure as Athletic Director and Head Coach of the Plainview High School Bulldogs, the school has won more playoff games than any other team in the area. The Bulldogs are in Class 5A Division II and are in District with Wichita Falls and Abilene Wylie.

Final home game of 2021

Despite finishing the regular season 9-1, Plainview finished winless in district play for the third straight year. The team will still be trying to break through for its first district win.

The Plainview-Elgin-Millville Bulldogs beat the Lourdes Eagles 27-8 in the regular season. The Bulldogs also beat the Knights in the first round of the state playoffs.

The Plainview-Elgin-Millville offense had the most touchdowns in the game. The team had three rushing TDs and one passing TD. The Bulldogs also had three fumbles, two interceptions and a missed field goal.

A big play was the catching of a 72-yard touchdown pass from Peyton Schumacher. The touchdown was the most impressive of the three. The other two came from Kaden Jones, who had a 12-yard touchdown reception and a 23-yard touchdown pass.

The Plainview-Elgin-Millville defense held Annandale to six points in the state semifinals. The Bulldogs also held Lake City to six points.

The Plainview-Elgin-Millville-Dassel-Cokato State Championship game was held at 1 p.m. Saturday. The Bulldogs defeated the Knights 28-6.

The Plainview-Elgin-Millville-Dassel-Cokato game was the first time the three teams have played each other in the state finals. Neither team will play in the state semifinals. The Bulldogs are 6-3.

PISD board votes to move former head coach into full-time athletic director role

Earlier this month, Plainview ISD approved moving its football coach into a full-time athletic director role. Ryan Rhoades was on the Plainview football staff for seven years. He helped the team to a 24-49 record. In fact, the team has won three games in the last two seasons.

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The next school board meeting will be held on Thursday. The board voted to name two principals to oversee the new elementary schools. Sarah Wallace will be the principal at North Elementary, and Sarah Williams will be the principal at Central Elementary.

Wallace has been a teacher for Plainview ISD for almost four decades. She started as a teacher at Highland Elementary, and has since moved up to Estacado Middle School. She also spent two years as an assistant principal at Coronado Middle School.

Sarah Williams has worked at Estacado Middle School for one year. She previously spent 12 years as a teacher at Highland Elementary. She also taught second grade.

Wallace has also spent time as an assistant coach for the Abilene Cooper baseball team, and she’s spent one year as Language Acquisition Instructional coach. She’s also coached track at Cooper.

She’s a Lockney native. She spent two years as an assistant principal at Thunderbird.

Game of the week

Whether it’s a district opener, a conference championship, or a state championship, teams are gearing up for their biggest games of the season. This week, Plainview and Palo Duro will meet for a second time in the regular season. Both teams are looking to secure their spot in the playoffs.

Plainview beat Lone Grove 27-0, then held off Comanche 60-7 in the last two weeks. Now, the Bulldogs are tied for the final playoff spot with Palo Duro. They’ll play at Lubbock High on Friday.

Palo Duro, led by Sr. Eric Mims, Sr., will try to take Plainview’s Karomo Collins down. The junior accounts for 28 percent of Plainview’s rushing yards.

The Lancers, who had an 0-9 record last year, won their Section 1AAA quarterfinal game on Friday against Zumbrota-Mazeppa. Donovan completed 13-for-20 passes for 236 yards and three touchdowns. He was aided by the speed and vision of sophomore running back Rafael Martinez, who rushed for 237 yards.

The game was also notable for the Bulldogs’ “hard-nosed” attack. Blake Stewart scored three touchdowns. He also accounted for a team-high 129 receiving yards.

The P-E-M Bulldogs are on the verge of another Section 1AAA title. Their defense held Lewiston-Altura to 129 yards in last week’s opener.

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