The Breckenridge Buckaroo JV Green team opened the 2013 season with a 28-6 win over the Colorado City Wolves Thursday night.
Defensive coach Rod Thompson was proud of the way the team played against the Wolves.
“I thought we played well and did a lot of things,” said Thompson. “We got to be sure and stay aggressive and not get complacent.”
Offensively, Coach Pete Medlock said that the team had a few jitters in the first half, but was happy with the overall production.
“We looked a little sloppy and unpolished offensively,” said Medlock. “But we had some good production as well. Cade (Cornett) threw some nice footballs tonight and we had some good execution from our backfield tonight.
JV Green s Beau Flores (3) looks to run up field following an interception he made while Ben Davis provides a good block in the teams  28-6 season opening
JV Green s Beau Flores (3) looks to run up field following an interception he made while Ben Davis provides a good block in the teams 28-6 season opening win over the Colorado City Wolves. The team will travel to Vernon next Thursday, Sept. 5, to take on the Lions. Kick-off is set for 6:30 p.m. (Rob Durham)

The Buckaroos' first points came by way of a safety as DeMarcus Johnson sacked the Colorado City quarterback in the endzone with just over four minutes to play in the first quarter.
Following an exchange of fumbles by both teams, the Bucks' scored once again with a 29-yard run by Jordan McDonald with 1:17 remaining in the first quarter. The conversion was no good.
The Bucks scored two touchdowns in the second quarter with a one-yard run by McDonald and a five yard run by Pablo Martinez.
The Bucks were held to just one offensive touchdown in the second half.
That score was made by way of a 38-yard touchdown pass from Cornett to Beau Flores.
The Wolves only score of the game came with 4:25 remaining in the fourth quarter on a five-yard touchdown run.

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Medlock said that it was good for the kids to start out with a win.
“It is nice to get a win to  start the year, ” said Medlock. “That is always a good thing for the kids.”