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Forgan Brings Championshp Focus into Season

KSCB News - August 17, 2010 12:00 am

The Forgan Bulldogs are one of the teams to beat in Oklahoma Class C this fall. They only lose two players from last year’s 8-5 team who advanced all the way to the semifinals before losing to Seiling who moved up to Class B this year. Forgan hopes to duplicate a state championship run like in 1974 or a runner up season like 2002. Third year head coach Doug Bowles has 23 players out for football. Shattuck is always a favorite and Timberlake is the defending state champ. Deer Creek-Lamont is a contender after beating Shattuck in the playoffs.

Some of the key Bulldogs include jr. qb/cb Rhett Radcliff, jr. ng/g Tanner Jones, sr. Matt Morris, sr. lb/og Taylor Eagan, sr. lb/e Tyler McReynolds, sr. wr/rb/cb Dusty Armstrong, jr. jumping jack wr. Ryan Radcliff, and sr. lineman Angel Torres.

Under Bowles, the Bulldogs were 4-6, 8-5 and hope to be even better this year. The Bulldogs will be featured during the Sportsguys Tuesday morning between 7:37 and 9 a.m on Talkradio 1270 and kscbnews.net.

Schedule

Sept. 3- Canton

Sept. 10- at Buffalo

Sept. 17- Tyrone

Sept. 24- Shattuck

Oct. 1- at Waynoka

Oct. 8- at Sharon Mutual

Oct. 15- Deer Creek-Lamont

Oct. 21- Goodwell

Oct. 29- at Balko

Nov. 5- Boise City

 

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