New coach at the helm for GHS football

The Grambling High School football team will have a new leader for the upcoming season as newly hired head football coach Cedric Sherrod will look to improve the team. With the improvement, he is looking for three goals for the team this year.
“We are looking at discipline, organization and leadership.”
The former offensive coordinator of Richwood High School, Sherrod is using the same offensive schemes that made his previous offenses successful.
Sherrod is an Arkansas native and a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. He has worked many positions in college and high school football.
Before coming to GHS, Sherrod served as offensive coordinator at Rayville High and Richwood. While at those schools, he also coached the offensive line, wide receivers and quarterbacks.
Sherrod is hoping his experience and style of coaching will improve the GHS team from last season.
“I am honored to become a part of the rich tradition that has been established in the town of Grambling. Upon taking the job, I was well aware of the challenges that are present with rebuilding a program but also the potential. This is going to be a very tough job, but I am ready to roll my sleeves up and go to work.