Greenfield-Central’s football struggles last season ended at Anderson with a 5A sectional opening game loss and a 0-10 record.
The 2018 season included the loss of the team’s head coach to health issues and the team’s most talented player to a suspension.
Now, enter 2019, with a new head coach and a new offense for a young roster against a tough schedule.
Travis Nolting, a Greensburg High School and Anderson University graduate, begins his second stint as a head coach after a successful stop at North Central in Farmersburg which included the first sectional football title in Sullivan County history.
Nolting arrived in Greenfield in January and immediately began trying to strengthen the program.
And, along with strengthening the program from a muscle standpoint Nolting is excited to have the administration backing the buildup of the program’s infrastructure.
The Cougars host six of their nine regular season games this season including the opener with Plainfield. Another Mid-State team, Whiteland, will be a road test in Week 2 followed by the always challenging HHC slate.
Greenfield-Central does drop down from 5A to 4A for postseason play this season.