There's a certain phrase heard often throughout Taylor County.
"Go Dogs" Says Greg Sneed
That's for the Bulldogs of Taylor County High and this year they're strapping up the pads focused on one thing... winning a district title.
"We can win district. We gotta go up against some tough teams. We have the talent. we don't have that many numbers, but we have the talent. We've got the determination to do it." Says Jameson Tyler Dubose
The key to the Bulldogs success is their safety, and versatile quarterback, Greg Sneed.
"Greg is an important part of this team. He's been an important part of this team for the past two years. he led us in receptions last year. He was also one of our leading rushers. We look for great things from him this year at the quarterback position." Price Harris
And Greg's not alone. He has a dangerous wide receiver in Quentin Oliver that compliments Sneed's style to perfection.
"He has great determination. He goes and gets the ball. He makes big plays at the right time." Says Greg Sneed
The Dogs will have their work cut out for them considering the competition of their district.
From Taylor County, Dave Robin, WCTV,.. Eyewitness sports.
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