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Mustangs Hope this is the Year
08/23/2013
Scripsick and SWH Srs.

They hope this is the year at Southwestern Heights where the Mustangs have eight starters back on both sides of the ball for fourth year head coach Matt Scripsick.  There are 39 out for football at the 3A school and the seniors were freshmen when Scripsick came from Ashland.

But the Mustangs have their work cut out for them.  They are 4-23 the past three years after going 1-8 last year.  SWH is using a new scheme on defense going to a 4-3 and they have two new assistant coaches as Lane Abert comes in from Fort Hays State and Paul Grilliot comes to Heights from rival Lakin.

Key Mustangs include: Sr. FB/LB Saul Sanchez, Sr. G/DT Alexis Loya, Sr. G/DT Saudy Rodriguez, Sr. DT Peter Klasson, Sr. CB Jorge Alverado, and So. QB Emilio Bernabe. 

Heights opens at home against Sublette September 6 on 102.7.  The Mustangs will be featured during the first On the Sidelines at Billy's at 6 p.m. on 102.7 on September 5.  The Mustangs will be featured during the Friday morning Sportsguys between 7:37 and 9 on 1270 and kscbnews.net. 

September 6- Sublette (102.7)

September 13- at Elkhart

September 20- Meade

September 27- Stanton County

October 4- at Syracuse

October 11- at Hugoton (102.7)

October 18- at Holcomb

October 25- Cimarron

October 31- Lakin

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