Coach’s Corner: Baldwin Braves looking to better last year’s 4-6 mark
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Baldwin Braves found themselves taking a step backward last year, slipping from 7-5 in 2014 to 4-6 in 2015.
The Braves were unable to recover from a rough five game losing streak, all of it in region play.
The school has moved from Region 2 to Region 3-4A, which includes Burke County, Cross Creek, Hephzibah, Richmond Academy, and Thomson.
This is Lee Hannah’s third season as head coach, and has a combined record of 11-11.
The Braves struggled on offense, and only averaged 14.4 points-per-game. They were held to less than 10 points four times.
They will be returning starting quarterback Torez Hicks, RB Ty Christian Henry, and linemen Jacolbey Davis and Willie Williams.
The Braves will be helped by returning nine starters on defense, and all front seven.
Last year, the Braves allowed 22.2 points-per-game.
Ty Christian Henry, Malik Clark, and Willie Williams will all be starters on the defensive line.
FIRST GAME: August 19th versus Hancock Central.