2021 C-CITY FOOTBALL PREVIEW: More experienced Wolves looking to get back in win column

COLORADO CITY — Coming off back-to-back 0-10 campaigns, the Colorado City Wolves are eager to get back on a winning path. And with all but one starter returning from last year’s squad, coach Dan Gainey is hopeful his team will be better equipped to compete in 2021. 

But turning improvement into wins won’t be easy for a Wolves team that will still be relying on a number of young players in key spots — particularly against a schedule that features tough nondistrict games against Albany, Crane, Ballinger, Coahoma and Coleman before the start of a difficult District 3-2A Division I slate.

So for Gainey, the key is progress and continuing to lay bricks as Colorado City pushes forward in its program rebuild.

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