Chapmanville Football: Belcher Excited for Future

As championship games are getting ready to be played across West Virginia and Kentucky, 1st year Chapmanville Football Head Coach Zach Belcher envisions his Tigers playing deep into the postseason sooner rather than later, “With a whole new staff with a lot of young players on the team, I believe going 5-5 and playing 10 meaningful games says a lot about the future of our program.”  Belcher feels like he’s learned how to get his team and staff better moving forward into next season, “I learned a lot being a 1st year head coach, and I believe my staff did a great job this year with everyone being basically new. I thought our players did great being coached and that we have a bright future here at CRHS.”

If the final game is any indication, the Belcher and Tigers are moving in the right direction after their dominate performance over a playoff team in Man, “We finally played a complete game,” Belcher said of the Man game.  “Both offensively and defensively was just phenomenal, we were very proud of the team to end it on a high note. Winning the Logan County championship as a first-year coach is a great accomplishment.”

Belcher feels the way that the Tigers finished the season has helped turn the corner for his returning players and staff, “We have to build on those wins and keep grinding and getting better. Those two wins were the two staple wins we had this season and winning the Logan County Championship gave us a lot of momentum heading into the off-season.”

Belcher and his players are excited about the off-season and what the future holds for Chapmanville Football, “I’m excited to get back to work this off-season, I believe the players are ready as well. We plan on getting better as a staff by going to coaching clinics, we also plan on having a fun summer planned for our players. Our job as a staff is to keep our players excited for the following season.  And we are excited, very excited, about our 8th grade talent coming to us from Chapmanville Middle and Harts Middle as well.  Our future is bright in Chapmanville.”

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