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Bring your memorabilia for the Buckeyes to sign to the Field House Friday morning

From The Gilmer Mirror:

The 2009 state champion Gilmer Buckeyes will assemble for the final time as a team on Friday morning at 7:30 a.m. at the Field House located at the northeast corner of Buckeye Stadium.

This is your chance, Buckeye fans, to have members of the team autograph any memorabilia or souvenirs you have collected from the team’s storybook run to the Class 3A Division I title in undefeated fashion.

If you cannot be there in person, please bring any items you want signed to the Field House by that time.

Gilmer 43, Abilene Wylie 26

Mirror Photo / Mary Laschinger Kirby
STATE CHAMPIONS Class 3A Division I for 2009 include, from left, front row, Christian Nation, manager, Kedon Franklin, Dylan Bowman, Tristan Holt, Justus Cheatham, Daniel McLaren, Luis Castro, Braylon Webb, Casey Shelton, Luke Turner, Tim Cregler, Renoire Horton, Vance Green, Adan Olivares, Coach Randall Canady, Darian “Stump” Godfrey, Alec Bradshaw, Paul Chesnut, Xavier Easley, Slade Morris Jordan Abron, Caleb Mosley, Traylon Webb, Jamar Todd, Ben Turner, Tre Washington, Chris Miller, Tevin Godfrey, Darius Parker; second row, Coach Tommy Edwards, Kavin Patton, Brandon Barnes, Ben Griffith, Marlon Granville, Vondrick Nelson, J.T. Beecham, Travis Carter, Eddie Fluellen, Gus Osborne, Harvy Horton, MarQualon Tate, Ty Barr, Tamil Harris, Chad Tennison, Jordan McCraven, Sam Davidson, Gavin Holt, Ricky Hohnson, Jeremy Jackson, Dakota Cannon, John Stone, Mikey Wilson, Duncan Goodrich, Jordan Traylor, Matt Fluellen, Lelon Montgomery, Ben Martin, Coach Alan …

Gilmer Buckeyes to play for the state championship tonight

By JOE DODD

The top ranked and undefeated Gilmer Buckeyes will try to win the school’s second state championship when they face the Abilene Wylie Bulldogs today at Gerald J. Ford Stadium on the campus of Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m.

The matchup between the Buckeyes and the Bulldogs in the final state title game this decade is a fitting tribute to the two most dominant teams in class 3A since 2000.
Gilmer has won more games this decade than any other class 3A team, going 111-17 since 2000. Abilene Wylie is close behind with a 106-26 record.

The Buckeyes and Bulldogs will be playing in their third state final in the last 10
years. Both teams won a state title in 2004. Gilmer and Abilene Wylie have combined for nine semifinal appearances this decade, including the 2007 Class 3A Division I semifinal that pitted the two teams against each other for the first time.

That game wasn’t decided until the Buckeyes’ Lamar Harris scored on a 34-yard pass with …

Traylor At Forefront Of Dominant Decade etc.

MYTX (My Texas TV) to broadcast Gilmer-Abilene Wylie game live

By KENT DOMINGUE

We will be broadcasting the Gilmer-Abilene Wylie game live Saturday night at 6pm...With a Pregame show that starts at 5:45pm on our MYTX station...On Gilmer Cable that will be Channel 9 and on Etex Channel 1...On Longview Cable that will be Channel 10...plus we will be showing a tape delayed broadcast of the Longview-Denton Guyer game on Sunday at 12 Noon and 7pm...

MYTX CABLE GUIDE

Kent Domingue is Director of Creative Services,
KYTX CBS 19 / MYTX-My Texas TV

Buckeyes in title game against Abilene Wylie

The Gilmer Buckeyes (14-0) will take on the Abilene Wylie Bulldogs (12-1) on Saturday, Dec. 12, at 6 p.m.

The game will be played at Gerald J. Ford Stadium on the campus of Southern Methodist University in University Park, a municipality within the city of Dallas.

This is the UIL Class 3A Division I state championship game.

It is the second time in the last three years Gilmer has qualified to play for the state title in Division I.

Gates will open at 4:30 p.m.

Tickets at the gate are $10.

Advance tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students.

They went on sale Tuesday at 8 a.m. at the Gilmer ISD Admiministration Building on Trinity St. and sales will continue through 3 p.m. Thursday.

General parking is $5 with several lots avail­able.

Gilmer is the visiting team and will be wearing white.

Joe Dodd’s preview of this game with comments from the coaches will be published in Saturday’s Mirror.

BUCKEYE TICKET LINE:
841-7777

LUNCH WITH THE COACH:
Noon Wednesday, Buckeyes Booster Club meets at Gilmer Co…

Gilmer 42, Cuero 36

From the Longview News-Journal:

Godfrey scores five TDs as Buckeyes beat Cuero, 42-36

From the Tyler Morning Telegraph:

Gilmer Headed To State Finals



From the Victoria Advocate:

THROUGH THEIR FINGERS
Cuero drops close game against Gilmer; Jackson runs for 215 yards


"We showed tonight that we can hang with one of the best," Arndt said. "Gilmer, they have a great team. They're going to try and keep that No. 1 ranking next week and we wish them all the luck."

From The Gilmer Mirror:

Buckeyes win 42-36 semifinal thriller over Cuero

By JOE DODD

The Gilmer Buckeyes overcame three first half turnovers and a two touchdown deficit in a 42-36 Class 3A Division I Semifinal win over the Cuero Gobblers Saturday night at Bowers Stadium in Huntsville before an estimated crowd of 11,000.

“It was almost like a movie,” said Gilmer head coach Jeff Traylor, who will coach the Buckeyes in their third state championship game in the past six years Saturday against Abilene Wylie at SMU’s Ford Sta…

Buckeyes face storied Cuero in semifinals

LISTEN LIVE:
www.GilmerBuckeyes.com
KYKX 105.7 FM
KMOO 99.9 FM
GobblerSports.com

There will probably be live blogs going of the game on both these message boards:
3ADownLow
Smoaky.com

By JOE DODD

When the Gilmer Buckeyes and Cuero Gobblers meet Saturday at 6 p.m. in Bowers Stadium on the campus of Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, it will be a showdown between two of Texas’ most-successful high
school football programs.

Cuero has won 645 games in its history, while Gilmer has 569 wins as a program. The Gobblers have recorded 10 trips to the state finals, winning three championships. The Buckeyes have three state final appearances and one championship.

Since the 2000 season, Gilmer is 110-17 while Cuero is 104-22. The Buckeyes have a 20-7 playoff record in that time period, while the Gobblers have gone 20-8 in playoff games.

Gilmer has won 44 consecutive district games, while Cuero has recorded 33 straight district wins. The Buckeyes’ home winning streak stands at 34, just ahead of the Go…