Young Tigerhawks look for success in new class
The familiar story for most of the football teams around the county is the loss of important seniors, and that story is no different at Colfax-Mingo.
After losing 17 seniors from last year, the Tigerhawks will field a number of younger players, but are still optimistic for their first season in Class 1A, which they moved to in the offseason.
“We lost a lot of seniors last year and they’re going to be hard to replace,” C-M coach Mike Rupert said. “We have improved a lot over the summer, but we only have two returning starters on offense and three on defense. We do have some younger guys that have stepped up in the weight room and should help make us a formidable opponent.”
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