News 12 @ 6
Wednesday August 27, 2008
Warrenton, Ga--"With us being such a small school and having such small numbers we have to stay healthy, especially on the offensive and defensive line and if we can stay healthy and get a lot out of our seniors I think we'll have a good year." said coach Lee Hutto
It's a major concern of any head coach, trying to stay healthy. For Warren County and coach Lee Hutto it probably means a lot more then you might think.
After coming off a season in which the Screaming Devils went to the state quarterfinals, they have a grand total of 3 seniors and 4 juniors on the roster. Probably the biggest loss, quarterback and Mr. Do Everyting Tommy Seals who was one of the best ever to suit up in Warrenton. You know those returning will be leaned upon heavily, but don't look for Warren County to use the age excuse.
"We expect to win every game" said head coach Lee Hutto "That's not being cocky or arrogant, that's just what you should expect so we expect to go out there and win. Yea we might not be as talented as we've been in the last two years but we still have some good football players, a good coaching staff, and we're going to work hard and going to get better."
Jonathan Lewis, Kentrell Latimore and Antonio Benton are the three seniors, all are three year starters. Expectations will remain the same for Warren County. They open Friday night against Glascock County.