The 2013 football season has been a record-setting campaign for the Carthage Bulldogs, who have enjoyed the senior campaigns of some of the most prolific offensive players in school history.
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Carthage senior wide receiver Terian "Tee" Goree is certainly making the most of his last year as a member of the Bulldogs' football program.
Carthage and Kilgore may not have played once in the last four years, but don't let that hiatus fool you. These are programs and fan bases with a lot in common and plenty of mutual history.
CORSICANA -- Kilgore's football program prides itself in its old-school approach to the game.
MANSFIELD -- Poor weather conditions prevented Carthage from throwing the ball two of the last three weeks the way head coach Scott Surratt prefers.
Class 3A Division I
La Grange Leopards (13-0)
Carthage Bulldogs (13-1)
7:30 p.m. Friday
Vernon Newsom Stadium, Mansfield
- La Grange: Matt Kates
- Carthage: Scott Surratt
- La Grange: won 21-8 vs. Gonzales
- Carthage: won 28-14 vs. West Orange-Stark
- Winner faces Kilgore
CARTHAGE -- The numerous school records re-written by Blake Bogenschutz, Tevin Pipkin, Terian "Tee" Goree, and a veteran offensive line have grabbed the attention of fans and media following Carthage's 2013 playoff run.
In a season that's included Carthage quarterback Blake Bogenschutz re-writing the school record book, it was running back Tevin Pipkin's turn to bask in the glory.
Separated by less than 30 miles of Highway 64, Chapel Hill and Henderson did battle in front of 22,000-plus at Cowboys Stadium more than two hours west in the 2010 Class 3A Division I state championship game.
BEAUMONT -- With the wind howling in its face, the momentum riding with the opponent, and its season on the line, Carthage assembled its own version of "The Drive."