Morgan County High School JV Football Team is 2-2 going into the end of the season

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By: Zachary Parker

The Morgan County High School JV Football team beat Monticello 35-14 at home last Thursday, bringing their record to 2-2 for the season. The win has reinvigorated the team for the rest of the season. With two losses early in the season to Putnam and Oconee Counties, the JV squad has shown drastic improvement with two recent wins against Jackson on the 18th and Monticello last Thursday. But the former losses made the recent win that much more satisfying for both the team and the coaches. “We’re looking better and better,” said Assistant Coach Aaron Paul. “We are starting to put the whole package together as a team.” Thursday’s game marked one of the best performances yet for the MCHS JV team. Dalton Cole at Quarterback has shown a great deal of improvement throughout the season according to Coach Paul, and 10th Grader Blake Nelson has been invaluable for scoring points as a Receiver. Coach Paul also praised his kickers, Tristin Sewell and Kyle Kreimann, for their performance this season, especially considering this is both players first time kicking. He went on to say that the team wants to focus on continuing this level of teamwork as they move into the last three games of the season. The team travels to East Jackson this Thursday for their first away game of the season, and Coach Paul is confident that the JV boys will perform well. “We’re going to keep doing what we’re doing, and take it one day at a time.”

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