For Dublin, it's a chance to become familiar with six-man football.

For the student-athletes at Premier, it's a chance to get in the game.

The Dublin Premier Wolves are the area's only inaugural football team this fall, though they are the third new six-man team to spring up in the last two years.

The Wolves, under the leadership of head coach Joe Short, visit Brownwood Victory Life in their first game.

Pablo and Leo Lemus paced Premier in a scrimmage against Comanche Paradigm, combining for all the scoring and the vast majority of the offense as both teams scored three times. Premier also forced four fumbles and recovered two in that battle.

in addition to the Lemus brothers, Short and staff expect big things from Dustin Sparks, who played previously at Lingleville, Juan Chavez, Jacob Conner and Landon Eddington to be major contributors.