Coleman senior Blake Greaves and junior Corbin Rosales didn’t need any help getting fired up for this football season. Both had been counting down to two-a-days since having their 2018 campaigns cut short by injury in the Bluecats’ Week 3 win over Goldthwaite.
Greaves, a receiver and linebacker, was lost to a broken collarbone that required surgery and six screws to repair. For Rosales, a quarterback and defensive back, it was an avulsion fracture in his hip that sent him to a sidelines.
After spending so much time away from the game, the two can hardly wait for Coleman’s opener against Jim Ned to arrive. And they’ll take the Hufford Field turf when it does with a new appreciation for the opportunity to gear up and play.