Add two more names to the list of teams who are back on the gridiron.
The Lakeside Warriors and North Webster Knights both take the field Monday to begin their fall practice in preparation for the 2016 season.
Lakeside enters 2016 in search of a win, something that never came last season, the Warriors last under Joey Pesses. In steps Jason Martin, a former assistant at North Webster and Homer High School, who has visions of rebuilding Lakeside football starting with these fall practices. Martin hinted Lakeside will look different offensively this fall, something that should excite warriors fans who rarely saw points on the board in 2015.
At North Webster, head coach John Ware and his staff will be hard at work, trying to maintain the standards the program has built in the school’s first four years of existence.
Gone are a handful of veteran players, most notably Devin White, who is now at LSU playing for coach Les Miles.
The Knights will be busy in fall camp trying to identify the playmakers who are capable of filling those mighty big shoes.