Thursday August 28, 2008
Gibson, Ga--We wrap up our trek of high school football camps with a trip to Gibson as we check in on Glascock County. Should be an interesting year for the Panthers having lost just a couple of seniors.
With three wins a year ago, head coch Chris Kelly is hoping to improve upon that. Kelly will be leaning on the dozen seniors to pick it up a notch and get the job done. One item that has changed for Glascock County, the number of kids on the field. For a school not that big, after school you'll find most of the boys on the football field.
"I think we have some goals this year as a team that we can obtain" said head coach Chris Kelly "We're trying to break the school record for wins and that's definitley possible. It's going to take a lot of hard work and injury prevention and that sort of thing. We're coming a long ways in a school of just 150 kids in nine through twelve. We have 36 kids out, we have 70 boys in the high school so we have over 50 percent playing."
That school record is three wins, Glascock opens the season with one of their biggest rival as they take on Warren County tomorrow night.