Warner Robins High School championship game is the talk of the town
WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Demon Country is full of residents who love football.
Ken McCall is one those residents who’s always supported Warner Robins High School.
“I’ve been going to Warner Robins High School games since I was five and I’m fifty now,” McCall said.
He he grew up watching several classes make a mark on the football field.
“Moving here in 1971, there wasn’t much else to do on a Friday night, so my dad started taking me to local high school football games, which was Warner Robins, cause we live on that side of town at the time,” McCall said.
McCall wasn’t able to get a ticket to the game, but his two daughters were.
McCall owns a sandwich shop, McCall’s Sandwiches-Tastes to Remember, on Watson Boulevard where demons fans work and occasionally enjoy a BLT.
One of those fans is Makayla Ogden. She wasn’t able to get a ticket to the game, but she said she will still cheer on her demons from home.
“We love football in my family and we’re like, we were trying to go to the game last week, but it got snowed out so we were really excited its now in hometown,” Ogden said.
She said her family will now watch the game in their living room.
Fans can watch the game on the NFHS Network Facebook page.
McCall said the football team has gotten better throughout the years.
“To see the progression of the team from last year to this year, what Coach Chastain has done with them, and getting buy in from the players and the rest of the student body to kind of bring back the tradition of Warner Robins High School Football, it’s really been something special,” McCall said.
A city ready for another state championship title.