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CLASS 5A DIVISION I
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The Florence Buffaloes ended the 2013 football season with a 77-0 loss at Cameron Yoe. As it turns out, that was also the final game of the Paul Smith era.
Sometimes a year can make all the difference.
FLORENCE — How do you prepare for a football game with only 19 players ready to suit up?
Typically when a team scores 30 points in the fourth quarter and attempts to mount a comeback, it happens through the air.
The Salado Eagles and Lady Eagles soared above a flat course to win the District 22-2A meet Monday at Cameron Yoe.
SALADO — Most of the players and coaches on the Salado Lady Eagles could agree that the communication, effort and overall fight during their rematch against Rogers was better than the first time the teams played on Sept. 24.
Kyle Cooper is tired of excuses.
At Cameron, history repeated itself as Florence claimed a first-set victory against Cameron Yoe, but could not hold on to the advantage.
LITTLE RIVER-ACADEMY — When Salado swept Little River-Academy 25 days ago, the Lady Eagles converted on more than 50 percent of their kill attempts and 90 percent of their serves.
Salado came in to its game against Marlin feeling like it might be able to use takeaways to get its first win of the season.
TROY — A little speed, a lot of power and a dominating defense.
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Cameron Yoe’s Traion Smith is brought down by a Salado defender during Friday’s game at Salado.
Gary Spencer stole the show, but a late defensive stand sent Lampasas’ fans into a frenzy.
BELTON — As stellar as Mary Hardin-Baylor’s effort was last week in the inaugural game of its sparkling new stadium, the Crusaders’ encore performance Saturday was equally unspectacular.
Salado’s Jacob Little celebrates as he scores a touchdown against Yoe on Friday in Salado. Yoe went home the winner, 57-28.
SALADO — It may have taken more than three hours to complete, but Traion Smith and Aaron Sims made their statements in the first half-hour. And they never really stopped making noise.
To say the Gatesville offense rediscovered its rhythm in a 23-13 win against Taylor is an understatement.
FLORENCE — Kelly Stephens’ team played with urgency, but it was too late.
After a 48-6 loss to Rosebud-Lott, it looked as if Florence might flop against Thrall, which was coming off an 18-14 win against Bruceville-Eddy.
It is time to break out my crystal ball again and let you know what is in store for the 2013 football season. Please remember, though, that my crystal ball is a 20-year-old, hazy marble that I found in my sock drawer when I went home for Christmas a few years ago and these 10 predictions are not set in stone, unlike the piece of gum that was also in the drawer stuck to a Ryne Sandberg baseball card.
LEANDER — Kase Spears contorted his body as much as he could as he dove to the ground.
Killeen Independent School District Deputy Superintendent John Craft returned from his vacation Tuesday to a stack of resumes.
The digs are different, but the stakes are not.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.