SEMINOLE COUNTY, Ga. (WTXL) - Last season the Seminole County Indians finished 5-5, winning some big games, but losing some crucial ones as well, and in turn the Indians missed out on the single-A playoffs.
This year's team is ready to get back to the postseason.
Seminole County is looking to replace a lot of key pieces to last year's squad, mainly 1,000 yard rusher Travon Sims, but Head Coach Wes Williams is confident in this bunch.
"I added it up the other day, I think we lost three games by a total of eight points. Anyone of those games goes the other way and we're in the playoffs and that's where we think we should be," said Williams. "This group really does have a much better attitude than some that I've had and it's awesome to be on the same page and I'm excited about what I think they can do."
Seminole County has a big opening game as they travel to Bainbridge on Aug. 17.