By Hunter Grona and Canaan Freeman | Sports Writers

Spring football has just kicked off and preparations for next years season are beginning. Coming off the best varsity football season in school history, the Jags look to have another season ending in playoffs.

“We have been practicing extremely hard and I think next season will be a good one,” sophomore Bradley Tomes said.

Jaguar football tackles the spring season as it shifts away from fall ball.

Practices have started in preparations for the 2012-2013 season as the team is hard at work, striving to build off last year’s success. Putting in new plays and hard work might be all the Jags need in order to win district championship.  With all the talent and skill that the Jags have, a district win is only a couple steps away. Executing the plays and making the most of practice will help the Jags over come adversities faced during the season.

“We started practice last week and that will give us a lot of time and experience to do what we need to in order to accomplish our goals for next season,” sophomore Devlin Gilligan.

They will also  have to face the inexperienced play of the Johnson juniors, while dealing with loss of seniors that played a vital role in last years success. The pressure is high, but the Jags have the capability of turning heads this upcoming season.

“Since we had our best season last year, I think that will carry over and motivate us this upcoming season,” Tomes said.

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Canaan Freeman is a senior and is the sports editor for The Pride, his idol is Johnny Manziel. Sports are basically the only thing i care about and thats it.

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