Bulldogs hoping they’ve found answer in replacing all-state kicker
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - The Thomasville Bulldogs have to replace arguably the best kicker in the school’s history.
Hurston Waldrep was a first-team all-state selection last year. He was a big offensive weapon for head coach Zach Grage.
The kicking game is not usually an area that is exciting to talk about, but late in the fourth quarter of a playoff game, your kicker becomes very important. Grage says he thinks he has found Waldrep’s replacement.
”That was a lot of production we are having to replace and that’s one that people don’t really ask about is special teams, so we have to find a kicker,” Grage said. “Right now, Austin Chastain is probably the guy. I think he’ll be good. I think it’s just going to be a little bit before we get ready for the non-Hurston Waldrep days. On paper, we should have a pretty good squad coming out.”
Thomasville starts the season on September 4 at Brooks County.
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