The Long County High School football team wrapped up its spring training last week and, according to coach Kyle Wilson, the time was well spent.
The training began on May 3 in shorts and shoulder pads and ended on May 13 with a full-speed scrimmage between the offense and defense units.
When the season kicks off, the 2-AA Region will look different with Charlton County and Benedictine Military School no longer in the group. They’ll be replaced by Vidalia and Toombs County high schools.
The first regular season game will take place on Aug. 27 in Ludowici as the Tide faces the Redskins of Bryan County High School.
To read what the coach thought about spring training pick up a copy of Sunday's Coastal Courier.