Snyder looking good after early loss
Things are finally beginning to look up for Snyder football.
Snyder blitzed Central High on the road Friday night, 44-12. That was the second-straight win for the Cyclones (4-1) after dropping 80 points in a win over Waurika the week prior.
Considering last year's 2-8 campaign and going winless in district play in Class B, it's safe to say the Cyclones have weathered the worst of the storm.
It seems so simple, but winning on the field has pulled the community together.
"It's been a chain reaction," Snyder coach Joe Garrison said. "The community support has been unreal. People are asking how they can help offering team breakfasts, team dinners and so much more. It just rolls over because the kids then want to go out and play well and perform for the community."
Snyder's only loss so far this season came to Class C Tipton, the 8-man powerhouse in Oklahoma football. Since being shut out by the Tigers 46-0, the Cyclones' offense has regrouped and once again found their groove.
Trevor Evans scored eight touchdowns against Waurika and added another pair against Central High. Part of the recipe for Evans' success has been due to a 'total team effort,' Garrison said.