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BCH Sports MVP Trent Brittain Conversation

Eastland quarterback and BCH Sports MVP, Trent Brittain, talks to Alyssa Orange about the 2011 season and winning the Most Valuable Player award.
Eastland quarterback and BCH Sports MVP, Trent Brittain, talks to Alyssa Orange about the 2011 season and winning the Most Valuable Player award.

Brittain helped lead the Mavericks to a 12-1 record in 2011. The Mavericks won the District 4-2A Div. I championship and spent 5 weeks at the top of the Class 2A Div. I Harris Ratings.

Brittain said, "It was a team effort. We practiced really hard, and we knew we had a chance this year to do something really special. We went all out to try to do that. We all worked really hard in the offseason, really hard in practice to try to maximize our abiltity to do something special for the town and the community."

The Mavericks senior threw for a Big Country best 3, 459 yards in just 13 games, and he had a hand in 57 touchdowns. Brittain had a great senior season. He says work, work, and more work made all the difference. He added, "It's 100 percent dedication. You gotta, you know, it's all week, Saturday through Friday, all the time just focusing on what needs to be done, and getting the job done."

Right now, Brittain is focused on playing basketball for the Mavericks, but he wants to play football once he gets to college. "I definitly hope to go play somewhere." Brittain said, "Football is my favorite sports, so  I am hoping I get some kind of something to go do something somewhere else."

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