Fremont Seeks Improvement Under New Head Coach
FREMONT — Fremont had its eighth straight losing season in football last year, going 1-8. The Packers have struggled recently, as they last won more than two games in a season in 2014. They hope to end that streak this year with a new head coach.
Jared Hudson takes over, joining the Packers have most recently being the athletic director at Holton. He hopes to bring a new mentality to the program.
“It’s been a little bit of excitement, momentum. Now the work is to be done now,” Hudson said. “So got a lot of coaching to do, getting them all ready for Hart.”
On top of the new head coach, Fremont will also compete in the a new conference. The Packers make the move from the CSAA to the West Michigan Conference. With the majority of the team back, they’re feeling more confident entering this new schedule of opponents.
“I think we play pretty good as a team. You know, we have good relationships with each other, so we’ve just got to take that on the field and should be okay,” Fremont senior Michael Romero said.
“I think we get along really well. We work together as a team really well,” Fremont senior Hayden Threatt said. “We usually start off kind of slow and kind of end fast. We can keep the same momentum. We can have a good shot.”
Fremont will start its season at Hart on Aug. 26.