After a 6-6 season, the Sundown Roughnecks enter Steve Smith's 4th season with high expectations. "We have quite a few skill players coming back. Undefeated JV team moving up. We had a great spring. Track finished 5th at State. We have good team speed and a lot of skill coming up." Sundown won the UIL Lone Star Cup in Class 2A for having the best athletic season among all sports. They will receive the Cup Friday at 1:30pm at the school. They now hope football kicks off the new school year with success.
Pigskin Preview: Olton Mustangs
2017-08-22T22:20:01Z2017-08-22T22:20:01ZBy Pete Christy, Sports Director
Ross Lassiter (Source: KCBD Video)
OLTON, TX (KCBD) -
The Olton Mustangs look to improve on a 2-8 season as they enter their second season under head coach Ross Lassiter. "We're young but excited.
LIVE with Wayland Baptist Coach Butch Henderson
2017-08-22T22:17:35Z2017-08-22T22:17:35ZBy Pete Christy, Sports Director
Butch Henderson (Source: KCBD File Photo)
PLAINVIEW, TX (KCBD) -
Wayland Baptist held their football media day Tuesday in Plainview.The Pioneers went 7-3 last season.This season, Butch Henderson's team has just four home games.
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