Mundy's Mill Looks To Build Winning Tradition With "Relationships and Accountability"
Although it is not officially summer time, high school football teams around Georgia have transitioned from their spring workouts into their summer workouts and after about two weeks off, the Mundy’s Mill Tigers are back on the clock and preparing for the start of the 2022-2023 season and they will do so under the direction of new head coach, Earthwind Moreland.
“I saw something in the kids,” Moreland said of his decision to take on the head position at Mundy’s Mill, adding “there’s a lot of potential here, not just here at Mundy’s Mill, but in Clayton County in general”. And as Moreland and his staff begin laying the groundwork to establishing the Tigers into one of the areas, not only talented team, but also one of the county’s top performing programs and he knows that “relationships and accountability” will be important elements to get the ball rolling.
“Like I said, we have a lot of potential here, but we’re trying to re-establish the accountability,” Moreland said as he and his staff not only coach the players to succeed on the field, but also utilize that time to use even “the simple things” to help their student athletes succeed “in life”. And as for winning on the field, Moreland says he and staff will be working around the clock with their players on everything from “A to Z”, adding that he and his staff will be supporting their players in all aspects from recruiting to the classroom, to community involvement.
The Tigers will open the 2022-2023 season on August 19 against county rival, Lovejoy.