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PHOTO / CHARLES CARLSON

Carson Stoner breaks free from a Carrizo Springs tackle in the Owls’ Oct. 3 win. Hondo hosts Navarro Friday at Barry Field.

 

PHOTO / CHARLES CARLSON

Brad West sacks the Carrizo quarterback in recent Hondo action.

 

Tough challenge on the way as district opens with Navarro

By Jeff Berger
Anvil Herald Sports Editor

The Hondo Owls got the most out of a week with little contact, allowing bumps and bruises to heal, and getting in some conditioning and work in the weight room.

All the little things they have done since their 37-0 non-district win over Carrizo Springs on Oct. 3 will come into play in a big way this Friday, Oct. 17, when the Owls host the best team they have faced thus far on the schedule.

The Navarro Panthers are 6-1 on the year, and opened play in District 13-AAAA-II last week with a 27-0 win over Lytle. It will be the first time the schools have met on the football field.

Game time this Friday at Barry Field is 7:30 p.m.

 

 


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