For Ingleside, in terms of wins and losses, there is nowhere to go but up this season.

They Mustangs went 0-10 in 2016, with a majority of their starters playing as sophomores.

Not only were there struggles at the varsity level, their JV team only won one game a season ago.

Ingleside plays in a district filled with powerhouses like Sinton and Cuero.

With a lot of freshman and eighth graders playing in his system, second year head coach Hunter Hamrick sees hope on the horizon.

Hamrick has also made scheme changes. The team runs a new Wing-T offense. There are new facilities and a new school being built as well.

The Mustangs start the season at Taft. The home opener is against Beeville on September 9th.