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Knights have plenty of new faces in different places
JUNIOR HUNTER WYANT WILL see time under center for North Central after having been a backup behind Grayson King last season.
Some people are tougher to please than others.After having posted the most successful football season at North Central since 2006, Knights’ head coach Louis Clyburn said while he was glad his program started getting over the hump, he felt a 5-6 record --- which was later improved to 6-5 following a forfeit when it was discovered that Keenan used an ineligible player --- could have been even better.Clyburn points to his team’s bitter 28-22 loss at Pelion and a 35-14 setback to Andrew Jackson, in a first round state class AA home playoff game, as a pair of contests which, take away a mistake here or there, the outcomes could have been reversed. In all, however, for a program which had won a combined four games in the previous three seasons, last fall was a huge step in the right direction.“Looking back on last year,” said Clyburn, now in his fifth season at the helm in Boonetown, “we felt like we probably didn’t exceed expectations. Honestly, in my opinion, we barely met them.