With a scrimmage and multiple team camps behind them, the Waldron Sr High Bulldogs are getting better and better every day. The hard work, determination, and heart that this small town football team brings to the table is unlike any other. The Bulldogs know though that they still have a long ways to go to be where they need to be for when the season starts.
“I believe that our defensive line will be solid and will give us an opportunity every Friday night,” says Head Coach, Jonathan Bates. “We are looking to have them on a 6-7 man rotation. They all have different skill sets that they can employ during the game that will make us competitive. I feel our strong points are our skill players. The majority of them started last year or saw significant playing time and it is hard to replicate game speed in practice.”
“They shouldn’t have any trouble with it and I expect them to pick up where they left off from last year. We have steadily improved and I think that’s because we are a year older and understand what we want to be accomplished. As long as we worry about ourselves, take care of our business, and limit injuries, everything should be just fine.”