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"Four are out, and we had ...
"Four are out, and we had another who sat out the second half tonight because of injuries," Chisum head coach Don Hasley said.
"But that is no excuse.
You have to play with what you have."
said quite a few of his players are "pretty banged up," including leading tackler Mason Justiss.
It doesn't matter who goes down, someone has to step up," Hasley
"We just don't play smart, and that is something we have to fix.
We run the ball from 20 to 20 as good as anybody, but all of a sudden we start to relax when we are about to score, and we just don't get it done."
said the free tests are all over, and from here on out, every game counts.
"The only thing we can control ...
"The only thing we can control is how we play Friday," said Chisum coach and athletic director Don Hasley.
"We have to take care of business at Redwater and hope Clarksville can beat DeKalb."
team seemed to come together against Rivercrest
and handled the Rebels with good teamwork and determination.
"They played well and never lost their concentration," he
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GOING, GOING, GONE - Chico High School football coach Don Hasley told his athletes yesterday he was stepping down.Hasley was not available to comment, but he is reportedly taking another coaching job near Houston.
SCAM SUSPECTS CAUGHT - Palo Pinto County
Sheriff's Deputies have arrested two men who, police say, have been selling meat door-to-door out of a small white pickup truck.The men were caught after a Palo Pinto County
citizen called officers.Receipts in the vehicle indicated sales had been made in Bridgeport, Paradise, Newark and Decatur.Both men have criminal records, officers said.
THIS WEEKEND IN WISE - The Alvord Youth Sports Association
hamburger dinner and cake sale is from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the new Alvord baseball park.The Decatur Eagle Booster Club
will have a garage and bake sale Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the DHS Multipurpose building.
GAME NOTES: Chisum coach Don ...
GAME NOTES: Chisum coach Don Hasley announced earlier this week that this week's game will be played at Noyes Stadium because of field conditions at Mustang Stadium…With both Chisum and Redwater out of the playoff race, this game will decide which team finishes fourth in District 12-2A…Last year Chisum QB Jeremy Eddington scored three touchdowns and finished with 191 total yards to lead the Mustangs to a 28-21 win at Redwater.
Eddington became the first player in the RRV to surpass the 2,000-yard mark in total offense.
He has 2,005 yards rushing, passing and receiving entering Friday's game.
He has rushed for an RRV-best 1,459 yards on 153 carries and scored 18 rushing touchdowns.
He has passed for 419 yards (42-88-6) and three touchdowns, and he has three receptions for 127 yards and two more TDs.
He also leads the RRV in points scored with 136 points.
has 61, including a team-high 19 tackles for loss and four sacks.
"We felt our numbers tonight," Chisum ...
"We felt our numbers tonight," Chisum head coach Don Hasley said.
said if Jones had not jumped on the fumble in the end zone, the outcome of the game could have been much different.