For the first time since 2015, the Whitehouse Wildcats are holding spring football workouts.
Entering his second season at the dub coach Marcus Gold has decided to give it try.
Plenty of energy and spirit Monday afternoon as the Cats had the pads on for their first practice.
Whitehouse lost a big class from last year’s 7-4 campaign that reached round one of the playoffs.
Peyton Kennedy is back from injury after a very solid start to his junior campaign at running back and linebacker.
In the meantime, senior-to-be Jermone Bowser has been a standout in the secondary the past two seasons. But this spring, he will also compete with Kaden Casey…and Cooper Clemons for the starting quarterback position.
“I’m real grateful to be able to play quarterback for Whitehouse high school, and I’m looking forward to all the challenges that it comes with, and all the pressure, and I’m ready,” said Bowser, whose cousin Tyus Bowser enters his third year as an outside linebacker with the Baltimore Ravens after outstanding careers at John Tyler, and the University of Houston.
“I’m very excited since I missed half of last season. So I’ve been looking forward to this day ever since I went down with my injury. And I’m ready to get back at it,” said Kennedy.
“The thing about Whitehouse is you’re always going to have a big senior class, whether it’s 20 or 30 seniors, they always play a significant part of your football team. So the thing we’re going with is talking about is we’re talking about being able to reload,” said Gold.
Whitehouse will play its spring football game on Tuesday May 21st.