By: Kenny Morales | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
August 7, 2017
QUINCY, Fla. (WCTV) -- Two years ago, the Munroe Bobcats won just one game. But, last season, the Bobcats went 4-6, a good sign for a program that is trending in the right direction.
Munroe plays a brand of football that they call "Iron Man" Football, where players play both offense and defense and have to play all game long, due to the size of the team.
"It's been conditioning them to play in the fourth quarter," said head coach Rodell Thomas about the challenges that can plague the style of play his team is forced in to. "We want to be ready in the fourth quarter in order to finish the game, so I think getting our team ready and conditioned will be the biggest thing."