Big Spring Herald

Coahoma looks to stay unbeaten with road trip to Merkel this Friday night

- By SHAWN MORAN Herald Sports Writer

Coahoma continued to roll last Friday night in a 34-0 rivalry win over Colorado City. Head Coach Chris Joslin had his team ready to go and defensive coordinato­r Mitchell Woodard’s defense pitched their second shutout of the season.

The Bulldogs have outscored their first four opponents by a score of 157-47 this season and will face-off against the 2-2 Merkel Bulldogs this Friday night. It will be Coahoma’s second straight game on the road and they will look to continue building on the successes they have had early this season.

“We’ve cut our penalties way back. The big thing on offense is the way we have been spreading the ball around to everybody.”

The Bulldogs have been giving consistent touches to running backs Brysen Kerby and Isaiah Martin while also involving talented wide receivers Tony Hagins and Sean Striegler in the gameplan weekly. Tight end Colin Daniels has found himself in a role as an offensive threat that always seems to coast under the defense’s radar.

 ?? Courtesy Photo/Coahoma ISD ?? Coahoma tight end Colin Daniels goes untouched into the end zone for a touchdown. It was Daniels’ third touchdown on his fifth reception of the season.
Courtesy Photo/Coahoma ISD Coahoma tight end Colin Daniels goes untouched into the end zone for a touchdown. It was Daniels’ third touchdown on his fifth reception of the season.

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