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Miller and Moody emerge as early surprise teams in High School football

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We are in week three of the high school football season and who has been the surprise teams so far? 

Several may fit the billing; but you have to admit Miller and Moody High are turning some heads.

The Bucs from Miller are 2-0 to start the season and that has not happened since 2002.

Miller beat Carroll in the season opener, in triple overtime. Their first win over the Tigers since 2001 and last week, the Bucs beat King, something that hasn't happened since 2002.

First year coach Justen Evans says he is thankful and happy for the Miller community, "it feels great more than for me for our kids and our community. The overwhelming support they have shown. The stands were packed and they were loud and they were excited and I'm really excited for the Miller Buc community and alumni."

Miller has a bye this week, their next game is a date with Moody on the 22nd.

Let's talk about Moody! 

Fresh off wins over West Oso in the season opener and Burbank/San Antonio last week.

The Trojans looked great in week one and two but say they knew it all along, "it's not surprising to us and our kids cause they put a lot of work into it this off-season we felt we were growing as a team and getting better as a team from last year," said Coach Mike Cantu.

WR Andrew Hernandez added, "this community has waited a long time for this and i think they finally got this year that we are going to be good and we/our coaches trust us and we have trust in our coaches so its going to be a good season."

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