Teeter guides new-look Raiders

By Mark Oliver

Boasting a new head coach as well as new faces on both sides of the ball, Riverview seeks to shock the mighty Class 2-4A this season. 

“Last season was good enough to show the potential of our team,” senior running back/linebacker Koby Teeter said. “As a team, we were able to come together in a way that we haven’t before and it will definitely help this upcoming season.”

“Koby gives 100-percent effort 100-percent of the time,” Riverview head coach Steve Williams said. “He exhibits great communication and great football knowledge. He wants to give back to future athletes by going to school to become a strength and conditioning coach.”

With a new look comes new goals. Teeter and the Raiders have worked hard to set expectations high for the upcoming season. 

“One of the biggest things we are trying to work on is individual knowledge of football and learning how to play our positions better,” Teeter said. “We have a young team, so I want to try and influence them the best way I can on the field, in the weight room and in the classroom.” 

“We have big expectations of Koby as a leader on the team,” Williams said. “He was a crucial part of our offense, defense and special teams last season. He is great, not only on the field, but in the weight room, as well. As a leader, he remembers every play and is able to help teach and keep his teammates accountable on the field.”

Mark Oliver