Football Season Preview

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Junior Ben McRae give Head Coach Brian Bills an interview at the practice feild

Junior Ben McRae give Head Coach Brian Bills an interview at the practice feild

Liberty Fogle

Junior Ben McRae give Head Coach Brian Bills an interview at the practice feild

Liberty Fogle

Liberty Fogle

Junior Ben McRae give Head Coach Brian Bills an interview at the practice feild

Liberty Fogle, Benjamin McRae, and Evan Phipps

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Football practice started on August 10th at the GCDHS practice field under the coaching of Brian Bills.  The boys are very excited for an amazing year.  The team currently has three seniors, with the potential of a fourth senior, if Johnny Johnson wants to play after he gets back from National Guard basic training in South Carolina.  There are 15 students total on the team.

Liberty Fogle
Junior Ben McRae gives Head Coach Brian Bills an interview at the practice field.

“I expect very good team work, and for the juniors and seniors to lead the team to greatness,” Head Coach Brian Bills said.

He feels that every team  they play this year is going to be a challenge but he  also feels like Jordan is the team to beat.

The team has acquired throwback jerseys this year. Powell, Wyoming was going to throw them out but Brian Bills’ mother managed to salvage them.  They are about 20 years old.  They will only wear them on special occasions, such as homecoming or playoffs.

Last year’s season was bittersweet for the Mustangs, with 5 wins and 5 losses.  They advanced to the playoffs but lost by two to Valier.  It seems that all the ups and downs of last season has made them stronger as a team.

“A big goal is to host a playoff game and make it past the first round,” junior Keenan Murnion said. “Everyone is so hungry for a win, after last year’s games.”