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JOHN VAUGHN BONNIE HOOTEN PETE PERRY Junior Play Declarnation Poetry Reading One Act Play All-Star-Ca st N . T . S. Officer Class Favorite Football Basketball Band Los Amigos Club Annual Staff Track Class Officer Cue 8: Curtain Baseball Boxing LANCE ME YNERS Transferred fr om Kerrville Track Speech Club Volleyball Octet F.H.A. Los Amigos Glee Club Band JIMMIE MENZIES Football All-District Co-Captain Basketball Class Secretary Class Favorite Junior Play N. T . S. Class President Student Council President F.F.A. Officer Grass-Judging Meat- Judging Fine Stock- Judging Football Captain All-District All-State Basketball Captain All-District All-Tournament Track Regional Meet Annual Staff Class Officer Class Favorite Declarnation District ELEN WALSTON Band F.I-LA. Glee Club Basketball Volleyball Speech Club Sophomore Fav. Typing Poetry Reading Ready Writing”
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LAVON QBANNERQ SWINDALL Class Officer 52-56 Football 52-56 All-District 54-56 Most Popular 55-56 Track 53-54 Tennis 55-56 Baseball 52-56 Junior Play 54-55 F.F.A. 55-56 N.T.S. 55-56 Poetry Reading 55-56 Annual Staff 54-56 Cue 8: Curtain 55-56 L v ELIZABETH JACKSON Queen Cand. 53-54 Glee Club 53 Cue 8: Curtain 53-54 F.H.A. 53-54 Volleyball 53 Cheerleader ' 53-54 Pep Squad 53-54 Typing 54-55 Hi-Life Staff 55-56 Jr. Play 55 ,S SAM LAGOW TERRY HOOTEN Football Football All-District Track Track Baseball Band Football Mgr , Hi-Life Staff All-District Editor Junior Play Most Versatile F,F,A, Band Co- Captain President Class Officer BERNAY SHEFFIELD Football Basketball Baseball Track Junior Play Spanish Club Officer Cue 8: Curtain Poetry Reading JAMES STONE Band Cue 8: Curtain N'o.T.S. Los Amigos 4 Annual Staff Junior Play Senior Play Senior Favorite”
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Plowboys Shut Out Menard 62-0
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The NO. 24 Roscoe Plowboys crushed the Menared Yellow Jackets at home 62-0 Friday night.
In the first quarter, Brayden Beal handed it off to Francisco Garcia, and he took it 41 yards for the first touchdown of the game as Roscoe took a 7-0 lead.
Menard got the ball and was looking for a big play, but Clemente Aquayo intercepted the pass to give the ball back to the Plowboys.
After the interception, Garcia scored from five yards out, and Roscoe lead 14-0.
We’re still in the first and Beal hit Jose Ortega with a little screen and he got in for Roscoe’s third touchdown. The Plowboys lead 21-0 in the first quarter.
Roscoe dominated 62-0. They’re 2-3 on the season.
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Menard football team ready to put 2020 in the rearview mirror
After taking their lumps in a winless season last year, the Menard Yellow Jackets are planning to start turning things around in Justin Gorman's second season as head coach in 2021.
"We kind of treated last year as one long offseason, trying to grow in the weight room and (improve on) speed and agility, while at the same time playing the game," Gorman said.
"But our focus was really just getting better every day and stronger and faster. We never got in the win column during the football season, but it showed when we got into the spring. We had an awesome spring. We ended up tying for first in basketball and winning a district title in track."
Menard finished 0-10 overall and 0-5 in District 14-2A Division II last year.
The Jackets return nine starters on both sides of the ball, but Gorman says not to read too much into that.
"That doesn't mean we have a lot of experience," the Menard coach said. "Some of our kids who were starters never even played football before last year.
"Whether it was family decisions or grades or whatever, we made an effort to get kids eligible and take care of stuff in the classroom and take care of disciplinary issues and get kids to where they could play," said Gorman, who was the offensive coordinator at Tahoka before coming to Menard last season.
Menard's coaching staff has started to see improvements in the weight room and on the track.
"That's put us in a much better spot to start in this season," Gorman said. "We can use what we built last year and try to get us a couple of wins this season.
Gorman talked about how the Jackets will look on offense.
"Our quarterback, Jordan McSherry, he does have some experience under his belt," Gorman said of the 5-foot-8, 185-pounder. "Last year, he made quite a few mistakes, whether it was fumbling snaps or exchanges with the running backs or interceptions.
"But we feel like he has come a long way in his decision-making abilities and his mechanics, and we expect him to have a much better season."
Junior running back Joel Guerrero (5-10, 155) brings a lot to the table, Gorman said.
"Joel is a great athlete. He can do a lot of different things for us, whether it's running the ball or going out as a receiver as well. He has a wide range of skills and we plan to use Joel quite a bit," Gorman said.
"He's got a lot of speed and quickness, and he's got that toughness that you want in a kid who's carrying the load for you."
Menard will shake things up by moving senior Zadrian Zapata from center to fullback.
"Zadrian is one of the bigger kids on our team, but he also has speed and quickness as well," Gorman said of the 5-10, 265-pounder. "And he actually has soft hands.
"With him coming through the hole leading the way for Joel, I think it's going to give Joel a lot more opportunities and it'll be a lot tougher on defenses."
Gorman said one of the reasons they moved Zapata from center to fullback is how well the offensive line has shown improvements strength-wise and in the offseason
"Those guys have stepped up from Day 1 in two-a-days," the Menard coach said. "The offensive system isn't new to them anymore."
Senior receiver Orlando Resendiz (6-0, 140) is a player who could be poised for a breakthrough season.
"Really, I was expecting a stronger district season from Orlando last season, but unfortunately he got hurt right before district and didn't make it through district competition," the Menard coach said.
"He's another one who has come a long way and made great improvements in strength and speed, and now he has some experience to go along with it. And he's one who I feel like can be a big-time player for us."
A lot of the same faces will be playing defense as well.
"Especially with our numbers, our best players have to play both ways," Gorman said. "And that's not always a bad thing, as long as they're in good enough shape to do it.
"In our summer workouts and during a two-a-days, we focused on conditioning so that our better players have to go both ways and are able to do it at a high level. Enough of our kids have made progress to where our kids are going to have to play both ways, but they shouldn't have to start both ways."
Gorman says the strength of the defense will probably be the linebacking corps that includes McSherry, senior Jonathan Saucedo (6-0, 190), senior Ulises Osornio (6-0, 185), junior Isaiah Stanislawski (6-3, 185) and sophomore Hunter Whitaker (5-7, 145).
"We've got guys who now have experience and they know how to read an offense and get downhill to the ball," the Jackets coach said. "We've got some decent size up front with our defensive linemen that are going to protect our 'backers and allow them to get to the ball and make plays."
Menard is scheduled to open the season at home against Cross Plains on Aug. 27. The remainder of the nondistrict schedule includes contests against Bartlett, Ropes, Ozona and Harper.
"It's kind of a hard thing finding a balance in the nondistrict schedule," Gorman said. "Yes, you want to play tough competition, but you also want to develop a little bit of confidence in the kids.
"With the 0-10 season that we had last year, developing and building that confidence early in our season I think is going to play a big role in how we end up doing in our tough district."
The district opener will be on the road against Junction on Oct. 8.
Gorman knows it's hard to argue with Texas Football magazine picking Christoval and Eldorado to finish first and second again.
"Christoval graduated a stud quarterback (All-West Texas 11-Man Super Team MVP Brayden Wilcox), but they've still got a lot of pieces to the puzzle, and they're still going to be a really good football team," Gorman said.
"Eldorado has their quarterback (senior Korbin Covarrubiaz) coming back, and we were highly impressed with him last year. He's going to be a threat that we've got to figure out how to contain. Those two teams are going to be tough, and to compete for a district championship, you've got to go through those two."
The Jackets want to be competitive every Friday night and give themselves a chance to win some games.
"We had some rough games with our final scores last year, but like I said, we treated last year like an offseason," Gorman said. "Our kids have come a long way with their mental toughness and physical abilities.
"It's going to do wonders for us in the second half of games, which is where games got away from us last year. We felt like we were in a lot of ballgames in the first half and weren't able to sustain it in the second half."
Menard Yellow Jackets
District: 14-2A Division II
Head coach: Justin Gorman (0-10; all at Menard)
Last year’s record: 0-10; 0-5 in district
Last district title/playoff appearance: 2017/2019
Stadium: Findlay Field
Returning lettermen: 18
Returning off./def. starters: 9/9
Base offense: Power I
Base defense: 4-3
Team strength: Experience
Team weakness: Depth
Players to watch
FB/DL Zadrian Zapata (5-10, 265), QB/LB Jordan McSherry (5-8, 185), OL/DL Gavin Johnston (6-2, 255), FB/DB Joel Guerrero (5-10, 155), TE/LB Isaiah Stanislawski (6-3, 185), WR/DB Orlando Resendiz (6-0, 140), OL/LB Jonathan Saucedo (6-0, 190)
Aug. 27 Cross Plains
Sept. 3 Bartlett
Sept. 10 vs. Ropes (at Big Spring)
Sept. 17 at Ozona
Sept. 24 at Harper
Oct. 8 at Junction*
Oct. 15 Christoval*
Oct. 22 at Miles*
Oct. 29 Eldorado*
Nov. 5 at Rocksprings*
Cross Plains L 6-54
McCamey L 6-56
Ropes L 6-33
Ozona L 0-46
Harper L 13-33
Junction L 6-73
Christoval L 0-66
Miles L 20-57
Eldorado L 7-68
Rocksprings L 21-54
Charles Bryce is a journalist covering sports in West Texas. Send him a news tip at [email protected] Consider supporting West Texas journalism with a subscription to GoSanAngelo.com.
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