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Northview Cougars hope for a turnaround season

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DOTHAN, AL (WSFA) -

After an 0-10 season in 2016, the Northview Cougars decided it was time for a change.

They let go of former head coach LaBrian Stewart and brought in former Daleville head coach Josh Parrish who looks to turn this program around and has high hopes for his first season with the Cougars.

"The talent is here and we are expecting big things," said Parrish.

During his first few months as the Cougars head coach, he's noticed something different within his program.

"The whole team is excited, and you can see it around the campus," said Parrish. "People are starting to take more pride in the place and I've seen kids pick up trash in the parking lot and things like that. It's good to see."

With the new mindset comes a new looking Northview team on the field. A new offense and defense has been installed and has challenged the players, but Parrish is proud of how they have responded.

"It's really a great group of guys," said Parrish. "I'm amazed every day when I come to work how good of guys we have on this team."

We get our first glance at the new look of the Northview Cougars when they open the season against Baldwin County on Aug. 25.

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