- Major Players
Fabian Sauceda, Sr., running back/linebacker: Injured all of last season after knee surgery sidelined him during the preseason, Sauceda takes over as the lone tailback with any varsity experience, albeit at receiver as a sophomore. He’ll now lead a contingent that will include Dakota Creasy and Trey Mohler.
Ryan Simmons, Jr., quarterback: Despite playing what amounted to a supporting role last season as both backup quarterback and kicker, Simmons’ impact was unmistakable. The 25-3A Newcomer of the Year led the district in scoring with 106 points including 11 touchdowns.
Cameron Wong, Sr., receiver/defensive back: Wong was often overshadowed last season because of the big play potential of the Eagles other three receiving options, yet he still managed to average 15 yards per reception.
- Not about me
“It’s not about me, it’s we. ... That’s what we’ve been trying to preach — the program’s bigger than you. You add to the lineage of the program by how hard you work.”
- Glenn Talbott, Salado football coach
Posted: Thursday, August 30, 2012 4:00 am
Updated: 2:21 pm, Thu Jul 11, 2013.
Posted on Aug 30, 2012
The Salado Eagles are back where they belong.
After a two-year sabbatical in Class 3A, where the team combined for just six wins as one of the state’s smallest programs in that classification, the Eagles return to the much more comfortable confines of 2A.
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Thursday, August 30, 2012 4:00 am.
Updated: 2:21 pm.