CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — For the second striaght fall, Kenwood’s football coaching staff will look different.
But for the first time in more than three years, the offense may not function the same.
The graduation of Maleek Hall and Michael Sutherland as well as the departure of Sam Lipsey has Kenwood’s backfield facing a major overhaul. If not for the return of talented quarterback Malcolm Perry, the entire Knights backfield would look a lot like new coach Brian Beaubien and his staff — brand new.
“It’s going to be a bit different,” Beaubien said. “I don’t think that’s unfair to say. We lost a lot, but I’m excited about what we have and the potential this team has. We have some young kids that are talented that were playing primarily JV last year because Kenwood had such a great backfield with Maleek and Michael and Sam. Now those kids will get an opportunity to show their talent.”
This story will be updated later.