Wildcats won't change who they are in 2014

Photo Credit: Pat Moroney

Winning on the football field has been a constant at Westwood. Now, they'll try to maintain that success in a higher class.

Ross Worsham's program is making the move from 2-A to 3-A for the 2014 season. Their new region includes powerhouses like Deerfield-Windsor and Valwood.

But that doesn't change the team's ultimate goal.

"I want to go out with a state championship," senior Chason Worsham said. "That's all we're working for is a state championship."

The team's schemes and philosophies will remain the same. The Wildcats will trot out a run-heavy spread offense and they'll use their speed to get to the ball on defense.

It's a formula that's worked well in the past, and it should do the same in the future.

"We're not scaling back our expectations at all," Coach Worsham said. "We know it's going to be a bigger challenge in this region, but we're going to expect to win."

Westwood opens up the year on Friday night with a road game at Southwest Georgia Academy.

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