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MHS Loses 2nd Straight; Must Regain Confidence

The Bulldogs have lost two games in a row by a combined 77 points, but it's important for the Dawgs to move on and focus on the task at hand.
Midland High has lost two games in a row, and have been outscored 112-35 during those two contests. Granted the Bulldogs were playing the top two scoring offenses in the district, Midland High has been making too many mistakes that have lead to their opponents putting points on the board.

MHS is 2-2 in District 2-5A, tied for 4th place with the Permian Panthers, with the Dawgs having the tie breaker since they defeated PHS 31-20 earlier this year.

This week the Bulldogs will play the Tall City Classic versus rival Midland Lee, and in order for MHS to come out on top, head coach Craig Yenzer believes his team must regain their confidence.

Yenzer said "I thought we played just a little bit better offensively, but we just made some critical mistakes at critical points during the game. The problem right now is  probably confidence, or lack there of offensively. We kind have our heads down a little bit. Obviously with a big game coming up this week we have got to get that confidence level back up. Our execution level needs to improve and hopefully we can get that done this week."
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