The combination of players, coaches, fans and community is what sets Bledsoe County High School football apart from other programs. Coming back from times without a coaching staff and a different head coach all four years of their football career, the seniors overcame and were true leaders for the Warrior football team, leading them to their best record in many years, 8-4.
“I’m pleased with how we finished up with an 8-4 record,” said Coach Dewayne Tabor. “It’s a good record no matter what. It’s a testament to the kids and their buying in to our program.”
He said the support of the community and especially the parents was tremendous.
For more see the November 21 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.