WEST LEBANON, Ind. (WLFI) — Head coach Herb King and the Seeger football program have been consistently rising year to year. The Patriots posted eight victories over the last two seasons, the most Seeger has won in a two year span since 2009 and 2010.
On top of that, they came away with their first sectional win since 2010, last year. Sixteen players return for Coach King in hopes of achieving their first winning season since that 2010 year.
"Being the best team we can be," said King. "Executing plays and executing offense, defense and making sure you know what you're doing, so you don't make that mistake on the field, with that understanding you become a good football team, when you execute plays very well."
"Everyone knows what they have to do and how to do it," said senior tight end Khayne Stephen. "People are better understanding techniques and when it really comes down to it, you don't have to be the strongest if you know how to do it better."
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