Colorado City hopes to continue momentum

After finishing 11-2 last year and reaching the Region I-3A Division II semifinals, the Colorado City Wolves may have some room for improvement in 2018 — depending on a couple of things.

First, a young defensive line with three new starters thrown into the Friday night fire will have to perform well. Secondly, C-City must continue its trend of controlling the football while staying on the plus side of the turnovers.

To achieve both, the Wolves bring seven offensive and six defensive starters back from a club that bookended 11 straight victories with a season-opening loss to Albany (13-1) and a season-ending loss to Canadian (14-1) last year.

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