Rothsay Rising: Tigers off to 2-0 start
ROTHSAY, MN - Two years can seem like a lifetime when you're in high school. It had to seem that long for the Rothsay football program, which had to deal with plenty of drama away from the field.
In the summer of 2016, then head coach Andrew Oland was not offered a contract to continue as coach. The Tigers didn't land a coach until late in the summer and hired Josh Nordick to take over.
Nordick has installed a new found confidence in the Tigers, who have started 2017 with a 2-0 record, beating Hillcrest Lutheran and Hancock.
The Tigers highest win total is three games, which the team can match with a win against Laporte on Friday night.