ROSCOE, Texas — Roscoe's Antonio Aguayo is willing to do whatever it takes to win.
“Wherever the coach puts me, I play," said the Plowboys senior. "I try to be an athlete. See if I can make a play.”
In the Plowboys' win over Christoval last weekend, Aguayo had a kickoff return for a touchdown, ran for two scores, threw for another one and had 34 yards receiving.
“He’s always a factor to go to the house at any point," said Roscoe Head Coach Jake Freeman. "Kickoff return the other night, he made a house call right after they made a big touchdown to put us right back in the lead. Big time playmaker.”
Aguayo is also a leader for Roscoe; a role he's grown to embrace.
“I think it’s a big honor. The younger kids looking up to me. It’s a great honor.”
When he's not on the gridiron, the senior athlete likes team roping.
“It’s pretty fun," said Aguayo. "I picked up on it because my brother started doing it and I kind of got into it. I liked it. I enjoyed it. So I started doing it now.”