They will be ready for two-days at Kerens.
They’re always ready.
“We have high expectations at Kerens every year,’’ said coach Russell Anderson, who is in his seventh year as the head coach of the Bobcats. “We have nine back on defense and six back on offense, and we have all our skill players back.’’
The Bobcats bring back junior Nate Betts, an electric quarterback who rushed for 1,288 yards and threw for 1,022 yards and combined for 23 touchdowns as a sophomore and a load of talent all over the field.
“We had a really good offseason,’’ Anderson said. “We’re looking forward to the season.’’