It’s December, the No. 3 Wildcats (13-1) are in the state football semifinals for the fifth-consecutive year, and for the third-straight season they will face the undefeated No. 2 Gunter Tigers (14-0).
This familiarity has become commonplace in the Panhandle. For half a decade, the Wildcats have been all but assured as one of the final four teams left standing. What’s unfamiliar territory for Canadian is the role of the underdog.
Gunter has assured that in a lake of Wildcat victories, the Tigers are a drought. Of the 103 teams the Wildcats have faced the last century, only…
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