PERRY (KSNT) – The Perry-Lecompton Kaws finished last season with a (4-5) overall record and just missed out on a playoff berth.
In 2015, the Kaws always-energized head coach, Mike Paramore will have yet another challenge on his hands. The 15-year coach will have a new leader under-center at quarterback, after the graduation of QB Seth Surface (he’s now with Garin Higgins at Emporia State).
But the physicality and mental toughness the Kaws plan on bringing to the field will help make Friday nights in Perry as enjoyable as ever.
“It’s a great small time atmosphere, just like it is at all the ‘Big Seven’ schools,” said Paramore. “Football is important to small town communities and those fans come out and support it.”
“I really like how I feel like we build a family out here,” said senior quarterback/defensive back Mitchell Bond. “In some sports we don’t really get that as much. Everybody just works hard to fight for one another on Friday nights.”
“We’re really intense,” said senior tight end/defensive end Landon Jamison. “We like to get out and fly around and hit people. We haven’t been up to par the last couple of years, but I think we’re going to do a lot better this year.”
Perry-Lecompton opens up the season on September 4th, at home, against Tonganoxie.