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Canadian Could Be Loboes Best Test Yet

The Cisco Loboes have cruised to an undefeated run through the regular season, and playoffs. This week on the other hand could be their biggest test of the season thus far.
The Cisco Loboes have cruised to an undefeated run through the regular season, and playoffs. This week on the other hand could be their biggest test of the season thus far.

Not only is Canadian ranked seventh in the state, they are also talented on both sides of the ball.

Brent West said "Canadian has a 6-4 quarterback that can sling it around. He's great running that Tony Franklin system. They've got some skill positions that can get loose and they do a great job of making you tackle in open space with great speed. And defensively they just fly around. They base out of a three three stack, and they do a good job of getting kids to the football with numbers."

The players are also very aware of the talent the Wildcats will put on the field.

Brent West said "Canadian has a 6-4 quarterback that can sling it around. He's great running that Tony Franklin system. They've got some skill positions that can get loose and they do a great job of making you tackle in open space with great speed. And defensively they just fly around. They base out of a three three stack, and they do a good job of getting kids to the football with numbers."

While Canadian does have plenty of talent, the Loboes are currently ranked second in the state.

This game also has a lot on the line for Cisco, because it was the Wildcats that knocked them out of the playoffs just a year ago.

Cisco and Canadian will kick-off on Monday afternoon at Wolfforth Frenship.
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