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Forgan Peaking at Right Time
11/19/2009

Miguel Ordonez and Aaron Hall

Many Forgan fans and players will tell you the 7-4 Forgan Bulldogs are saving their best for last. The Dogs mercy-ruled Victory Life 46-0 in the first round of the Class C playoffs. One of the two seniors on the team Miquel Ordonez picked off two passes and returned one for a touchdown. Ordonez says he's enjoying the ride. "As a senior it feels great," Ordonez said. "It's the last chance at state. We want to see how we compete against those other guys. It feels great to have this team reach this point." Forgan won their first playoff game since 2003 when they were a semifinalist. Forgan finished as a runner-up in 2002 and won state in 1974. Two years ago, Forgan went 1-8 but improved to 4-6 last year under coach Doug Bowles. Senior Aaron Hall says he's tried to lead a young group again this year. "We help everybody stay focused on what we're after," Hall said. "We keep them pumped up and ready to play." Key players include Taylor Agen, Matt Morris, Tyler McReynolds, Dusty Armstrong, and Rhett Radcliff. Rhett is the quarterback of an offense which put up big numbers Friday. "I like running it because coach Bowles lets me run it how I want to do," Radcliff said. "I think we're getting better because we're learning to trust each other. I think our chemistry is getting better." Forgan plays at 7-4 Covington-Douglas Friday night at 7:30 PM.

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