By: Kristi Kopanis | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
August 4, 2017
DONALSONVILLE, Ga. (WCTV) -- To say the Seminole County Indians were thin at a lot of positions last season is an understatement.
Last year, Seminole County played a majority of their J.V. squad on Friday nights, turning in a 4-5-1 record (the tie came in week two against Early County, where each team scored just a single touchdown).
This year, the Indians have better numbers at key positions and starting quarterback Treyvon Sims has a year's experience under his belt.
"We played some games with JV against Varsity. I like where we are now," said Seminole County coach Wes Walker. "We have some good guys coming back, but I plan to play four freshman. A lot of coaches say its not good when you play four freshman, but I like these kids."
The Indians don't care if they have depth or veterans. They care about making the best of what they have, and making it back to the playoffs - something they haven't done over the last two seasons.