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Pigskin Preview: Whiteface Antelopes

(Source: Pete Christy, KCBD) (Source: Pete Christy, KCBD)
WHITEFACE, TX (KCBD) -

After a 1-9 season, the Whiteface Antelopes are looking to turn things around under coach Jason Fortner.

"We're hoping this year to get back on track. I'm excited. The boys are too. We need to bounce back from last season."

With new opponents in non-district, including O'Donnell, White Deer and Grandfalls, the Antelopes plan to be ready to go when District rolls around.

Residing with Anton, Hart and Nazareth in District 2 of 1A Division I, Whiteface is hungry to get the season started.

"We got new stands. You can feel it in the air. I'm excited. The town is excited. I've been here 14 years. It's my 3rd as head coach and I think it will go well."

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