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Godley Wildcats won a Class 4A Division II area football championship after defeating Seminole 41-40 on November 17, 2022, at McMurry University’s Wilford Moore Stadium.

After a first-quarter deficit, Godley battled back to take a halftime lead of 27-26 after shutting down the explosive Indian offense in the second quarter.  The defense held Seminole again in the third quarter, while the team expanded its lead to 41-26.  As the Indians scored twice in the fourth quarter, a late missed field goal kept the Wildcats on top.

Godley advanced from bi-district round with a 27-6 victory over Midland Greenwood on November 11.  For the third-round regional playoff, the Wildcats will face the winner of an area contest between Monahans and District 4-4A rival Ferris.

Varsity team members are Daniel Alexander, Kole Allen, Blane Applegate, Wyatt Burke, Vincent Buzalsky, Daniel Clidewell, Drew Coleman, Alex Duran, Keaton Eggleston, Ryan Gambino, Tate Grimsley, Ethan Hall, Nic Harrison, Trey Hindash, Cameron Leverett, Kevin Maldanado, Erik Marski, Elijah Matthews, Preston Maxwell, Cole Miller, Seth Neel, Ethan Parkinson, Jacob Pempsell, Lucas Ponce, Hagan Robertson, Chris Sinku, Kade Sundheim, Landon Thigpen, Brady Thomas, Saul Valle, Caleb Vandygrift, Gavin Vasquez and Brennan Wilson.

Subvarsity players moving up for the playoffs include Cane Albee, Keagan Bohannon, Tanner Bruton, Crosby Carmichael, Ben Clark, Alberto Diaz, Oscar Enriquez, Christian Gonzales, Landon Lawson, Caden Lewis, Ty Mathis, Byron McClure, Cain Mueller, Lane Nichols, Jace Osborne, Joseph Ramirez, Dax Tanksley, Westin Whitten and Logan Wilson.

Head coach Curtis Lowery is assisted by Billy Dan Chambliess, Garrett Cole, James Jeanes, Kim Kanaman, Brent Lewis, Nick Manshack, Chase Marler, Corey Quinn, Toby Rumfield, Will Sloan, Eric Sundheim and athletic trainer Duke Graham.

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