BOSQUEVILLE, Texas — In recent years, Bosqueville has become synonymous with baseball success, reaching at least the regional finals the last two years. Now, those baseball standouts are trying to change the Bulldogs' fortunes on the football field as well.
The Bulldogs enter the year with very little depth on the offensive line. They have to replace four of five starters from last season. Head Coach Clint Zander said they have the size needed to be successful but need to work hard to improve in that area of inexperience.
"It will be a rebuilding year up there for sure," he said. "We've got a lot of size. We just have to get them moving in the right direction."
As a result, Bosqueville will have to lean on several key pieces at its skill positions early in the year. Newt Schornack will be under center once again.
Baylor baseball commit John Youens will be a big target for Schornak at wide receiver alongside Justin Moore.
"We've got a bunch of young linemen," Youens said. "So we can build up their confidence, and then our quarterback's a senior this year, so we can work around him on offense."
The Bulldogs are trying to rebound from a first-round playoff exit against Marlin last season.
Bosqueville is picked to finish third in a crowded District 8-2A I in 2022.
2022 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE:
8/26 at Chilton 7:30
9/2 vs Hamilton 7:30
9/9 at Clifton 7:30
9/23 vs Marlin* 7:30
9/30 at Bruceville-Eddy* 7:30
10/7 vs Moody* 7:30
10/14 vs Rosebud-Lott* 7:30
10/21 at Crawford* 7:30
10/28 vs Valley Mills* 7:30
11/4 at Riesel* 7:30
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