MADISON, MS (WLBT) - The Madison Central Jaguars will once again have a wealth of talent hitting the field in 2011.
The squad will be led by senior quarterback Drew Rowell and will remain under the direction of Bobby Hall.
Madison Central had its 2010 season come to an end with a loss to perennial powerhouse South Panola in the third round of the 6A playoffs.
The Jags still finished with an impressive 12-2 record.
Madison Central must replace offensive threats and now college players Tobias Singleton and Joe Price.
Coach Bobby Hall says there is plenty of talent this season.
"We've had a really good off season. We've had a good summer. We feel real good about where we are defensively and we're better up front than we've been. We've got talent and we are senior laden again like we want to be a team that starts a bunch of seniors every year and I think we are at that point," said Hall.
"We've all been working a lot harder than most of our past teams. You know, we feel like we're at a disadvantage not having all these big play guys like Tobias and Joe coming back. So, that little bit of extra work will help us get over the hump this year," said senior quarterback Drew Rowell.
Madison Central opens the season August 19th against Olive Branch.
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