Eagles Not Content with Recent Success

While MaxPreps recently placed the Eagles at #2 on their list of Georgia’s most dominant programs since 2006 (behind only Buford), Northside is much more concerned with their #2 finish in region 1-AAAAAA last year.

The Eagles are seeking region redemption, and more, in 2017. After falling to Valdosta in the game that would eventually determine the region championship, and then falling one game short of a championship game rematch in the Georgia Dome against the Wildcats, the chip on Northside’s shoulder couldn’t be bigger.

Despite losing dual-threat quarterback Tobias Oliver to Georgia Tech, Northside returns plenty of talent on both sides of the ball. More importantly, with a schedule that gradually escalates in difficulty, the Eagles will have time to test younger players, adjust, and develop.

For the eighth year, Kevin Kinsler will lead Northside as the head coach. His 80-11 record at the helm of the Eagles’ program is testament to his efficacy at producing championship contenders despite graduating key components, and the Eagles have been working tirelessly in the offseason to right their wrongs as the fall approaches.

Refusing to relish in past successes, Northside coaches, players, and fans know that they are only a couple of wins away from adding to their championship count.


In the Game Magazine / South Georgia / August – September 2017

Northside Warner Robins Eagles

Eagles Not Content with Recent Success

Written by Cole Parker

Photos by Mike Chapman

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