The West High School football team entered last season with one of the best defenses in the state but an offensive counterpart that needed to mature fast.
The season had a few bright spots, and the Rebels entered the Class 5A postseason with a 4-6 mark and a No. 3 seed. Still, they posted 28 points in a first-round playoff game at defending-champion Catholic and nearly stunned the Fighting Irish.
But West left that night with a 34-28 loss. Star defensive end and Power 5 recruit Tyrece Edwards lingered on the field, long after the final horn. What he was contemplating, only he knows.
One thing was certain: he didn’t like how his junior season ended and he only has one more chance on the prep level to make it right.
5Star Preps visited the West Rebels on Tuesday — their first day of 2019 spring practice — to see if the pieces are in place for a redemption story.subscribe to read full article