Manistee CC Aiming to “Redefine” What Program Success Looks Like
MANISTEE – The Manistee Catholic Central Sabers have finished within one game of a .500 record in four of the past five seasons.
The Sabers last had a winning record in 2018.
But with a strong senior class this fall, the Sabers are looking to lay the foundation to be a winning program for years to come.
“We’re definitely looking to kind of redefine what the last few years have been [and instill] that being average or mediocre just doesn’t cut it. We need to definitely step up or game and a lot of the upperclassmen are taking that to heart,” said head coach Jake Szymanski. “The offensive line should definitely be big for us. We’ve got some big boys up front, two seniors and a pretty big junior. So we’re looking for those guys to plow some holes for us this year.”
The Sabers have 15 players on the roster this fall. Szymanski said that’s more than they have had in recent years. Their first game is against Onekama on Aug. 26th.