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  1. This is the type of stuff you see in movies. Star qb gets hurt right before the championship game and the whole team is relying on a freshman to lead them to a win over a team that beat them in the state game a year ago.
  2. That was one of the craziest/best games I’ve ever seen. I would’ve loved to be in the stadium for that one
  3. Not trying to look ahead of this game but Refugio just made a tremendous comeback on Shiner to win 45-43 and so the winner of this game will take on Holland or Refugio and me personally would love to see that SA/Refugio match up, so I’m hoping Wolves take care of business.
  4. It's game day and I've been mulling over my prediction all week. I have respect for Joaquin and their football team and all that they have accomplished this season but that being said I just do not see the upset happening tonight. I know it's playoff football and anything can happen but this years Alto team will be too much for them in the end. I can see it being a one score game at the half but I have Alto pulling away in the second half. I think Joaquin will break out and score on a long run or two if Alto is overly aggressive and will catch the secondary with their eyes in the backfield and
  5. Game day can’t get here fast enough. I feel like this week has just been dragging along because of this thread lol
  6. Whether you play cupcakes or not, if you really knew football you'd be able to tell the difference of a team with "false hope" and one that is athletic across the board and fundamentally sound.
  7. Fake news. I'm talking about this years team. And this years team is the most complete team I've seen for Alto since 2015
  8. Whole different coaching, whole different team. I’m really not looking at that going into this game. Just what I’ve seen off of THIS YEAR.
  9. REFUGIO - Coaches are often reluctant to put sophomores in high-pressure situations. Refugio coach Jason Herring doesn't hesitate when it comes to Jared Kelley or Ysidro Mascorro. Kelley starts at quarterback, and Mascorro starts at linebacker and splits time at running back for the Bobcats (12-1) who will make their third straight Class 2A, Division I semifinal final appearance when they play San Augustine (14-0) at 7 p.m. Thursday at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium in Cypress. "Both of those sophomores are coach's dreams," Herring said. "They're both incredibly unselfish, it's never about
  10. A lot of Alto people hung their heads at that loss and I just can't understand why? Winona had a deep run in the playoffs last year and is one heck of a team! Big athletes with track speed. I do believe Alto being out of shape took a toll on the team late in the game as you could see multiple guys cramping up but that is no excuse. As far as this week goes, I've seen some film on Big Sandy and if Alto thinks this is an automatic W, they are in for a long night. I believe Alto will have a freshman starting at LB for the loss we had last week, hopefully it's season ending but I haven't heard any
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