COACH’S JOURNAL: Expectations beginning to be realized by all parties

New Centennial football coach Jeffrey Carlberg is quickly putting his fingerprints all over the Knights program, and he has invited Score along for the ride during his first year at the helm. Here are highlights from last week.

Our morning workouts and afternoon speed training sessions continue to be an asset to our program. Leadership is developing within the team and the kids are beginning to catch on to the workload and the expectations of them. We are starting to build better relationships with one another and a trust level that is imperative for the health of the program.

We still have two openings on our staff that have yet to be filled. We know who we want to hire but have to see if there will be teaching positions in the building for them.

Several football players have taken my seminar, which meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday, so that we can further develop our relationships and start implementing some of our philosophies with the team.

Finally, I finished up our individual senior meetings this week. It was a great series of meetings with the seniors. I now have a better feel for the mindset of these players and I’ve learned what expectations these players have for our program.

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