The Plano Wildcats moved to 3-0 on the season Thursday night with a 38-25 win over Garland Naaman Forest.
The Wildcats rolled up 439 total yards, including 214 on the ground. Much of that success can be attributed to strong offensive line play on the night opening running lanes and not allowing a sack.
At left tackle was TCU commit Joseph Noteboom who was happy his team picked up another non-district win.
"It's good to be 3-0 before the district games, we can keep the hype going," Noteboom said. "It's good to be 3-0."
Noteboom was satisfied with his performance on Thursday but said there's always room to improve his game.
"I felt like I played okay, everything always needs work, just the details," he said. "I just want to get better each game. For me, I need to work on sealing the backside and work on chopping."
Two weeks ago Noteboom made his way to TCU to watch the Frogs 56-0 win over Grambling. The big lineman said he can't wait to step on campus and play in such a great atmosphere.
"I thought it was really fun and I'm real excited about getting to the college level," he said. "It's going to be a good atmosphere to play in."
Noteboom will not be at the TCU vs. Virginia game on Saturday because he will be busy with his football team.
Plano, Texas offensive lineman and TCU commit Joseph Noteboom helped his team move to 3-0 with a 38-25 win over Naaman Forest Thursday night.