(St. Francois County) The Seckman Jaguars joined our Cole’s Tractor and Equipment Football Roundtable Tuesday night at Applebee’s in Farmington. After having one of the best seasons in school history last year going 5-3, the Jaguars are off to a 3-0 start this season. Head Coach Nick Baer said he wanted to keep improving off of last year’s success.
Seckman is coming off of a 41-21 win over rival Northwest. Baer credits the halftime adjustments to their big victory.
Junior Cole Ruble played a big part in last Friday’s win. The Jaguars quarterback threw for over 170 yards and added over 200 yards on the ground.
The Jaguars continue their perfect season this Saturday at noon when they travel to Hazelwood Central to face the 3-0 Hawks.