Sports2-a-Days Preview: Dunham Tigers
The Dunham Tiger football team has new life after a new student came to campus.
Former Redemptorist quarterback Mike Williams takes over for the Tigers after his old school shuttered it's doors.
The Tigers are excited to see what he and they can do together as 12 starters return from last years team that made it to the second round of the playoffs.
Neil Weiner in his second year at the helm has been able to increase his roster size from 27 a year ago to 42 this coming season and he says a big ninth grade class has him optimistic for the future as well.
Following on their 7-5 season and first round win over Menard, the Tigers are hoping the confidence gathered from that year will carry over to future success in 2015.
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