Varsity Football’s Season Comes To a Close

The Varsity Football team plays their last game of the season.


Photo by: Preslea Wilson

The football team stands for National Anthem.

Preslea Wilson, staff writer

On Friday, November 11, the McKinney Christian Academy Varsity Football season came to an end. On Thursday, November 10, the team piled up and traveled to Lubbock, Texas to play Lubbock Trinity Christian Academy in their first playoff game. The game started at 6:00 p.m. and the Mustangs fought to get on the scoreboard. The Mustangs ended up losing 42-0. Junior Austin George said, “Although the scoreboard didn’t show it, that game was a great step in the right direction for next year. We had injury problems early in the season and we will be healthy and ready for a great season next year.” Throughout the season, the varsity football team held a record of 2-9. Senior Emilio Sanchez said, “It was a rough game, but a great time on the road with my teammates. It was fun traveling with those guys, especially when we went to Cracker Barrel, and that’s the kind of memories I’ll remember most.”

Varsity Football players pose for a photo after the game. (Photo by: Pedro Luna)
The Mustangs warm up for the game. (Photo by: Pedro Luna)