Great Bridge Looks For Great Season

The Great Bridge Wildcats have been a hugely successful program under Head Coach Pete Gale. They’ve reached the playoffs consistently, playing smart and disciplined football. Expectations are high again this year, with the introduction of a new quarterback, but the setback of losing an All-State lineman means the Wildcats have to press on, in the face of adversity.

Cavaliers Ready To Spring Ahead In 2012

Last year, the Lakeland Cavaliers seemingly came out of nowhere. They’re not going to surprise anyone in 2012. The Cavs were 0-10 in 2010. Last year, they sprinted to a 7-3 regular season record and a playoff appearance despite losing some key players along the way. This year, they’re another year older, they’re healthier, and Head Coach Glenwood Ferebee has the team believing that they can win it all.

Under New Management: Bruins Time To Shine

The Western Branch Bruins are a heritage program that had fallen on hard times. When Athletic Director Mark Didawick stepped in to turn the tide, his selection of Greg Gibson couldn’t have been better. Gibson came to the area from California. In one season, he turned around the Norview football program, taking them from a winless 2010 to a 2011 season that almost saw them make the playoffs. Big things are expected from Western Branch in 2012. The cupboards are certainly full with talent.