TUCKER – Druid Hills High is looking to change their long history of not having a winning season and a recent coaching turnover should help in that aspect.
Failing to have a winning season since 1993 the Red Devils are in the middle of a 25-year losing season skid. After finishing 2017 with a 1-9 season, their lowest record since 2007’s 0-10 finish, the Red Devils are focusing on changing the culture around the program.
With their head coach being at the school for the past five years and coaching for the previous three with the football team and recently being elevated to the head coach role, the Red Devils will be a program hungry for more than just one win.
Druid Hills has to return to their 4-6 finish in 2018 if they’ll be a serious contender down the road.