Posted On: 01/3/17 5:45 AM

It was an up and down season for the Centennial Cougars' football program in 2016. Within the turmoil of an inconsistent offense and an early season coaching staff change, one constant was Keshaun Story. The senior was rarely off the field for the Cougars. Small in stature, Story's all-around game made him a fixture in all phases of the Cougars' game plan and helped give Story the ability to continue his football career in college.

"In the third game, we had to find another offensive coordinator," Story said. "I think if anything it helped us out. We realized we had each other's backs and brought us closer."

The defense carried the team most of the season, but when the offense got going, the team was hard to stop.

"Our offense was doing well when our line was getting a good push," Story said. "We were able to run the ball and then would do a good job spreading the ball around on the perimeter with shorter passes. Our defense – the whole season – was great. Our defensive line was probably the best line in the state."

Story was all

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