From the offense to the defense to the uniforms, the Clinton Dragons will have a brand new look this season.
“I think it’s just very important to brand things. You brand that by your coaching staff, you brand it by your uniform, or you brand it by your style of play, but for me, not just one of those. We kind of do it all. It’s has be all-inclusive. It has to be an overall change. You can’t just change a few things,” said head coach Randy McKamey, who is starting his first season at the helm of the Dragons’ program.
The Powell Panthers are looking to bounce back after a rough 2016 season.
The Panthers went 1-9 a year ago but third year head coach Rodney Ellison is optimistic about his team’s chances in 2017. Powell not only enters the newly formed Region 3-5A, they also boast 11 seniors.
Sophomore Walker Trusley will get the starting nod at quarterback.