Cashion: Ready for battle of 12-0 clubs...
By Robert Przybylo
Cashion (12-0) vs. Stroud (12-0)
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday
Where: Stroud HS
While some of the more prominent eight-man teams that moved up two years ago have kinda fallen back, Cashion remains strong.
I mean real strong. Lynn Shackelford’s club is 12-0 and is riding a sea of positive momentum heading into Friday’s quarterfinal at Stroud.
I’ve been a huge backer of A-2 all season. I’ve harped about how good Cashion, OCS and Watonga are this year.
Well, two of the three still remain, but it’s because of the way all three played against each other that made me realize how good this team could be.
What I love about a situation like this is how a town comes together through a team’s success. Shackelford has noticed it, too.
It’s been an outstanding atmosphere. The town has really rallied around the kids. Sports in a lot of ways can be the heartbeat of a town and bring people together.” – Shackelford
Stopping a fake punt against Velma-Alma late in the first half proved to be crucial to the Wildcats’ success.
It was only 14-13 at that point. Cashion drove in and scored to make it 21-3 at half. And then Cashion took the first possession of the second half to make it 28-13, and that was all she wrote.
Quarterback Jeremy Seaton has been the key to the team’s offensive success. Later in the week I’ll take a look at what Cashion is going to need to do to move to 13-0.
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