Posted On: 04/5/21 7:14 AM

By now, head coach football coach Tommy Joe Whiddon and his Lynn Haven Mosley program know all about adversity.

With Hurricane Michael coming ashore nearly three years ago, and having many of their players and coaches lose power and deal with the aftermath, this is school that has dealt with more than most have.

The Dolphins managed to get back on track in 2019, but then this past year happened – and as Covid spread through the world, the Panama City area was not spared.

This past season, while tough on everyone, saw the Dolphins finish 4-4, which included a 38-24 loss to St. Augustine in the first round of the playoffs.

There were several ways to look at the 2020 season – and wins over Panama City Bozeman (42-9), Clearwater Academy International (31-28), Panama City Bay (48-13) and Gulf Breeze (44-7), gave this program something to rally around.

Focusing on the losses to power Niceville, Milton and the down-to-the-wire 24-21 overtime setback to Crawfordville Wakulla will not get this team better. Hard work and learning from last year will.

This is a senior-oriented class that will step into the leadership role for the Dolphins.

Among those ready to step

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