Sublette Turns to Improved Culture to Improve Fortunes

Brock Kappelmann - August 21, 2018 2:45 pm

Lance Carter is looking for gains anywhere he can find them this year.  The Sublette athletic director, head boys basketball coach, and former Cloud assistant men’s basketball coach knows what he is up against as he gears for his first year as head football coach of the Larks.  Sublette has fallen on hard times losing 24 games in a row.  The Larks were outscored to the tune of 425-36 in last year’s 0-9 season.  Carter has been coaching middle school football and his 8th graders laid claim to the only football win in town the past couple of seasons.  So building a belief, a work ethic, a talent pool, and winning culture will take some time.  But Carter is looking for gains anywhere he can find them.  Sublette has 24 out for football with seven starters back on both sides of the ball.

Some of the key Larks are young players including Jr. WR/CB Carson Thornton, Jr. TE/OLB Dylan Watson, Sr. WR/CB Jaren Giesick, So. QB/S Brice Williamson, Jr. TE/MLB Reese Garretson, and Jr. DT Tyson Lundblade.  The Larks were featured during the Sportsguys on Tuesday morning.

Schedule

August 31- at Oakley

September 7- Ellinwood

September 14- at Elkhart

September 21- Syracuse (102.7 and kscbnews.net)

September 28- at Stanton County

October 5- at Inman

October 12- Sedgwick

October 19- Meade

 

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