There have been a number of changes for all members of the Greene County High School football team since new head coach Mitch Moore was hired. Members of the senior class have been asked to do more and take more responsibility than they may have been used to in the past.
Coach Moore talks about three of the seniors. “I think our senior class right now has three guys that stick out to me. Jake Berns is just a do-everything-right guy. Everything we’ve asked of that kid, he’s done to the ‘nth’ degree. He’s not a vocal leader, but he’s a leader by example. Then you go to Charlie Minnehan, who’s just a great individual person. We’ve moved him to nose tackle after he played a lot of center last year. He’s been a tremendous leader on and off the field for the senior class and really for all the classes. Then, there’s Jordan Patterson. He’s a kid that’s just continued to get better. That guy doesn’t take a rep off in anything, and he’s going to be a threat for us with the ball in his hands, and we’re going to use him. He’s a guy that I can tell you today, barring any injury, that guy will be a starting wide receiver for us.”
The Rams practiced in Grand Junction on Friday night. This Tuesday they’ll practice in Churdan and Thursday will practice in Grand Junction. Friday is the Greene County Football Family Night from 6-9 p.m. at Linduska Field in Jefferson.
All the varsity Rams games will be broadcast on KG98 and streamed on www.raccoonvalleyradio.com.