CHS Football Sees First Action

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By Dave Freneaux

This past Saturday the Wildcat Varsity football team traveled to Zachary to scrimmage Plaquemine.  Fortunately for Central, the 12-0 score in favor of Plaquemine does not tell the whole story.  First year head coach Dog Dotson comments "Coming off of Boot Camp with only one day of rest the team gave as much effort as they could.  It would be a stretch to be at 100% after tough three-a-days at camp."  Dotson added "Having this scrimmage on film versus a quality opponent like Plaquemine makes it worth while."
Former Head Coach and current Central School System Athletic Director Sid Edwards offered another perspective saying "This is no time to push the panic button.  Central has a lot of talent, good coaches, and the team continues to come together."  The next scrimmage is Thursday, August 19th against John Curtis in New Orleans and the first home event will be the Jamboree where Central faces West Feliciana.

1 Comment

  1. Mark

    August 19, 2010 at 10:37 am

    To the coaches: As an observer, I’m not pushing the panic button, because I knew the facts before the scrimmage even started, and knew the kids would not have their legs under them after camp. I have the upmost confidence in the coaches and players. I’m looking forward to this season.

    To the fans: Get out there and support our boys like every game is the championship. After all the hard work they’ve put in, in my eyes, they ARE champions.

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