Rio Hondo Prepares For Area
RIO HONDO – The Bobcats are in the second round of the playoffs for the third time under head coach Rocky James.
“We knew it is going to be a right for us,” said James. “We’re going to have to play a perfect game but we’re up for the challenge.”
A challenge sound about right. Their opponent Cuero is the number three team in the state.
“This is a really good team,” said senior running back Daniel Vasquez. “We’re going to have to play a perfect game but we’re up for the challenge.”
“They have been putting 60 up on everybody,” said James. “They scored 76 against Wimberley who is always a really good football team. So it’s really going to be trying to slow down their offense.”
“Playing as a unit,” said senior receiver Frank Hernandez. “You can’t play for yourself, it’s always a team thing.”
Friday’s game will be at 7:30 pm in Calallen.
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