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By David Pan
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Returning young talent boosts Kamiak's expectations | Football

2nd-year coach Thomas wants to see the Knights continue to make progress


Last updated 9/5/2019 at 12:46pm

David R Pan

Kamiak sophomore wide receiver Wesley Garrett prepares to catch a ball, while cornerback Damon Crouse closes in on him.

The Kamiak football team is looking to take a step forward.

How much is a question is yet to be answered.

Under then first-year head coach Bryant Thomas, the Knights battled through a difficult 2018 season.

Kamiak (1-8 overall) struggled to put up points on the scoreboard and to keep its opponents out of the end zone. The Knights allowed an average of 45.7 points per game, while managing to score just 7.8 points per contest.

Thomas is confident the program is heading in the right direction, given the talented group of players Kamiak is bringing back.

"The second time around the kids are...

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