The Odessa High boys soccer team clinched a spot in the playoffs for the first time in 15 years. Not only are they in the post season, but they went undefeated in district play and earned the outright district title.
MVP of the Week: Midland Lee junior Paige Low is not only a standout multisport athlete, but an even better teammate and friend. Take a look at how she represents what it means to be Midland Lee Rebel.
Odessa Native Clay Kemper lost his arm over 11 years ago from an alligator bite in Brazil. Now, he is the Treasurer of the North American One-armed Golfer Association.
Odessa High vs. Permian gearing up for the 2018 cross-town rivalry game. The Bronchos and Panthers took the field to open district play in their 60th rivalry game.
For 8th grader Zachary Carter, taking his talents to the gridiron wasn't easy but was something he knew he could do.
The 14-year-old has been in a wheel chair his entire life, but hasn't let that interfere with playing any sport.
Surfing in West Texas? We often don't talk about surfing here in the Permian Basin, but for Greenwood's quarterback Jake Somers, surfing is his second favorite hobby.
Uniquely West Texas: The road to Friday Night Football
In West Texas, there are five seasons-spring, summer, fall, winter and football. For NewsWest 9's last Uniquely West Texas, we unraveled the rich tradition and culture that makes West Texas football so unique.
The Bryan Brothers hold the all-time doubles team championships records with Mike holding 123 and Bob with 118. Also, the two are the only team to win Olympics Gold plus four consecutive Grand Slams starting with 2012 Olympics in London. The brothers made a trip to Midland for the West Texas Tennis Classic and while they were there, made a special visit to Fannin Elementary.