Gallatin County begins second decade

The first decade of Gallatin County football comes to an end this season. Head coach Tim Browning has been the front man for the Wildcats since the beginning and seen the program grow leaps and bounds over the past few years.

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Maintaining depth to be competitive has been a struggle but Gallatin County has seemed to find a way to weather the storm under Browning’s guidance. This fall will be no different as the “next man up” philosophy will be the mantra as the offense returns enough pieces to be respectable. The defense loses some of its top experienced players filling those holes is a big hurdle for the Wildcats.

When they take the field this August you can bet that the boys from Warsaw will put up a fight.

Class 2A, District 5
2014 RECORD: 5-6, 2-2 Class 2A, District 5
COACH: Tim Browning (49-50 @ Gallatin County, nine years, 49-50 overall)

Macray Beers, Jr, OL/DL – Beers gives Gallatin County good size and strength on both sides of the ball.

Trent Brock, Sr, QB/DB – Back for a second season as the Wildcats starting quarterback Brock threw for more than 700 yards with 12 touchdown passes. He is also the team’s top returning defensive back.

Noah Hanson, Sr, RB/LB – Hanson led the team in receptions, receiving yards and was second on the team in rushing yards with more than 500. He also found the endzone nine times as a junior. Hanson will also be the leader on defense at linebacker.

Isaiah Streine, Jr, TE/DE: Streine led Gallatin County with four touchdown receptions and was second on the team in sacks as a sophomore.

(3-8 overall) – Since 2007 Gallatin County has appeared in the playoffs eight straight years.

Several new foes highlight the Wildcats schedule as Switzerland County, Middletown Christian and Bracken County are on the docket. Winning those games will be a big confidence builder for Gallatin County. The Wildcats should also finish in the top tier of their District

Gallatin County scored at least 21 points in eight of its 11 games last season. The Wildcats defense also allowed at least 21 points in eight games.

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