Bobcats Lead 2-5A 10-08-13

Bobcats Lead 2-5A 10-08-13

San Angelo Stadium had the most people in it in nearly a decade this past Friday to see the Central Bobcats blowout Midland High. Central has raced out to the lead in district 2-5A and will travel to Amarillo Tascosa this coming Friday to search for another win.
San Angelo Stadium had the most people in it in nearly a decade this past Friday to see the Central Bobcats blowout Midland High. Central has raced out to the lead in district 2-5A and will travel to Amarillo Tascosa this coming Friday to search for another win.

Central has proven to be one of the more dominant teams in class 5A this season, seemingly rolling to a 6 and oh record with ease. While the offense has been exhilarating, it's perhaps the defense that's proved its worth with it's vast improvement week by week.

Braden Lee: "The defense has stepped up a lot and our confidence in them has grown all season, it's been good."

Nathanial Newton: "We will just keep on growing, getting better, helping each other."

Braden Hucks: "Every week it seems like they get better and better and that's really just a big confidence booster overall knowing that both sides of the ball we are pretty solid."

Something this team has developed is chemistry, and that could come into play when they meet a challenge down the road.

Nathanial Newton: "It's great having my brothers there, my friends, everyone there by my side in the locker room."

Braden Hucks: "Everybody is playing with a lot of heart, everyone is playing as a team, we're all getting along, it's really a great feeling."

Braden Lee: "We've just been able to click really well. As a unit we can trust everybody in their positions, we can trust them to get their job done."
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