SEMINOLE - The Osceola Warriors aren't your average football team.
"We're a fundamental high school," said Head Coach George Palmer. "Our expecations in the class room are high, and we are a little different in most everything we do."
That goes for football practice too. In order to keep up with their rival powerhouses, the warriors hit a little bit harder, run a little bit faster, and push themselves a little bit further.
"We don't have quite as much athletic ability as some of the teams around here," Coach Palmer explained.
However, the warriors still manage some big wins. A big part of those wins come from quarterback Ryan Allan, who led the team to a 6-4 record his sophomore season.
"It was just a great experience," Allan said. "I just knew my ceiling was much higher, and I had a great offseason."
Warriors Coach Palmer says looking towards next year, anything is possible, and winning another 6 games is certainly not out of the realm of possibility.
"We came from behind in 4-out-of-the 6 wins last year, twice from down 14. Those kids are great, and I love being around them."