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Meadow prepares for District Homecoming game

After a long drive back home from Happy last week, the Meadow Broncos will have home field advantage this Friday. The Broncos at 0-5 will be looking for their first win of the season against the 1-5 Wellman-Union Wildcats. This Friday’s game between the two cross county rival teams will mark the start of the District season for both the Broncos and the Wildcats. Friday night will also be host to Homecoming activities for Meadow. When asked how Homecoming affects his players, Broncos’ Head Coach Josh Conner told the Brownfield News that Homecoming brings both distractions and excitement to his players. He’s told them to go out and enjoy themselves but not to lose focus. Coach Conner also mentioned that he and his team will be making some adjustments this week both on offense and defense. “We’ve been practicing some things that we haven’t actually shown yet, so we are looking forward to that this week,” Conner said. As for their opponents this week, the Wellman-Union Wildcats, Coach Conner said he told his guys they have to tackle better. “We have to contain,” Conner said. “The Wildcats have a strong run game and we have to be ready for that, we can’t give up.” Kickoff for Friday night’s game is set for 7:30 at Bronco field in Meadow.

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Cubs football prepare for Yellow Jackets

The Brownfield football team had a district debut worth forgetting against Shallowater at Cubs Stadium. The Cubs were easily defeated 57-6 in front of their home fans, but look to make amends with their second district game of the season. Brownfield faces Kermit on the road Friday, in a battle of two winless teams. When the final whistle blows one of the teams will have its first win of the season, and Brownfield will look to be the winner.

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Wildcats football win shoot out with Longhorns

On Friday, Oct. 3 the Wellman-Union football team traveled to Loop for its final non-district game of the season. The Wildcats were riding a 10 game losing streak dating back to the 2019-20 season when their last win came in a 49-33 win over Sands on the road. The Wildcats were able to replicate that Friday night on Sept. 27, 2019 against Loop with a 68-45 road win.

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Lady Cubs overcome rough first set to sweep Squaws

The last time Brownfield and Friona met on the volleyball court it was at Friona, and the Lady Cubs swept the Squaws 25-18, 25-15, 25-15. The Lady Cubs looked to do the same when they got onto their home court Tuesday night. After a very slow start in the first set, the Lady Cubs improved to 15-2 on the season and 4-1 in district play, with another sweep of the Squaws 25-23, 25-10, 25-9.

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Irving company pivots to green energy

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JUST A THOUGHT: “October Surprise”

Well, we all learned last Friday that the President of the United States Donald Trump caught the COVID-19 virus. Now, there is some right wing conspiracy theorist that have speculated that the Dems somehow gave it to him and there are some Dems that believe he is faking. Honestly, let’s just go with “he contracted the coronavirus”. There is no need to be ugly about someone getting sick. It doesn’t matter who that person is, just be kind about it and move on. But I’m not writing about being kind today, I want to talk about something else that is intriguing.

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It’s time to point out the PRIDE of the

I graduated from Brownfield High School in 2007. While I attended BHS, I was involved in NHS, SNHS, UIL, and band. I was also a 2-year varsity basketball and track athlete, and a 4-year varsity tennis player. My senior year in basketball we were able to make it to the Regional Finals, in track I ran at the regional meet for the 800 and the 4 x 400 relay, and in tennis, my partners and I played at the regional meet all 4 years. Our UIL accounting team also competed at the regional meet in Odessa. I graduated ranked #9 in my class.

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