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Team: Carrollton Creekview Mustangs (10-4A)

Team Colors: Red/Black/White

First Varsity Season: 2000

Stadium: Standridge Stadium

Enrollment: 2,037 2nd largest in the district out of 8 schools

2013 Schedule:
Sep. 6, 2013 AT SAGINAW HIGH
Sep. 27, 2013 AT WEST MESQUITE
Oct. 11, 2013 AT FORNEY
Oct. 25, 2013 AT HIGHLAND PARK
Nov. 1, 2013 AT TERRELL
Nov. 7, 2013 NORTH FORNEY

Coach: Jay Cline (3 years) 9-21; 16-24 all-time coaching record

Coaches Comments: Compete for a district championship and a playoff berth. Challenges will be avoiding injury. District Outlook: Creekview, West Mesquite, Mesquite Poteet, Newman Smith, Highland Park, Forney, North Forney

Returning Lettermen: 22

Returning Starters: Offense: 6 Defense: 8

Key Players:
* David Blough- QB First Team All-District 1,780 yards 17 TDs passing TOP 30 QB
* Austin Young-OL
* Larry Hughes JR OL First Team All-District
* Tyler Hoffman-OL
* Tristan Price-OL Second Team All-District
* Ranjit Mason-WR
* Raul Bustillos-RB
* Phillip Hinojosa-DL
* Gabe Hernandez-DL
* Diego Dominguez-DL
* Alex Vasquez-ILB
* Cameron Adkins-OLB Second Team All-District
* Jamal Jones-DB 86 tackles
* Jordan Coleman-DB First Team All-District 5 INTs
* Desmond Funches-DB
* Josiah Weece-OLB
* Marckus Hardy- TE First Team All-District

2012 JV Record: 3-7

Primary Offensive Formation: Multiple I

Primary Defensive Formation: Multiple 3-4

*  Most wins in a season over the last 11 years is 7 (2008 7-4)

  • Mike Says: The Mustangs bring back 14 starters from last year team. They have not been to the playoffs in 4 years but they may just be good enough to get that 4th playoff spot this year. It will be tough with Highland Park, West Mesquite and Mesquite Poteet in the district. QB David Blough is set to have a big season. Look for them to go 6-4 or 5-5 in the regular season and compete with Forney for the last playoff spot.
  • Chris Says: Coach Cline thinks this is the year for Carrollton Creekview as he predicts a District 10-4A title.  A lot of people around the state don't think that's very likely after going 3-4 in district last season and getting their 5 wins last season against sub .500 teams.  They do bring back a lot of experience led by all-district QB, David Blough.  Is he enough to take a .500 team to the promised land of a district title?  Not alone, but he has a great supporting staff as well.  Do I think the Mustangs will take the title?  Nope.  In a lot of districts, they would roll some folks, but 10-4A is no cake walk.  I expect 7 to 8 wins and a playoff spot.

Last Years Record: Overall 5-5 District 3-4

2012 Games:
at Fort Worth Chisholm Trail (1-9) (W 46-0)
vs Saginaw (8-3) (L 7-24)
vs Keller Timber Creek (4-7) (W 24-21)
vs West Mesquite (8-3)* (L 26-32)
at Carrollton Smith (4-6)* (3OT) (W 37-34)
vs Forney (5-6)* (L 21-44)
at Mesquite Poteet (11-3)* (L 7-52)
vs Highland Park (9-2)* (L 23-28)
vs Terrell (0-10)* (W 44-14)
at North Forney (2-8)* (W 27-20)

Playoffs: No Playoffs

* Playoff History : (3) 2001,2005,2008

Championship History: No Championship Games

Last 5 year record: 21-30

Last 10 year record: 40-62

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