Young Tigers seek to improve this season

August 19, 2019

Posted: Aug 19, 2019 8:18 PM
Updated: Aug 19, 2019 8:18 PM

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football season. "friday night fever" returns this friday on wtva and wlov. we continue our "two-a-days" previews. the saltillo tigers are coming off a two-and-ten season last year. ryan summers is back for his second season as head coach. thirteen seniors are on the roster. summers says his offensive line and receivers are very experienced, but the tigers are young at other positions. he says three quarterbacks will see playing time. the tigers lost to kossuth, 21-13, in their jamboree. saltillo opens the regular season friday at north pontotoc. need to be at the right time." summers: "the division that we play in is a very tough division, so, we feel like playing the teams that we play in the non-division gets us ready for those kind of teams that we have to play to have a shot to get in the playoffs." agnew: "it's a good experience for me and my team, coach is leaning on me to be a leader, and that's what i'm trying to do." stanford: "i feel like i'm a leader right now, i just have to lead the o-line and lead it to a touchdown, let everybody follow us and just make sure everybody gets where they need to be at the right time." pontotoc lost
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