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Resiliency pays off for Gobblers

By Robert Proctor

The Cuero Record

Whether it was due it be homecoming, a rivalry or Gonzales coming out of the gate quicker, the Gobblers had a slow start in their third game of the season. Cuero fell behind in the opening quarter for the second straight game but came alive in the final three to defeat their longtime rival, 60-21.

“I think the kids were really resilient,” head coach Travis Reeve said. “We gave up a big play there at the first of the game. Credit Gonzales; they made a great play. We were right there, and they made a great play.”

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