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Editor’s Note: This is the fourth of five stories previewing area high school football teams — up next is Strathmore.
After a disappointing 2-8 finish last season, challenges once again surmount for the Granite Hills High School football team as low numbers have had their impact on the team.
“Obviously our numbers are not what we thought they would be,” GHHS head coach Dan Williams said. “So it’s going to be a little bit more onus on our kids to understand what that, and how that impacts them because some of the kids will never be coming off the field. So my grave concern early in the season is, can we play four quarters with the limited amount of guys we have.”
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