Looking to improve their season this year, Borah High School's coaches and players are on the same page for making their season successful.

Coach Corpus is expecting his team to give their all and pay attention to details, which has been lacking over the last few years according to Corpus. By executing the details, Corpus expects to have the ability to play at a high level and have a successful season.

Christen Hugon and Jake Palon are both returning wide receivers for the Lions. Along with Jayce Foree (running back), Anes Srana (defense back), and Nick Eden (offensive line) who are all notable returners. These returners are stepping up and taking on the responsibility to help develop the younger players on the team.

Corpus is focusing on weight and speed training for summer conditioning. Corpus says there is still time to make everything perfect before August 10th.

Since the season opener is right around the corner, Corpus is expecting to take care of business. Borah played Columbia High School for last year's season opener and will do the same for this season. Corpus believes the outcome can be a good one if, "we take care of our responsibilities and worry about what we need to do."

When asked who Borah's biggest competition will be Coach Corpus responded with, "The league is tough. We will take one game at a time, and won't prioritize one game over another."

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