Posted On: 08/5/19 11:28 PM

After a solid season playing both ways for the Park Wolfpack, Andres Pettis decided to transfer to nearby East Ridge High School to finish off his junior season. Now, entering his senior year, he is ready for a big year with his new team; a big year that could land him with a college football program next season.
Although the Wolfpack's season got off to a slow start, the team came together late.
"The season went great," Pettis said. "We had a 4-4 regular season and evened things out. It could have been better. We were a solid team, but we didn't click in our first two or three games. That resulted in three losses but after that – once we found our grove – we rolled off three wins in a row and four of the next five games."
Changes to the lineup helped turn the season around.
"We made some player changes," Pettis said. "We got our starting running back back after our third game and finally had all the missing pieces there."
Pettis contributed on both sides of the ball.
"I think my junior year was solid. I had fourteen catches,

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