With the bye week upon the Wildcats lets looks at the current outlook for them making the playoffs.
Lets remember there are 4 spots available with Allen assured of one, that leaves three to content with. Even though Plano has beaten West the Wolves appear in a position to nap the second spot. Leaving two. It also appears that Boyd who beat Plano for the third straight time will gather the 3rd spot. Leaving both Plano and Flower Mound Marcus contenting for the final spot.
The Wildcat meet Marcus at John Clark Stadium on Thursday October 30 for what will be for the final playoff spot. While it will be Marcus’ final game of the regular season Plano have one more game to play vs. Lewisville there the following week. Currently Plano and Marcus are tied at 4-2 in district and both also are 5-3 for their seasonal record. Over the last 4 meetings between Plano and Marcus the Marauders own an impressive 3-1 mark.
This years Wildcat team is still a very talented group. They play with lots of heart and fight however they need fan surppot and that is where we come in.
Wildcat parents and fans need to pack John Clark Staduim and lend their strong support to the talented and hard charging Wildcat group as they play this important game. Fans support can chance the outcome. In 1985 the Widlcats went into a game like this against Lewisville needing a win.The game was over there and the Wildcat fans packed the house. The famous Wildcat “#1 sign” we have seen at all games for close to 30 years was introduced that night and Plano beat a superior Farmers team. The players won it but fan support was a big help. Fan support can make a difference. BTW the following year in 1986 at the East game the “Cat Paws” were introduced. Plano crushed East that night and went on to win another state title later in December.
If you want memories make ‘em happen and overcome short coming that have held us back. No excuses.
For more Wildcat history to inspire you come to the site where those that post here were there to live and breath the success past Wildcats teams enjoyed. We saw winners walk with pride as PLANO WILDCATS.