Last Friday’s scrimmage was an opportunity for the Scott Community High School football team to play under the lights of their new complex and in front of a good crowd before their season opener.
Jim Turner found little to be optimistic about following his team’s first scrimmage last Saturday morning.
That’s not unusual. He seldom does.
With several new players at the varsity level this year, the ability to work together will be a big factor in the Scott Community High School volleyball team’s success.
When about $12 billion in federal dollars are doled out for agricultural producers seeking relief from President Trump’s trade wars, very little of that money will likely be coming to Kansas.
Even with the loss of some key players from last year’s 11-1 team, expectations for the Scott Community High School football team always remain high.