Meade Looks for Better Buffaloes in 2018

Brock Kappelmann - August 20, 2018 1:15 pm

Meade was 5-5 and made the playoffs in 2017.  They were a solid yet unspectacular team.  Most programs would sign up for that kind of season.  But in Meade where they had won 107 games the past 10 years and hadn’t experienced a non winning season since 2005, a 5-5 season has provided motivation for the 2018 Buffaloes.  Meade has 25 out for football at the now 1A school under second year head coach Justin Powell.  They have just three starters back on both sides of the ball.  Meade expects to start seven seniors.

Some of the key Buffaloes are Sr. OT/DE Angel Medrano, Sr. FB/LB Gatlin Clawson, Sr. OT/DT Marco Ornelas, Sr.  and TB/CB Jarret Stapleton.  Meade was featured during the Sportsguys Monday morning.

Schedule

August 31- Lakin

September 7- at Cimarron

September 14- Southwestern Heights (102.7 and kscbnews.net)

September 21- at Stanton County

September 28- Elkhart

October 5- at Sedgwick

October 12- Inman

October 19- at Sublette

 

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