It’s Homecoming and the Wildcats Football Team hopes to break into the win column against high flying opponent Royse City Friday (September 20) at 7:30 p.m. at Gerald Prim Stadium. The confident Bulldogs come in with a 2-0 record after solid wins over Frisco Centennial, 28-7 and Garland, 37-14. This is the Bulldogs district opener as they had a bye last week while all other district teams were in action. The Wildcats are 0-3 after a home loss to Frisco Wakeland, 53-17 and road losses at Lovejoy, 34-27 and at Terrell, 15-13 in their district opener last week. Royse City’s Head Coach is David Petroff in his seventh year. He was an assistant coach at Hewitt Midway and Frisco before coming to Royse City. Wildcats Head Football Coach Greg Owens is in his fourteenth year here. Before that, Coach Owens was Head Coach for nine years at Lindale. Last year the Bulldogs had a solid defense but they were fairly one dimensional on offense as they had trouble throwing the ball. That was changed this year. Their quarterback played every game last year, they have added some good targets from sub varsity teams and a speedy move in from Lancaster. Their defense is still rock solid anchored by their nose guard who was the district’s Defensive MVP last year. The Wildcats won last year at Royse City, 28-10. The Wildcats will have to play well to win. Catch all the action of the Wildcats and Bulldogs from Prim Stadium on KSST Radio with streaming audio. The game will also be videotaped for replay later on Ch. 18 on Suddenlink Cable. The game will also be posted to YouTube.
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