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Moguls Just 1 Game From Going Back To State

After a win over Albany Friday night, the Munday Moguls are now just one win away from Cowboys Stadium and a State Championship game. Standing in their way is another highly ranked team in Wellington. They come into this game ranked number three in the state.
After a win over Albany Friday night, the Munday Moguls are now just one win away from Cowboys Stadium and a State Championship game. Standing in their way is another highly ranked team in Wellington. They come into this game ranked number three in the state.

"You have a goal. This week the goal is to win that semifinal game. You get to this point, you have you're mind set on what you want to accomplish. Complacency shouldn't be a part of it. The team we're facing this week, Wellington, is 13-0," said head coach Corcoran.

"We set a goal at the beginning of the season to go to Cowboys Stadium, and we keep that ahead of us. That keeps us motivated to play every week," said Trey Stinnett.  "Just keep playing hard. Practicing hard every day. Come out here and do what coach tells us to do, and we'll be there."

"It doesn't get any easier. It's only going to get harder. The harder it gets, the concentration and focus has got to turn up. So, I think everyone of us, watching the mood at practice, everyone is ready to go," said Ryder Dillard. " "We're looking forward to this, and I'm sure the Wellington kids are looking forward to this. I mean we knocked them out of the playoffs last year, so I'm sure they're ready for another shot at us. We're also ready for another shot at them."

The Moguls have taken on plenty of good teams this season. Albany and Stamford are just a couple that come to mind. Wellington will prove to be another one of those teams. Entering the game witha  13-0 reacord.

In the end someone will end their season with their first loss, and the other is on to Cowboys Stadium. 
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