Wolfe looking for consistency in first year

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ATWOOD, Tenn. – West Carroll head football coach Josh Wolfe is less than a month into his new job. He didn’t go on vacation during the two-week dead period. Instead, he was developing a offense and defense. “I think we’re coming along considering we got the job a week before the dead period,” Wolfe said. “The kids are catching on pretty well. I’m pleased with our progress so far.” Wolfe wants to establish a brand at West Carroll. One that identifies with consistency. “Way of doing things. These kids work hard here,” Wolfe said. “We want to bring some things we done at Camden. We want to get some respect across the state and be consistent from Friday to Friday.” The War Eagles haven’t made the playoffs since 2012.

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