CRESWELL, Ore. -- Creswell is looking at the shortened spring season as a tune-up as for the fall.
“I think we're going to take some of the success we had in the spring and do really well,” head coach Scott Worsham said.
The Bulldogs went 3-3 in the spring.
The team dominated on defense allowing a combined 14 points over the three wins.
“We're probably further along this year than we've ever been just because we have so many guys back so many guys in our system,” Worsham said.
While Worsham doesn't have to do much teaching on defense, he says it's the offense that needs to improve.
The Bulldogs averaged 13 points a game last season.
"We got a lot of up-and-coming freshmen this year who are bigger, senior wide receiver Logan Gordon said. “There will be more on the line which will be nice.”
Creswell has nine returning starters on both sides of ball.
The Bulldogs hope to be more competitive against some of the better 2A teams like Coquille and Monroe.
“I feel pretty confident about this year and pretty good,” senior wide receiver Anthony Cox said. “I feel like we're a good team. We got a lot of guys out here. So, I’m feeling pretty confident.”
Creswell opens the season against Harrisburg on September 3.