Aug 9, 2013 6:07 PM by Alan Harwell - email@example.com
CORPUS CHRISTI- The Tuloso-Midway Warriors play in one of the toughest disticts anywhere but they are determined to have their say in how it all plays out this year. Five starters return on offense led by QB Caleb Rozypal who started every game last year as a sophomore. The Warriors will run the slot-T with a little spread mixed in.
The defense returns four starters and will be anchored by linebacker Orlando Pena and and defensive back Michael Gonzales. Pena led the team in tackles with 63 and Gonzales added 49 more.
If the Warriors want to improve on last year's 1-5 district record, they will have to depend on a lot of new faces because this was a team that was hit hard by graduation.
"We lost 33 seniors so I guess our strengths include the fact that we've got a 9-1 jv group coming up," said head coach Brian Boone. "We've got a lot of young kids ready to step up on Friday nights. It's been a long summer and off season so everyone is ready and excited to go."
Dave Campbell's 30-4A Rankings:
2. Port Lavaca Calhoun
4. Victoria East
5. Victoria West
6. Beevile Jones