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  • Former coach gets the better of his old team

    When Waco Midway beat Mansfield 48-17 on Friday, second-year Midway coach Jeff Hulme got the better of a team he led for eight years. Daniel Maberry was his assistant, and Baylor commit Jackson Gleeson played two seasons for Hulme.

Former coach gets the better of his old team

When Waco Midway beat Mansfield 48-17 on Friday, second-year Midway coach Jeff Hulme got the better of a team he led for eight years. Daniel Maberry was his assistant, and Baylor commit Jackson Gleeson played two seasons for Hulme.
Brian Gosset bgosset@star-telegram.com