A Young Windsor Team Hopes To Take This Season One Step Further

The Windsor Dukes coaching staff has been together quite a few years now. They’ve seen some ups and downs. As a team they’ve been more experienced and even more talented. They’ve made it to the playoffs for two straight years only to lose in the first round. With many fresh young faces and not as much playing experience as in the past Coach Parrish has set a goal this year to win a play-off game. Coach Parrish looks forward to that by stating “our guys have made great strides, now we’ve got to go win that game.” In the Tri-Rivers district Windsor will have time to mature some and still get in the 2A East region playoffs but they’ll need to win an early game or two.

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New Traditions For the Cavaliers

The Lakeland Cavaliers have had two very successful seasons that past two years, and they look to continue the trend upward. First year coach Bryan Potts, comes to Lakeland from cross town rival Kings Fork where he was an assistant. Coach Potts has a tough task ahead of him as the Cavaliers lost one heck of a senior class. The offense and defense both took major hits personnel-wise, but the replacements are ready to make their presence known quickly.

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King’s Fork Ready For Next Step

2012 was a landmark year for football in the Peanut City. Two of the three high school teams made it to the Division 5 Eastern Region playoffs. The bad news was that Lakeland and King’s Fork had to face each other in the first round. That meant one team was definitely out, just one week in. The Bulldogs drew the short straw last year, but this year they plan a big leap forward.

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