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Gators off to best start in 33 years
Best in years
With Friday’s 49-22 win at Brazoswood, the Dickinson Gators improved to 7-0 on the season, which marks their best start to a season since 1981.
In the 1981 season, the Gators finished the regular season a perfect 10-0, but were eliminated in the second round of the playoffs.
This season also marks the continuation of a rapid turnaround for the Dickinson football program under head coach John Snelson.
In Snelson’s first year at the helm, the Gators won just two games, and then improved their win total by three in 2013’s 5-5-1 season.
A win this Friday against Friendswood will guarantee at least another three-win improvement over the previous season for Snelson.
Hard work pays off for
DICKINSON — At 6 feet, 235 pounds, Dickinson’s Shelton McCray is admittedly the smallest nose guard in the district and probably one of the smallest in Class 6A high school football.
McCray plays a position where players usually weigh in at more than 300 pounds, and the senior is almost assured to be at a size disadvantage against the massive offensive linemen in front of him as they each put a hand on the ground to do battle in the trenches.
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Words from DHS
Principal Billye Smith
Dickinson High School Principal has a new Principal's Corner on the DHS website. She has some valuable information for parents and students alike!
Click HERE to read her message from October 20!
AVID Tutors Needed
Dickinson ISD is seeking tutors for the AVID class. AVID tutors facilitate Socratic seminars on Tuesday and Thursdays.
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