Millsap will not go 0-for this year and will make a late push for a playoff spot.
Wow. Same deal. TOC has the ‘Cats in fifth place, just like TF. That’s last in a five-team district.
Santo may have lost some key players, but they have good talent coming back. However, they play in one of the toughest 1A Division I districts that features state-ranked Goldthwaite, Hico (TOC’s choice for district champion) and San Saba.
Santo will need to beat San Saba and De Leon to make the playoffs, and with the Wildcats playing San Saba at home Santo will be in the hunt for a playoff position.
Make it four for four. Like TF, TOC has Perrin to finish fourth in District 8-A, Division II, another tough 1A district that includes defending state champion Munday, Muenster and Electra.
But TOC likes Muenster to upset Munday for the district title.
Perrin surprised a lot of football fans last year with a 4-6 record. This year they will have to defeat Era, Petrolia and Electra to gain the playoffs. This year the Electra game is at Perrin, and I look for the Pirates to gain a playoff spot in 2013.
Gordon, Strawn, CCS
Oops! As stated earlier, TOC omits the six man game.
Here in Palo Pinto County, six man is huge with two teams – Gordon and Strawn – with legit chances of bringing home state championships in their respective divisions.
CCS? Well, let me just tell the TOC writers that you can’t have a better interview than chatting with Warriors head coach Bryan Horton, who is talkative, informative and entertaining, to say the least.
My lone suggestion to TOC magazine is to put in place a six man prognostication section for its fifth edition.