Dixie State Football Hosts Military Appreciation Night Against NM Highlands

Dixie State Football Hosts Military Appreciation Night Against NM Highlands

ST. GEORGE, Utah-Saturday, Dixie State football welcomes New Mexico Highlands for military appreciation night as the Trailblazers seek to improve to 2-1 in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play.

Fans who show military identification at the gate will receive free admission to the game and have a chance to get a free camouflage Trailblazers T-shirt at halftime.

These T-shirts will be given on a first-come first-serve basis.

The night will also feature a pregame flyover from the Western Warbird Museum of St. George.

This is the third match-up in history between the Trailblazers and Cowboys with the series tied 1-1.

The Cowboys are 2-0 on the young season and lead NCAA Division II in scoring offense at 55 points per game.

They are also 10th in Division II in yards per game, averaging 519 yards per game.

The Cowboys’ secondary has also been effective, forcing six interceptions thus far on the season. Sophomore defensive back T.J. Jackson has three picks on the season for New Mexico Highlands.

Cowboys kicker Israel Farfan has made all four of his field goal attempts on the season and is 14-14 on PAT’s. His performance in a 65-37 win over Adams State last week made him the RMAC Special Teams Player of the Week on Monday.