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2017 Life Waxahachie Mustangs Football


NO PHOTO AVAILABLE Justin Pietrzak 44-Jr

Collin Lee 46-Sr

Reuel Barrett 51-Sr

Shelby Wilder 54-Jr

Rayshawn Guy 55-Jr

Cameron Green 56-Jr

Samuel Duran 59-Jr

Alex Laffall 60-Sr

NO PHOTO AVAILABLE Cornelius Warren 61-Jr

Kitt Wilder 63-Soph

Erik Cordero 65-Jr

Jacob Rhoads 66-Jr

Michael Sewell 81-Sr

Nathan Hoover 82-Jr

Andrew Hawkins 67-Jr

Andrew Nava 83-Jr

Ethan Black 68-Sr

Donovan Mayshaw 75-Sr

Kenneth Richardson 78-Jr

Myles Jones 91-Jr

2017 Season Outlook

2017 Players To Watch

After finishing 6-4 overall and 1-4 in District 6-3A-1 in 2015, Head Coach Heath Blaylock and the Mustangs doubled their district win total and reached the postseason for the first time since the 2014 season. Life Waxahachie High School returns senior defensive lineman Joshua Sanders, as well as leading receiver Gage Mayfield and quarterback Everett Pulliam. The Mustangs, which finished fourth in District 4-4A-2 last season, will look to build on their playoff success despite the loss of starting quarterback

Joshua Sanders: In his junior year, dual-sport ath-

Matthew Hipshire (11-14, 287 yds pass and 85 carries, 435 yds rush) and interceptions leader Justin Boone (3). Hipshire also led the team in tackles (91) and tackles-for-loss (4.5)

lete Joshua Sanders had 66 tackles in 11 games, three tackles-for-loss and 1.5 sacks. He also had an interception, one pass defended and a fumble recovery — one of the six the team had on 2016. Kenneth Richardson: He led Life Waxahachie in sacks (4.5) and quarterback hurries (7) last season in 10 games and tallied 51 tackles (17 solo). Gage Mayfield: As a freshman, Mayfield posted 225 yards rushing and 163 yards receiving, which was first among the roster’s 43 players.

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