STEENS — The Canton Academy football team used more than 250 yards rushing and a timely turnover Friday night to earn a 25-14 victory against Immanuel Christian.
The message is simple: It’s time to be consistent.
While it’s never easy to come off a loss, coach Brad Butler feels the timing is ideal for the Heritage Academy football team to hit its stride.
Not only will the Patriots have the motivation to get back on the winning track, he feels the team also will be geared up for the start of Mississippi Association of Independent Schools Class AAA, Division II, District 1 play at 7 p.m. Friday when it takes on Lee Academy.
Heritage Academy football coach Brad Butler wants to see something different.
He and the Patriots already have felt the emotion from a huge victory and expected it to carry over to the next week only to see the energy evaporate at gametime.
Chris Hamm would have loved last week to have built some momentum.
STEENS — Success for the Winona Christian football team this season will start with the offensive line.
That may sound like a simple statement applicable to any team, but when you have seven seniors on your roster capable of playing on the offensive or defensive lines, you’re going to win a lot of battles up front.
STEENS — Football is football.
It sounds simple, but that’s how Greg Watkins has approached his transition from Hebron Christian to Immanuel Christian.