This year will be the 62nd meeting for the Crosstown Showdown. These two schools separated by a set of railroad tracks have a rivalry that dates back to 1961. Last season, Abilene Cooper won 31-14, which adds another victory to their all-time 36-24-1 series lead. Shotwell Stadium will be filled with fans North of the railroad track wearing black and gold while the fans South of the railroad track will be wearing their blue and red. Can Abilene Cooper extend their win streak to four straight wins, or will Abilene be able to conquer the showdown and walk away with a victory?


Dylan Slack


Diego Flores


Diego is a 2 year letterman of the varsity football team and a 3 year letterman on the varsity baseball team. He is a member of the National Honor Society, yearbook staff, and is involved in Younglife of Abilene. Diego plans to attend TCU or ACU to pursue a career in kinesiology and physical therapy.
Cameron Herron

Abilene Cooper

Cameron is a 3 year varsity letterman and member of the Football Leadership Council. Cameron has been on the power lifting and track team, and has earned area and regional berths for Track. He has also been a year 3 year member of the National Honor Society. Cameron is still undecided on where he wants to attend college, but he wants to keep playing football.


Cooper ended the 1st half 7-0. The Eagles weren’t going to let that fly and reciprocated with a TD to tie the game 7-7 at the half. Ending the game with a score of 14-10, the Warbirds brought the Rivalry trophy HOME this year.