ARLINGTON – I have been covering high school football for more than 35 years, but I have never witnessed an individual performance like I did Friday in the Class 4A, Division II state final at AT&T Stadium.
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After a slow start to the season, the Cuero Gobblers football team found itself with a 1-1 record and dealing with injuries to some key players. Things would get better. A lot better. The Gobblers started winning and didn’t lose again, capturing a district title, regional title — and that elusive state title that Cuero hadn’t won since 1987. Find the story of the Gobblers’ Glory on this special page, starting with fall practice and ending with the state title.
ARLINGTON – When Cuero senior Keiran Grant looked up and saw his teammates celebrating their Class 4A, Division II state championship, he had to take a moment to gather his thoughts.
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