On the Thursday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Steven Orr from the “West Texas Friday Night Scoreboard” show talked with Chad Hasty about the upcoming West Texas high school football season, changes in rules and district realignments. West Texas Friday Night Scoreboard is beginning it's 15th year.

The designation of "6-Man" football has been replace, with 6-Man now being referred to as "1A". Many schools have changed classification as a result.

With district realignments, travel distances have become an issue, with Shallowater now being in a district with Tornillo, Texas which is a travel distance of roughly 380 miles. Andrews is now in district with several long-distance schools, with their closest out of town game district football game being 278 miles away.

Lubbock Monterrey has moved back up into the top classification, into District 2-6A which includes Lubbock Coronado, Frenship, Amarillo High and Amarillo Tascosa. Lubbock Cooper stepped up a classification, and is now in the same district with Lubbock High and other larger schools.

Among other topics Orr covered was changing the "25 second" rule to 40 seconds, and the reasons for the change.

Listen to the entire interview with Steven Orr here:

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"West Texas Friday Night Scoreboard" airs on KFYO's sister station AM 1340 "The Fan", from 10:00pm to midnight, live each Friday night during football season with current scores and commentary.

The Chad Hasty Show airs weekday mornings 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM on NewsTalk 790 KFYO, online at KFYO.com, or on the free “RadioPup” app.