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Aurora switches to flexbone offense (MO)

A new head coach brings a new offense for the Aurora Houn’ Dawgs.

Craig Weldy, the junior high coach at Aurora since 2002, has been promoted to head coach this fall.

“In 2002 a couple of coaches quit late in July,” Weldy said. “I had a construction company here, and Jim Waggoner (former Aurora athletics director) asked me if I would coach the junior high for one year. One year, and here it is 2017.

“It’s helped keep me young. I love doing it.”

Weldy plans to change the offense from the spread to the flexbone.

“We will still throw the ball because J.D. (Lee) is such a fine passer and we have kids who can catch the ball,” Weldy said. “We’re not going to go out and win track meets, but we have kids who can get open, possession-type receivers with good hands and run good routes.

“We’ll mix it up a little bit. Ideally we’ll be 60-40 (run-pass ratio) and keep the defense honest. We’ll take what the defense gives us.”

Lee gets his turn to direct the Houn’ Dawgs after serving as the backup QB the last two years.

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