The Ralls Jackrabbits finished up 2015 with a record of 0-10, but they are pumped up for 2016.
"We had a lot of young kids starting positions, which gave us a lot of in game experience with the young ones and that will pay dividends," says Ralls head coach Jeff Caffey.
In their 6-team district of 2-2A District 2, the Jackrabbits look to make some noise.
"We start off with Crosbyton, and if anyone knows about that rivalry, it is definitely a rivalry game. Then we will travel to Wellington, the new comer on the block. We have Clarendon on the road, then we come home and have Lockney. Then we finish up with Memphis, you know our district last year was the toughest in region 1. Not only is it tough but it is exciting at the same time, I mean you have to rise to the challenge every single week," Caffey said.
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