CANYON, Texas - This weekend will be one of the last opportunities for West Texas A&M football fans to see some of their favorite departing seniors in action as four Buffs, who helped the program compile a 33-5 record the last three seasons while capturing three straight Lone Star Conference Championships, will be competing in post season All-Star bowl action this weekend. Offensive linemen Floyd Headen and Pat Schwenke join kicker Jon Roberts on the West team for the 2008 Valero Cactus Bowl, the nations premiere Division II All-Star Game, which will be held at Javeilna Stadium in Kingsville, Texas, on Friday night. The game is slated for a 7 p.m. kickoff and will be televised on Fox Sports Southwest. Former WT linebacker Steve Allen was scheduled to participate in the event but has withdrawn for personal reasons. The postseason action continues on Saturday as Buff standout tight end Kolo Kapanui returns to his native state to participate in the 2008 Hula Bowl, which features senior standout athletes from both NCAA Division I and Division II. Kapanui, a Palolo, Hawaii, native, was a major threat in the Buffs high-powered passing attack, catching 65 passes for 767 yards and nine touchdowns. The 2008 Hula Bowl will be nationally televised on the Versus network on Saturday with game time from Aloha Stadium set for 5 p.m. (CST) The last chance to catch Buffalo football representatives this offseason will be on Feb. 2 when Allen, Kapauni and Schwenke are scheduled to play in the 2008 Texas vs. the Nation All-Star game which will take place at the Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas. The contest will be televised by CSTV, with kickoff at 2 p.m. (CST). Guided by the strong leadership of its senior class, West Texas A&M finished the 2007 season with a 12-1 record, recording a third consecutive LSC Championship and qualifying for the NCAA-II playoffs for the third time in three years under head coach Don Carthel. This years Buffs will go down in WT history as the team with the most wins in a season and the team with the highest national ranking, fourth in both the American Football Coaches Association poll and the D2football.com top 25.