The Tigers are 9-0 entering Friday night’s season finale against Cocoa Beach. Obviously, a state title would mean everything to the players, but also the community.
LAKE BUTLER, Fla. — Some years you know you have a special team.
“I’ve been around long enough to know to cherish these teams when you know you’ve got a chance,” Union County High School football head coach Andrew Thomas said.
Union County enters Friday night’s regular-season finale against Cocoa Beach at 9-0. A state title is on the mind of every player and coach, which makes sense given its last championship came in 1996.
“You know when you’re having success like we are right now it just makes it that much sweeter and a lot of excitement in Union County right now,” Thomas said.
“It would mean everything,” senior tight end and linebacker Curran Webb said. “I mean that’s what we’re all playing …