Category: Forsan Buffaloes

CLASS 2A BI-DISTRICT REPORT: Cisco, Forsan, Hawley, Bangs, Coleman, Albany, Santo all advance to area round

REGION I-2A DIV. I 

Cisco 55, Reagan County 0 — The Loboes dominated Reagan County, rolling up 555 yards in total offense, of which 378 were on the round. 

Hunter Long and Trent Huston combined for 263 yards rushing and four touchdowns to lead Cisco (9-2), which led 42-0 at the break.

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Big Country Preps Boys Basketball Position Rankings: Posts

After highlighting the Big Country’s top guards and forwards the past two nights, we now take a look at the area’s best big men.

For the final installment in our three-part boys basketball position rankings series, we rank the Big Country’s top 10 post players.

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading through our rankings, and make sure to check back for all our boys and girls basketball coverage this season.

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Big Country Preps Boys Basketball Position Rankings: Guards

With boys basketball season beginning this week, it’s time to shine a spotlight on some of the players you’ll be reading about throughout the 2022-23 season.

For the first installment in a three-part series that will cover all positions on the area boys basketball scene, we’ll be taking a look at the Big Country’s top guards, ranking our top 10 with a list of others to watch this winter.

We hope you enjoy reading through our list.

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DISTRICT 3-2A DIV. I WEEK 11 REPORT: Sonora runs through Forsan to nab No. 1 playoff seed

Sonora 48, Forsan 21 — The Broncos rode a fast start to a comfortable win over the Buffaloes, pulling ahead 28-0 by halftime and protecting that lead from there.

Sonora (8-2, 4-1) outgained Forsan 642-249, rushing for 464 yards in the victory. Quarterback Jaime Buitron led that effort, rushing for 235 yards and four touchdowns while adding 178 yards and two more scores through the air.

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Big Country Preps Girls Basketball Position Rankings: Posts

After focusing on the top guards and forwards the Big Country has to offer the past two nights, it’s time to shift our attention to the paint.

For the final installment in our three-part position rankings series, we list our top-10 post players for the 2022-23 season.

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading through these rankings, and make sure to come back next week when we’ll feature the top boys basketball players in the Big Country.

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Big Country Preps Girls Basketball Position Rankings: Forwards

After kicking off our girls basketball position rankings series with the guards on Tuesday, we now turn our attention to the forwards.

For the second installment in our three-part series, we rank the area’s top 10 players at that position with some others to watch for in 2022-23.

We hope you enjoy our list.

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Big Country Preps Girls Basketball Position Rankings: Guards

With the girls basketball season upon us, it’s time to take a look at the local and area players who will be making the biggest impact for their teams during the 2022-23 season.

For the first installment in a three-part series that will cover all positions, we’ll be focusing on the Big Country’s top guards, ranking our top 10 with a list of others to watch this season.

As with any such list, these rankings are subjective. We hope you enjoy reading through our selections.

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DISTRICT 3-2A DIV. I WEEK 10 REPORT: Forsan clinches at least share of league title with rout of Ozona

Forsan 47, Ozona 14 — The Buffaloes locked up at least a share of their first district championship since 2015 with a blowout win over the Lions.

Forsan (8-1, 4-0), which outgained Ozona 463-249, built a 19-7 lead by halftime and used a 21-point fourth quarter to put the Lions away for good.

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DISTRICT 3-2A DIV. I WEEK 9 REPORT: Forsan outlasts Christoval in key league matchup

Forsan 14, Christoval 6 — The Buffaloes scored a big district win, rallying past the Cougars to take sole possession of first place in this league.

After the two teams played to a scoreless tie through the first three quarters, Christoval (4-4, 2-1) struck first early in the fourth to take a 6-0 lead. But Forsan countered with a pair of touchdowns in the final nine minutes — the last with about five minutes remaining — to improve to 7-1 overall and 3-0 in district play.

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DISTRICT 3-2A DIV. I WEEK 8 REPORT: Forsan runs through Anthony to improve to 2-0 in league play

Forsan 37, Anthony 0 — The Buffaloes continued their dominant start to league play, overwhelming the Wildcats from start to finish in a shutout win. 

Forsan (6-1, 2-0) built a 24-0 lead by halftime to remove all intrigue early and tacked on 13 more points in the third quarter to put the game completely out of reach.

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FEATURE: Forsan’s success this fall a complete team effort

Forsan’s 40-7 steamrolling of Reagan County last Friday in the District 3-2A Division I opener isn’t exactly a newsflash. After going 10-2 last year, the Buffaloes are making a habit of being a regional threat.

But the way the Buffs took care of their offensive business against the Owls not only defied 2022 convention, it served notice to future opponents that this monster has multiple heads.

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DISTRICT 3-2A DIV. I WEEK 7 REPORT: Forsan blasts Reagan County to open league play

Forsan 40, Reagan County 7 — The Buffaloes opened district play in impressive fashion, rushing for 234 yards in a blowout win over the Owls.

Forsan (5-1, 1-0), which outgained Reagan County 326-283, forced four turnovers, intercepting Owls quarterback Kason Brown three times. That allowed the Buffs to build a 26-0 lead by halftime, ending the competitive phase of the game early.

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DISTRICT 3-2A DIV. I WEEK 6 REPORT: Reagan County only team in action as others enjoy week off before district

Reagan County 23, Kermit 20 (OT) — The Owls outlasted the Yellow Jackets, overcoming two-score deficits at 14-3 and 20-10 to defeat KHS in overtime.

A week after Kermit upset fellow District 3-2A Division I team Forsan, Reagan County outscored the Yellow Jackets 10-0 in the second half and 3-0 in the extra period to improve to 3-2 on the year.

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DISTRICT 3-2A DIV. I WEEK 5 REPORT: Forsan comes up just short in one-point loss to Kermit

Kermit 14, Forsan 13 — The Yellow Jackets shut the Buffaloes out in the second half and scored the only touchdown of the fourth quarter to overcome a 13-8 halftime deficit and claim a dramatic one-point win. 

Kermit outgained Forsan 254-186 in the defensive dogfight, overcoming a 4-1 deficit in the turnover margin to score the victory.

Nate Gensler ran for a game-high 139 yards and a touchdown to lead the Yellow Jackets, who also got 103 yards receiving from Jadan Bejarano. The Buffs (4-1), meanwhile, were paced by Kevin Kligora, who rushed for 93 yards on 21 carries. Brooks Wright had a pick-six for the game’s first score, and Brycen Cervantes ran for Forsan’s only offensive TD. 

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DISTRICT 3-2A DIV. I WEEK 4 REPORT: Kligora, Forsan run wild in blowout win over McCamey

Forsan 33, McCamey 2 — The Buffaloes stayed unbeaten with a blowout win over the Badgers, increasing a 13-2 halftime lead to 26-2 after three quarters and cruising from there to their fourth consecutive victory.

Forsan gained 342 of its 352 yards on the ground, getting 209 yards and a pair of touchdowns from Kevin Kligora. Brooks Wright added 68 yards rushing on six carries, while Huston Stockton and Brycen Cervantes also had scoring runs for the Buffs.

The FHS defense was virtually flawless, keeping the McCamey offense off the board and improving its opponents’ scoring average to 11 points per game for the season.

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BIG COUNTRY PREPS GAME OF THE WEEK: Brownwood entertains red hot Glen Rose (w/ Evan Ren’s Big Country picks)

LAST WEEK: 51-10, .836
SEASON TOTAL: 131-42, .757

Football picks are something I take pride in and it irritates me to no end when I stink it up. So let’s just say, I burned some midnight oil to get that situation corrected last week. 

As a result, the column recovered with a solid .836 percentage in Week 3, salvaging my bruised ego after a disastrous Week 2 tally. In all, 51 of 61 area picks hit the mark last week, elevating my season’s record above 75 percent. 

That’s more like it.

Week 4 in the meantime, presents a lineup of some of the most difficult area picks we’ve had this season — including an explosive Glen Rose team facing Brownwood in our BCP Game of the Week. Let’s dive in, shall we? 

Here’s this week’s forecast: 

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