Grayling Looks to Continue Winning Ways
GRAYLING – The Grayling football program has been a model of consistency in recent years, posting winning seasons in 13 of the past 14 seasons and advancing to the playoffs on 11 occasions.
The Vikings will be looking to replace some key components of their high-powered passing attack this fall after the graduation of all-state quarterback Cam Summers and some of his favorite targets.
“We have a ton of competition,” coach Tim Sanchez said. “We have our team split up into two separate full teams, and so they’re split pretty evenly. So it’s just every drill, every play that we run, it’s a position’s up for grabs and you can feel that.”
Grayling does have experience up front, where it returns three of its starting linemen.
“There’s a lot of position battles, but we’re not hurting,” senior Jacob McFalda said. “We miss these guys, but we’ve got guys that can fill in, and we’re all set. I’m really excited to get out there.”
Grayling welcomes in Roscommon on Thursday, Aug. 24.