East Central head coach Seth Smith talks with his players during the second quarter against West Lauderdale on Nov. 10 in Hurley.
East Central head coach Seth Smith talks with his players during the second quarter against West Lauderdale on Nov. 10 in Hurley. Glenn Andrews Special to the Sun Herald
East Central head coach Seth Smith talks with his players during the second quarter against West Lauderdale on Nov. 10 in Hurley. Glenn Andrews Special to the Sun Herald

Seth Smith’s boundless energy and passion turn East Central football into a contender

November 30, 2017 03:00 AM

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