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Farmers come up short to Caddo Mills

by | Nov 11, 2023 | Latest, Sports

Jeralin Craddock finds some open space for a decent gain in Farmersville’s loss to the Caddo Mills Foxes.  (Photo by Victor Tapia) 

GREENVILLE – The Fighting Farmers first playoff appearance since 2019 was not accompanied with a storybook ending, as the boys fell to Caddo Mills 38-10 on Friday. After dealing with offensive struggles in the regular-season finale against Aubrey, those troubles followed them into the postseason.

A field goal with just a minute left in the second quarter provided Farmersville’s only points of the opening half. Kaden Johnson would later punch in a touchdown from a yard out to cut the deficit to 28-10 in the third quarter. 

Still, that was as close as the Farmers would get on this night. The team finished with a record of 7-4 on the season, while Caddo Mills advances to face Pleasant Grove in the second round.

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