Templeton High School is looking for a turnaround 2018 campaign after finishing last year last in the Northern League with an 0-3 record, 2-8 overall.
The Eagles are one of 13 schools making the switch to the Central Section and will compete with five other teams in the Ocean League.
Third year head coach Tyler Lane says he has almost 15 starters back from a year ago and they’re ready to get after it this season.
"They’ve been excited since they got back from Christmas break. They’ve been in the weight room, and it’s the best attendance we’ve had since I’ve been here. I’m really excite," Lane said. "We’ve had a ton of fun this offseason. It’s been fast and the kids have been here all the time. They’ve really bought in, and it’s a fun group to be out with every day."
"Overall as a team, this team has put in a lot of effort and heart over the offseason. This year, we feel really bonded together for the season and each game," said Shane Simonin, Templeton senior running back.
Templeton begins its season with a bye week and will play its first home game against Aptos on August 24.