The Field is Set For MacArthur vs. Clinton Red – HS Football Week 1 Preview
Well the time has come! Ready or not, week one of the regular high school football season is upon us. It’s the culmination of many hot practices, scrimmages, and motivational speeches from the coaches, and now its time to show it on the field.
The boys up on the Hill are ready to get this season started and for the MacArthur Highlanders, their first big test coming to town is defending 4-A champions the Clinton Red Tornadoes. The action will take place this Thursday night at Cameron stadium at 7:00 pm.
Those who remember game one between these two teams last year on a hot Friday night at the tornado bowl in Clinton, recall it was a very physical game that came down to MacArthur just outlasting the Tornadoes with their great stamina. In the end, the well conditioned Highlanders, who’s motto has been “Play Fast,” endured to a 28-14 win and handed Clinton one of the only two losses they suffered all season long on their way to their 16th state championship. Even though both teams have lost good players to graduation, these two historic programs are used to “reloading” instead of ” rebuilding,” and this first game of the year should be just as interesting and fun to watch as last year.
If you can’t be at the game in person make sure you tune in to our live broadcast of the game on KLAW 101, or if you are not within range of the frequency, you can listen live online right here on KLAW.com. If you are going to the game, make sure you have your smartphone on hand and you can listen to our live broadcast of the game on our website with our new and improved mobile web experience or via our radioPup movile app. We have heard feedback from some of you who have listened while even out of the country and for that we say thank you.
Please enjoy the live broadcast of the games all year long with some new additions! Joining myself, Eric Sharum, and providing the color commentary, will be former Mac alum Jay Burk. We will also be joined by crack statistician Maynard and sideline reporter Chase Mallow.
I, along with so many fans and the coaches, are ready to get this started! We are all ready for some football! See you back here after the game for the recap.