SEMINOLE COUNTY, Ga. — The Seminole County Indians have a new head coach in Trey Woolf looking to build off last year's success as the Indians reached the playoffs for the first time since 2013.
Last year was a wild one for the Indians who started the year 4-2. Hurricane Michael threw a serious wrench in their season, but they did earn a playoff spot through resilience, something coach admires.
Woolf inherits a team that lost a lot of seniors off that playoff squad. Just three guys are back on offense, four on defense, and there's a lack of depth, but Coach Woolf says he's excited to watch them get better.
"It's not been bad. It's been a little transition. Coaches always do things different. They've worked pretty hard. We still need a few more that aren't here, we just have to work with what we got," said Woolf. "I'm still trying to find the strength of this team. It should be, I hope up front. I think when you're better up front is when you can have a pretty big football team. Hopefully when these seniors get in the groove of things, that's be the strength of our football team, those linemen."
Seminole County opens with a scrimmage against Early County. They have Bainbridge in Week 1 on August 23.