Stamford Boys 8th Grade Football

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Bulldogs Run Over Archer City 42-18

On a soggy, slippery field, the Bulldogs played their final home game of the season against the Wildcats of Archer City. Wet conditions made the running game the preferred offensive weapon, and the Bulldogs piled up 291 yards rushing with Zai Zai Smith churning out 226 yards on just 11 carries. He found the end

Homecoming Win Over Hamlin Brings Bulldogs to the Halfway Mark of Regular Season

Hundreds of former students returned home to renew friendships and watched the Bulldogs shut out the Pied Pipers 20-0 to run their season record to 5-0. In a game slowed down by multiple flags thrown on both teams, the Bulldogs got just enough offense and put the game away with a smothering defense. At halftime,

Stamford vs. Haskell–95th Edition

Most people in our area know that the Stamford vs. Haskell game is a heated rivalry. But did you know, on Friday, the Stamford Bulldogs teed it up against the Haskell Indians for the 95th time? Since the first meeting in 1917, which Stamford won 40-0, these two teams have been knocking heads. The Bulldogs/Indians

Bulldogs Bounce Badgers 39-13

On Friday, the 2-0 Bulldogs played up in classification when they took on the 3A, 0-2 Merkel Badgers. It was the second straight week the Badgers had played a District 4AA team. They dropped a week 2 tilt to Anson 30-14. The Bulldogs entered the game ranked number 9 in the State MaxPreps Division 2A-1 poll.

Bulldogs Hold Off Moguls 26-21

In a game that featured big plays on both sides, the Bulldogs held off the Munday Moguls with a defensive stand in the closing minutes to preserve the win. On the opening possession of the game, Matt Medford picked off a tipped pass for the Dogs. A few plays later, Ligon West scored on a

Bulldogs Win Opener over Holliday 38-24

The Bulldogs fell behind 10-8 with just over 2 minutes left in the first half before they got their legs under them. Taking advantage of a blown play on a fourth and 2 at the Eagle 38 yard line, the Bulldogs took over on downs and hit a quick strike touchdown before halftime to retake

2015 Bulldog Football Coaches

Coaching staff takes a break from preparation activities to pose for Audra Arendall during the summer. Click on article title for photo.