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Cisco Plans To Right A Wrong From 2012

The Cisco Loboes are rolling as they head into their bi-district championship game with Stanton, and unlike last year, they plan to keep that roll going through Friday night's game.
The Cisco Loboes are rolling as they head into their bi-district championship game with Stanton, and unlike last year, they plan to keep that roll going through Friday night's game.

Head coach Brent West's team was upset in the 1st round last year by Canadian.

That loss is on the Loboes minds, and they ready to right that wrong in Sweetwater.

Brent West said "I don't think they lived up to the expectations they wanted to last year. Losing that second round game to Canadian definitely is motivation to work harder, and I think we've accomplished that. But it's playoffs, and if you have a bad game you go home."

Mason Reed said "We learned a lot from last year. Going in to the first playoff game, not being able to win it and going out. We know that we're going to have to come out this time even harder. We have to learn that it's going to be tough in the playoffs. This is a new level. We're going to have to come out and work as hard as we can."

Cisco takes on Stanton at the Mustang Bowl in Friday night.

The Loboes are averaging 53 points a game so far this year.

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