6 man History

wildcatfan4

Active member
If you can find the picture of the Hobbs 1971 football that would be awesome.

My dad graduated from Hobbs and played football for them. I still have his football jersey.
 

Mike

Administrator
I’m trying to pull this article up but it’s blank. Is there another place I can go to view it?

I've got to find my old files. I'll repost it as soon as I can find them.

Looks like there are quite a few files that are like that. I'm guessing something went wrong during the software change last year. I'll do some digging over the next several days and see if I can get it fixed. Assuming they worked fine before, I still have a backup I can use to revert the ones I find that are broken.
 

wildcatfan4

Active member
Looks like there are quite a few files that are like that. I'm guessing something went wrong during the software change last year. I'll do some digging over the next several days and see if I can get it fixed. Assuming they worked fine before, I still have a backup I can use to revert the ones I find that are broken.
Thank you Mike
 

Old Bearkat

Moderator
Yep, in the previous decade, you had Garden City, Water Valley, Sterling City, Rankin, Hart, Crowell, Paducah, Throckmorton, Fannindel, Robert Lee, Rising Star, Petersburg, Ft. Davis, O'Donnell, Evant, Chester, Apple Springs, and Leverett's Chapel.

The turn of the 21st century started the rush to 6 man as the rural populations in Texas started dropping rapidly.
Everyone, both rural and urban has to remember how to have kids again. The average is less than 2 per family now.
 
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