LANCASTER - Coming off its first win, Garrard County coach Mark Scenters doesn't want his team to "stumble out of the gate" in the Golden Lions' first district game.
That's why he's concerned with his team's execution in Friday's Class AAA, District 5 opener against Jackson County here.
"Overall, execution is always going to be a concern. We can always block and tackle better and execute our assignments better," Scenters said. "The biggest thing that we can accomplish this week is to get off on the right foot with our first district game. Jackson County poses a new set of problems that we need to make sure we manage and attack in the appropriate way."
Jackson (1-1) is coming off a 30-20 win over Betsy Layne. Scenters said the Generals have impressed him.
"They are aggressive on defense and have the ability to make plays offensively as they did in last week's game when they put 30 points on the board," the Garrard coach said.