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Bulldogs Continue Playoff Tradition

A football tradition continues in Kilgore. It's late November and the Bulldogs are still standing in the playoffs.

Kilgore defeated Marshall last week in the bi-district playoffs. The Bulldogs getting some revenge after Marshall defeated them in the regular season.

Now attention turns to the 10-1 Ennis Lions. Ennis is coached by Sam Harrell father of Texas Tech quarterback Graham Harrell.

"Coach Harrell's got a big weekend.," Kilgore coach Mike Vallery said. "He's got the Kilgore Bulldogs Friday night and then him and his son have the Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday."

" It's a big weekend for him so I hope he has one game that's real good for him and one that's disappointing for him and that's the Kilgore game I'm talking about," Vallery laughed.

"Last year was disappointing," Bulldogs quarterback Steven McBryde said. "We got beat pretty bad by a team from the Metroplex (Highland Park). So this year we get to go back and play another team from the Metroplex and we want to come out on top now."

Kilgore and Ennis kickoff at 7:30 Friday night at Mesquite's Memorial Stadium.

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