This year, though, it may just be the Giants that are the hunted.
“The MIC is the top conference in the state every season,” he said. “We have quality programs and a lot of potential every year so we use it to gauge where our strengths and weakness are. This is my third year as head coach and every year has been more competitive. It’s our goal every season to win our conference. It’s a tall order, we’ve been competitive but this season competitive isn’t good enough. This year our goal is to win our conference, county tourney, and win our sectional.”
Conference, county, and sectional?
That’s a lot riding on this year but Rolinson and his Giants feel those aren’t the only goals they’re capable of achieving.
“I think we can compete at a state level,” Rolinson said. “I’ll have a better idea come mid-season but my expectations are realistic and those expectations begin with the potential in our program. We have the potential to compete.”