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2006................................................................................2-7 2007................................................................................2-7 2008................................................................................6-4 2009................................................................................4-5 2010................................................................................6-5 2011................................................................................8-3 2012................................................................................3-6 # 2013.............................................................................1-2 # 2014...........................................................................12-0 # 2015.............................................................................7-3 #2016............................................................................11-1 #2017..............................................................................9-3 23 SWJCFC & Texas Junior College Conference Championships Fanfare Weekly-2:Layout 1 9/3/15 1:28 PM Page 1 Friday, September 4, 2015 W e e k l y Don’t miss a on second of action Catching this football season as the Brownsboro optimistic Athens heading into Bullard Week Two Review has it covered STAFF WRITER Brownsboro head coach Jason Hooker came out of Friday’s 38-13 loss to Crandall optimistic about the way his team looks af- ter the first week of the year. “I was pleased with our kids’ efforts,” Hooker said. “I was worried about our con- ditioning going into the game because we don't have a lot of depth but I was really pleased that our kids didn't seem to be bothered by fatigue. I felt like we controlled the game for most of the first half, but be- cause of turnovers, untimely penalties and missed scoring opportunities we couldn't finish like we wanted.” In the latest Harris Ratings poll, the Schedules for all Henderson County area teams, including the teams in each district. Best of all, it fits in your pocket. Pick one up at locations across HC. 7:30 p.m. Line: Bullard by 21 Malakoff at Daingerfield 7:30 p.m. Line: Malakoff by 27 Eustace at Sunnyvale 7:30 p.m. Line: Sunnyvale by 25 Kemp at Scurry-Rosser Caleb See BEARS, Page 4B Seale A special section published each Friday in the Athens Daily Review that previews each team’s game that week while looking back at the top performers from the previous week. Also included are stat leaders. • FRIDAY NIGHT FLASHBACK A regional product from CNHI newspapers published in the Saturday Athens Daily Review that recaps the previous night’s game for Henderson, Anderson, Cherokee and Navarro counties. Ho m e o p e n e r Brownsboro at Bullard 7:30 p.m. Line: Canton by 24 Bears are 21-point underdogs to the Bullard Panthers. They will be on the road Friday at Bullard looking for their first win of the season. “The Panthers are a well-coached physi- cal ball team,” Hooker said. “They base out of a 3-4 defense led by senior linebacker Mikah Hughes who is committed to Yale. They have a strong power running game. We like how we match up with them and look forward to getting back on the field and seeing if we can be more consistent.” In the loss to Crandall, senior Tamrick Pace and junior Wyatt Rinehart had strong performances for the Bears. • FANFARE WEEKLY 7:30 p.m. Line: Athens by 31 Live on 1410 AM - KLVQ Mabank at Canton • POCKET GUIDE By Joe Elerson Diboll at Athens 7:30 p.m. Line: Scurry-Rosser by 28 Cross Roads at Dawson 7:30 p.m. Line: Cross Roads by 41 Inspired Vision at Trinidad 7:30 p.m. Line: Trinidad by 12 Athens Prep at Victory Brownwood 7:30 p.m. Line: Brownwood by 8 Line provided by Harris Ratings and sixmanfootball.com Watch List Searching for a win, these players are key to their team’s success