Sports 2-A-Days: East St. John Wildcats
RESERVE - For Alden Foster, Amite is home. He's a Warriors alum, and has coached at his alma mater for the past 7 years.
So when the opportunity came available to take the job at East St. John, the decision was extremely difficult.
Foster choosing the Wildcats for the Wildcats, as he's never coached on the 5A level. He's also looking to bring home a state championship for the first time in Reserve, as he came close with Amite last year, leading the Warriors to the 3A title game.
The Warriors went an underwhelming 6-6 last year, and lose several key seniors, including LSU defensive back Xavier Lewis.
East St. John excited by their skill position guys at wide receiver and running back. Foster hoping that the Wildcats can get adjusted to the new playbook before the season begins.
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