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Midland High Focusing On Final 3 Games; Not Looking Back

Midland High has dropped three consecutive district contests, but head coach Craig Yenzer said his team is focusing on the final three games of the regular season and not worrying about what's already done.
Midland High has lost three consecutive District 2-5A games. All of those games came against the top three teams in the district in Midland Lee, San Angelo Central, and Abilene Cooper.

However there is still good news for the Bulldogs, they're still in the playoff race. MHS is tied for 4th place with Odessa High and Odessa Permian, and they have the tie breaker over Permian since they beat the Panthers 30-21 earlier in the season. MHS and OHS are scheduled to play each other on November 1st.

MHS head coach Craig Yenzer said although his team has lost three in a row, he's proud of where they are mentally and thinks they are ready and focused for the remaining three weeks of the regular season.

Yenzer said "We kind of got the team that I know we are back. So that was exciting, I thought our guys played inspired. I thought we played much better offensively. We're still playing pretty good on defense. I think that is something that we can build on as we go into the last three weeks now. I really feel like our destiny is in our own hands."
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