Do they have a chance, yes. They will play the same schedule again, just flip home & away.
But would I expect it, no. It all depends upon the kids that come in for them. & they will be going to Centennial this year which should be tough after the past 2 seasons of beating them. The whole Coyote program will be hungry this year.
But don't you think it is a little for Frosh predictions? There's no telling what the teams are going to look like until they hit the practice fields in August.
i agree with cheaptrick and twostep, the Westview Freshmen program will be fine and there is no need to panic even if the 1 cent tax doesn't pass. i know the Westview Freshmen will still be successful next season all because of the quality of coaching that the kids get at that level. GO KNIGHTS!!!!!
I don't mean this to drive any scare tactics or hysteria, but how would the Tolleson school district justify to their other schools giving Westview such a massive competitive advantage over their sister schools if this were to go down? Perhaps it's not fair to eliminate a program that is self-sufficient, but then again it's not exactly fair to punish other programs based on a lot of what they have very little control over. If Tolleson is forced to axe all frosh sports I don't see how Westview's frosh football squad gets spared.
All told it would be more likely to see the traditional revenue "loser" programs from all district schools (cross country, swimming, wrestling, etc) as considering how big of a firestorm eliminating any level of football would generate.
"You've got to remember, that these are just simple farmers, these are people of the land, the common clay of the new west. You know . . . morons."
It is already been decided they will be keeping all frosh sports in TUHSD Woody. The minutes are on the district website from the last meeting that detail the cuts and fortunately for all the kids there will be no cuts to the "major" frosh sports.
It is still horrible that they had to cut swimming, golf etc as there will be students impacted who enjoyed these sports, but the impact is obviously far less than if the district would have cut all frosh sports in many ways.