Spartans expect improvement for upcoming year

Wednesday August 8, 2012

Augusta, Ga--It hasn't been an easy go of it lately for Glenn Hills. But talk to third year coach Andrew Young and he sees the glass half full, not half empty.

The Spartans will have their work cut out playing a 4-A schedule but feel they have kids who can compete. Earl Cobb is healthy and will be the primary back, Santo Nina returns at quarterback and they have some other athletes that can do some damage. But the biggest change is the attitude. There's no switch on and off for that but it's a building process and the spartans see a different mindset this year.

"I think we have a much different attitude." said coach Andrew Young "We had some young guys last year, 9th and 10th graders, this year they'll be juniors and they see they have two more years and a lot of potential so I think it's getting exteremly better."

"I feel we're going to be different because we have more discipline this year" said junior Earl Cobb "Everybody is on the same page and we all just feel like we're one this year, a team'

Defense is a big question mark having lost pretty much all their linebackers. The big question can they improve on one win? The answer should be yes but only time will tell.


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