In the Saturday, July 5 edition of the Breckenridge American, we looked at the 2014 Breckenridge Buckaroo non-district schedule.

With a tough non-district schedule filled with talented teams, the key for the Bucks this season will be to stay healthy leading up to district play.

As a recap, Breckenridge is scheduled to play Cisco, Jacksboro, Sweetwater, Eastland and Hico in non-district action.

Following the game against Hico, the Buckaroos will have an extra week to prepare for the District 4-3A opener against the Brock Eagles on Friday, Oct. 10 at Buckaroo Stadium.

The 2014 Dave Campbell's Texas Magazine,   has predicted another playoff run for the Buckaroos in 2014.
Breckenridge is predicted to claim the Division I District 4-3A title over Boyd.

Boyd quarterback Clay Barnett is picked as the district's preseason offensive MVP. Barnett is also the district's leading returner player in passing with 1,083 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Breckenridge senior Austin Dooley is the preseason defensive MVP for the district. Dooley was the Bucks' leading tackler in 2013 with 141 tackles. Dooley also had two interceptions.

Ponder's Trey Dunlap returns as the leading rusher in the district with 817 yards and eight touchdowns, while Brock's Titus Gossett is the leading receiver in the district with 430 yards and four touchdowns.


The following is a look at the Division I District 4-3A standings as predicted by the staff of  Dave Campbell's Texas Magazine.

1. Breckenridge

2. Boyd

3. Bowie


5. Ponder

6. Paradise

The top four teams of the district will make the playoffs.

See complete story in the Wednesday, July 9 edition of the Breckenridge American.