SportsCrockett Pioneers keeping busy with offseason prep

With the 2015 football season set to kick off in two months, the Pioneers of David Crockett have already concluded winter conditioning and spring practice and are now ready for a busy summer schedule in preparation for the upcoming season.

Crockett Head Coach Jeremy Bosken was encouraged by a strong spring practice and hopes the Pioneers can build on that early momentum throughout the summer.

“The biggest takeaway from spring practice is that everyone came out healthy,” Bosken said. “And our defense looked the best I have seen in my three years here.” More...

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