You may not know about the TCAF DI state champions, but they may have one of the more remarkable stories in Panama. Rodgers joined the program to talk about the uniqueness of the school and program, the challenges he and his players face, and how they still churn out a winning tradition.
The Wolves installed an innovative offense last season and it paid off in a huge way with an 11-2 record and a district title. If you've watched Gunter the last two years, you'll recognize the look. We also talked to Gainey about how to pronounce Colorado City, what to expect in 2018, and being Hollis Gainey's son.
The Eagles have become on of the best programs in 3A over the course of Muhl's tenure, and went 13-1 last season, bowing out in the regional finals. We talked to Muhl about losing a great QB, bringing back some talented leaders, and of course, BBQ.
The Demons have a new coach, but he's as familiar a face as they could find. Aaron takes over for his brother, Chad, who took the Amarillo High job this offseason. Aaron's goal: To keep the momentum going.
The Eagles broke out of a rut in a big way in 2017, winning a district title and battling into the area round of the state playoffs. We asked Gonzalez what changed heading into that season, how his squad can keep the momentum, and which players we should be watching in 2018.
He may be from Falls City, but he's as close to a lifer at Pleasanton as you can find without having graduated there. We asked Liska what he learned in his first year at the helm after 17 years as defensive coordinator, why his team was so successful in 2017 and what to expect from the Eagles in 2018.