NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, TX- At the quarter mark of the season the Texas Brahmas are second in the division and tenth in the league. In the division they are only surpassed by divisional rival and this weekend’s match up, the Mid Cities Jr. Stars, who are only 2 points ahead but have one more game played.
Although it will not be smooth sailing, the Texas Brahmas have high hopes for the rest of the year. Brahmas alternate captain and first year Brahma Mikey Thomas Jr, says, “We are only only going up at this point.”
He is excited to be a part of the Brahmas organization. “I’m glad I’m here now, I feel like this is a good fit for me.” That seems to be the general consensus among the team.
“There’s always scuffles in the season, ups, downs, but you gotta just work through it and grind away,” Thomas says.
With a quarter of the season down, the Brahmas are looking to keep up the momentum that they have built up in the first 11 games.
Returning forward and alternate captain, Michael Redmon, is currently leading the team in scoring. He also sees a bright future for the Texas Brahmas and thinks despite the hardships of the season they will go far. He says, “The guys are really starting to come together now.”
“We had a little bit of a struggle against Louisiana and I think that was a big wake up call for us, but we’re looking good. We’re looking for a big win this weekend against Mid Cities.”
The Texas Brahmas are heading into the weekend with a record of 8-1-2. They are playing the 10-2-0 Mid Cities Jr. Stars this weekend at the Dr Pepper Stars Center in Euless. Puck drop is 7:30 PM on Friday and 5:30 PM on Saturday.