After snapping playoff win drought, Mustangs looking for more
Wochit Backed by a mountain of promise, Elijah Flowers delivered for King last year, earning the team’s first playoff win in 13 years.
We had a very young team last year and now that we have a season under our belt, we should come out and execute.
How did you grow over the course of 12 games last year?
I feel like I’m more poised in my game and I can stay more calm, cool and collected when I am out there.
I feel like my arm has gotten a lot better than it was last year.
What would you really like to see out of this team this year?
District 30-5A Zone: South Head coach: Eddie Hesseltine (67-47, 11th year) 2016 record: 7-4, 4-1 in District 30-5A South Zone (2nd place) Last district title: 2003 Last playoff appearance: 2016 Enrollment: 1,940.5 Homecoming game: vs. Tuloso-Midway, Sept. 21 Returning starters: 6 offense, 8 defense Typical offense: Spread Multiple Typical defense: 4-2-5 Multiple Stadium(s): Buccaneer Stadium, No.
Position: QB Ht./Wt: 6-0, 215 Class: Sr.
: 6-3, 210 Class: Sr. A solid two-way player for the Mustangs, Manyeki has a chance to break out for King after 404 yards receiving and 28 tackles last season.
With Flowers back behind center, the Mustangs should again be explosive on offense.