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SETXSPORTS.COM lost one of is founding members and the guy that so often kept all the things straight on the website and our broadcasts. He was in contact with coaches getting permission for our broadcasts. He kept the scoreboard updated on Friday nights. He did the previews that brought people to the website every summer getting us ready for the start of football.

I am asking for a special favor from all the area schools for this weeks games. I  am asking if the following could be read by PA announcers.

High school sports in Southeast Texas lost a great friend last Saturday. Todd Broussard with SETXSPORTS.COM who anyone on the website knew as WOSgrad. Lost his battle with COVID-19. Todd was such an avid fan and stanch supporter of high school athletics and his presence and support will be missed in the coverage of the games that he loved with all his heart.

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