It’s that time of year again, and the Yorktown and Winchester football teams find themselves opening the season with a number beside their names.
The Tigers debuted at No. 10 in Class 3A in the first AP state media poll, while the Falcons were sixth in 2A. Outside those two, Monroe Central received six votes in Class A.
Yorktown lost a large senior class of last year’s 11-2 team, but have a full offensive line back, led by Ball State commit Anthony Todd. The Falcons are led by Mr. Football contender and Michigan commit Kiante Enis, who posted the fourth-most rushing yards in state history as a junior.