Bulldogs Remain Poised During Steers' Rally

Bulldogs Remain Poised During Steers' Rally

The Wylie Bulldogs were able to pick up their first district win Friday night after holding off a Big Spring rally in the second half. One of the big reasons for the win was what happened on the sidelines, as well as on the field.
The Wylie Bulldogs were able to pick up their first district win Friday night after holding off a Big Spring rally in the second half. One of the big reasons for the win was what happened on the sidelines, as well as on the field.

The Bulldogs were able to jump out to an early 21-0 lead by the second quarter, and held onto a ten point advantage at halftime.

It was the fourth quarter where the Steers made their late charge. At the same time the Bulldogs remained focused on what they needed to do in order to win the game.

"You've just got to keep your intensity. When things start going wrong you've got to keep doing your job. Don't do other peoples jobs, and it will all work out," said Austin Rains.

"We really try to keep each other up by telling each other basically to trust each other with what we have to do and our responsibilities. We just move forward and we execute," said Aaron Marriott.

The coaches the key to was remain poised.

"Big Spring is good. They're a good football team, and they've got a lot of explosive offensive weapons that we held in check for a while. They started making some plays, and started gaining some confidence. So, the biggest thing for our football team was keep your poise, keep playing football, and good things are going to continue to happen to us," said head coach Hugh Sandifer.

This week the Bulldogs travel to Monahans in search of their second district win.

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