It's not often a coach gets two sensational running backs the caliber of juniors Eddie Lacey (178-1,207-19) and Kelvin York (159-1,229-12) much less having the two horses in his stable for three years.
Dutchtown head coach Benny Saia does have that luxury and he hopes the two-headed monster can lead his squad deep into the playoffs.
"We're going to give them two the ball and see where they can take us but we're also going to throw the ball a little more with Jeffrey Enloe throwing Desmond Thompson, Thomas Jackson and Michael Hatfield," said Saia.
"We return seven starters on defense so we are looking to for improvement especially on the defensive line and in the secondary," said Saia.
One thing that will make things a little more difficult is the fact that the Griffins will play in one of the toughest districts in the state and that has Saia's undivided attention.
"We have a senior laden team but
we also have the toughest schedule in our school's history," he said. "It will
be interesting to see if we can play with the state's best. Not many schools
have to play Destrehan, Hahnville,
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