MHSAA 5A Preview: West Point Eyes Four In A Row
By Brandon Shields
Will the dynasty continue? Can they make it four in a row? We'll have to wait and see but West Point has reached a point where expectations are always to get back to the state championship game and win it in December.
"Last year nobody expected us to have the year like we did," said West Point coach Chris Chambless. "A lot of people are expecting us not to do much this year and that just motivates the guys."
The rushing attack is always dominant and averaged 272.3 yards per game last year. Brandon Harris rushed for 1,225 of those yards with 20 touchdowns last year and will also see time at quarterback along with newcomer Gray Berry. Dantariyus Cannon and Jimothy Mays also return at running back to help lead the run game.
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