Experienced Roscoe Plowboys setting sights high

The Roscoe Plowboys won’t be real big in 2018, but they’ll be fast and experienced — two qualities that should come in handy while trying to navigate one of the state’s toughest Class 2A Division II districts.

With 18 returning lettermen and eight starters back on both sides of the football, coach Jake Freeman’s team will have more seasoned talent than any group in District 7-2A DII. The challenge will be leveraging that experience into a product that can compete with area powers Albany and Hamlin for district supremacy.

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