Tulia offense hopes to outdo No. 4 Air Canadian in district opener

The No. 4 Wildcats (4-1) return to action Friday night.
After taking a bye week to lick their wounds following a 41-20 loss to No. 9 Grapevine Faith, the Wildcats are hungry for some fresh meat, and the sacrificial lamb to open district play are the Tulia Hornets (3-2).
The Hornets have never tasted victory against the Wildcats with the brief series sitting at 5-0-1. In fact, Tulia hasn’t had a hope for wins against the vaunted Canadian machine, losing on average 43-7…

To read the rest of this story, check out this week’s edition of The Canadian Record.

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