The Prescott Curley Wolves football team are back on the championship caliber mission for the up coming 2018 fall season and one of the major asset to success has been the backbone alongside the head coach is the assistant coaching staff.

The Prescott Curley Wolves football team are back on the championship caliber mission for the up coming 2018 fall season and one of the major asset to success has been the backbone alongside the head coach is the assistant coaching staff.
Prescott football head coach Tommy Poole has been more appreciative of having an experienced and veteran assistant coaching staff since arriving back to lead the charge of his alma mater as a hometown Curley Wolf on the gridiron.
Prescott football assistant coaching staff of - Brain Glass-offensive coordinator, Jason Patrick-defensive coordinator with coaches Danny Magga-quarterbacks and defensive ends, Davion Williams-defensive backs and wide receivers, Gabe Morman-offensive line, Jeremy Glass-assistant offensive line, Gavin McCauley- receivers coach, Taylor Woods - defensive back coach, Dennis Pruitt and Russell Carter all have been major in the for the Curley Wolves' success in previous seasons.
They're all apart of the Curley Wolves team that coached the sidelines for Prescott's undefeated 2016 Class 3A state championship season at 15-0 that brought back more title history to their well-known football program.
With Poole being principal and taking on athletic director duties at the high school, the Curley Wolves assistant coaches accommodate in a major way to get practice and all other duties started and progressing. Poole knew having a dedicated coaching staff to helps him handle his job much smoother and efficient.
For the 2016-17 season, Poole got the opportunity to be selected as a assistant coach in the All-Star football game with three players from the championship team chosen to participate in the game to represent the West of Jay Marks, Tyler Rucker and Chris Cowling.
"Our assistant coaches do a good job here. They're very deserving to be All-Star coaches and I'll be representing too at the All-Star game," Poole said.
As a coach, Poole was very appreciative to be recognized for capturing the honor of the 2016-17 AHSCA Outstanding Football Coach of the Year. He always believes strongly that his players and coaching staff work very hard to produce a successful football season to allow him to receive the award of achievement. Even though Poole received the recognition as a head coach, he honors the team and coaching staff for their work ethic to build unity in their football program to be successful to win.
Poole credited privilege to his players and coaching staff because of their hard work, dedication and commitment to making the Prescott athletic program successful.
Since then, the Curley Wolves assistant coaching staff continued to have an effect on the team last season with success.
The Curley Wolves held the No. 1 overall ranking for seven consecutive weeks in the state for Class 3A (Associated Press Arkansas Prep Poll, Hooten's Arkansas Football Class 3A rankings, Arkansas Democrat Prep Poll and Max Prep Poll Rankings). They were currently ranked as one of five top teams in the entire state for Class 3A heading into the postseason by all three polls.
With the defensive unit being strong for the season, the offense has impacted in all key victories racking up yardage both on the ground and in the air. The Curley Wolves posted their highest scoring win margin and in their final home game of the regular season defeating Bismarck 62-7 for a 55 point victory.    
Finishing the non-conference schedule unbeaten into league season, the defense continued to stay consistent and through the first three conference games, the Curley Wolves posted shutout victories against Centerpoint 53-0, Gurdon 48-0 and Horatio 47-0. Through week 6 of high school football season, the Curley Wolves extended their winning-streak to 21 consecutive wins since the start of their 2016 championship season. The streak ended in their tough loss at Glen Rose 37-27, but it's stands as the longest winning-streak in the history of their Prescott football program.
In the previous two seasons, the Curley Wolves football program had nine signees to play collegiate football in D-I and D-II levels with the impression of being guided by dedicated coaches that has established themselves with productive relationships with their players and athletes.
Prescott finishes two consecutive seasons unbeaten at home on Eddie Jackson Field, Cummins Stadium going into season 2018.
This summer, the Curley Wolves have already begun their offseason workouts with a successful spring going into their June football schedule. The Wolves had some success battling in 7-on-7 tournaments hosted in Benton and Camden-Fairview last month.
Coach Poole strongly believed the Curley Wolves made a lot of progress and finished both 7-on-7 tournaments productively to be a more equipped and polished team since wrapping up spring drills.
Poole commented about the production of the Curley Wolves competing in the summer tournaments and said, "I thought we competed both days and tried kids out at different positions and saw what they could do. I definitely believe we're a better team now before we came to compete."
The Curley Wolves took action in Benton first and competed against Little Rock Christian Warriors, Forrest City Mustangs and the Mena Bearcats in pool play. The Wolves fell short to Hot Springs Lakeside Rams in first round of tournament action. LR Christian would go onto win Benton's 7-on-7 tournament for 2018.
In Camden, the Wolves faced host tourney team Camden-Fairview, El Dorado, Malvern and Ouachita Christian.
As another reward, the Wolves had two more players to compete at the all-star game for 2018 of Thomas Muldrow and KaDarius Pearson that helped the West secure a dominating win over the East in Conway on June 23 at Estes Stadium. Poole along his coaching staff worked well and hard with Muldrow and Pearson to stand out throughout their career as Curley Wolves to play on gridiron's biggest stage.
Now in their second session and part of the summer workout schedule in the month of July, the Curley Wolves will host came on each Thursday morning July 12, 19 and 26 with the junior high. This camp has featured teams from Mt. Ida, Ashdown, Lafayette County, Genoa Central and Spring Hill in past summers.
As tradition, the Curley Wolves will continue their weightlifting and conditioning workouts along working out with positioning coach up til time to officially report for fall practice.
The assistant coaches worked well with the junior high as they went unbeaten last season under head coach Pruitt. The talent of the freshman group moving up to the high school level aims to make the Curley Wolves another heavy favorite of being a top team contender in Class 3A.