Wildcats Football Coach Greg Owens at his weekly media gathering Wednesday morning (November 6) called Senior Night special and emotional. The Wildcats will honor seniors Friday before their game against North Forney at Gerald Prim Stadium. Coach Owens added he finds Senior Night to be enjoyable. He said all the Wildcats’ coaches will interact with the senior players before the game Friday. Coach Owens said North Forney still has a chance at the playoffs entering play Friday but he said the Wildcats also have something to play for, a chance to win their last game of the season. Concerning the North Forney offense, Coach Owens said they are explosive. He said their use a fast tempo offense and work toward making big plays. He said they also like to use trick plays. The Falcons have a good quarterback, running back and receivers. Coach Owens said the Falcons have three very talented defensive linemen. He called them strong, fast and explosive. He said the North Forney secondary is filled with ballhawking playmakers. Coach Owens said the Wildcats’ defense would need to line up properly and make tackles. He said Falcons Coach Randy Jackson has made a lot of coaching stops. Coach Owens said perhaps his best job was a rebuilding effort at Mesquite Poteet.
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