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Injury Update-Cayden Steffey

Cayden Steffey was sidelined by the Jim Ned Indians a couple of games ago.  He is in a boot with a severe sprained ankle.  He is progressing very well and might be suited up to help the Bluecats “saw the horns” off the Early Longhorns.  If he hasn’t fully recovered in time for the dehorning,

Injury Report on Cord Norris

Cord Norris will remain sidelined until he gets the go-ahead to play from his neurologist.  He appointment is two weeks.  He is out with a chip in his C3 vertebrae.  Norris’ spirits are good:  he’s extremely hopeful to be suited out and ready to dominate in a couple of weeks!  We are wishing him a

Loyal Bluecat Fans: Haley and Baylee

Haley and Baylee are two tried and true Bluecat fans!  They have lived in Coleman all their lives and have loved the Bluecats as long as they can remember.  Both girls have been to almost every pep rally and almost every game.  Haley’s brother, Mackenzie Gist, and Baylee’s brother, Mason Monroe, play for the Bluecat

Big Blue Band Interview with Marie Rosales

   Marie Rosales has been in the Big Blue Band since her 6th grade year.  She is now a sophomore.  She plans on playing in the band all the way through high school.  She plays the baritone, but would rather play the flute.  She enjoys the pep rallies, but prefers the excitement of the games.

JV Bluecats tore up the Hawley Bearcats 36-12

The Blulecat JV brought their “A Game” to Hufford Field last night.  They putting a hurting on the Hawley Bearcats. The Bluecats scored within the first few minutes of the game and continued pounding the Bearcats.  The Bluecat offense was unbelievable with their amazing abilities to push the ball down field.  They were unstoppable despite

2nd Annual Powder Puff Football Game

The Coleman Bluecat Boosters are excited about the 2nd Annual Powder Puff game and want you to get excited too.  The game will be played October 1st, 2015.  Kickoff is at 6 pm at Hufford Field.  Tickets are $4 for adults and $2 students.  NO PASSES!  NO EXCEPTIONS!  This is a fundraiser to provide needed supplies

Bluecat Fans Looking Towards Future

Bluecat fans, Taylor Barnett and Kloe Hale, tell that they are looking forward to all of the Bluecat games and “plan on never missing a game…all the way to STATE!”

Bluecats claw through Jim Ned Indians

The Coleman Bluecats traveled to Tuscola Friday night for their opening game of the 2015 season.  The Bluecats clawed their way through the Jim Ned Indians. The Bluecats busted loose as soon as they stepped on the field and put up a whopping 34 points in the first half. The Bluecats continued their domination in