Bulldogs focus on upcoming season

Crestview football

Jaylynn Robinson follows Emanuel Reed around right end.

Published: Tuesday, August 6, 2013 at 05:40 PM.

CRESTVIEW — Hot and humid weather greeted the Crestview High School football team Monday morning as the Bulldogs officially opened preseason practice.

First-year coach Tim Hatten obviously wasn't grading on the curve when assessing the first day.

"I'd give it about a C- if I had to grade it, as far as practice goes and getting things done," he said, "but that was normal. It went about like most first days.

"There was a little bit of chaos and we found out some things we have to do. It was more equipment and procedure stuff than it is football stuff. We have some maintenance stuff as far as running practice and getting people dressed out."

Senior quarterback Khalil Foster, who is back under center after a year at wide receiver, had a different take on things.

"I think today we did well," he said. "We did very good.

"I think the summer went well. We all worked hard the whole time. We got bigger, stronger, faster."

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