James Clemens Looks For First Win

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MADISON-The James Clemens Jets are going into their second year as a football program, but still looking for their first win. Last year's (0-10) finish led to a coaching change.

Wade Waldrop takes over for Bill Stewart, bringing ten years of Head Coaching experience from Chelsea. That could be the formula for success at James Clemens. The youth and inexperience that kept the Jets winless a year ago, could work in their favor this year.

The Jets lost just three Seniors to graduation. A lot of the starting positions in 2013 will be filled by young guys, but most have a year of starting experience to fall back on.

Coach Waldrop says the key to a turnaround in 2013 starts with the mental approach,

A Key returner is sophomore Maceo Booker, who racked up quite a few yards on the ground last fall.The Jets open the season Friday at J.O. Johnson.