Hometown Heroes: Cameron Yoemen

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BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) -- The Cameron Yoemen will have another talented, experienced team in 2017 looking to get back to AT&T Stadium and the 3A Division I state championship game.

Head Coach Tommy Brashear welcomes back eight starters on offense and seven more on defense. “One of our biggest strengths will be leadership. We have a lot of returing starters, especially in the secondary and offensive line,” said Brashear.

The offense will turn to receiver Iverson Westbrook and quarterback Zack Andress to lead the attack. “Westbrook is a big-play, explosive threat and Andress should be a year better at quarterback after a very good junior year.”

Brashear says the defense will lean on Levi May and Garrett Roeder. “May will lead the secondary and Roeder will lead a young corps of linebackers.” The Yoemen make no bones about it, they want to return to the elite of the elite in 2017.

Brasher said, “I expect to make another deep run in the playoffs and hopefully play for and win another state championship. We will have to stay healthy to accomplish this goal.”

The road will not be easy, as the Yoemen face a daunting schedule once again. “We are looking forward to Rockdale the most. Our toughest game will probably be China Spring, but Bay City, Gatesville, Rockdale, and Franklin will be very tough as well again this year.”