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Cox settling in as Kingwood Park’s OC heading into season

Cox’s impact on players is evident both on the field and the diamond Vype

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“What if I’m not good at this?”

That’s the burning question that crossed the mind of Bruce Cox as he sat inside the Kingwood Park weight room at 6 a.m. on the morning of October 19.

Cox later that night would be calling the plays as the Panthers’ newly appointed Offensive Coordinator trying to turn the tide of a team that was 1-3 coming off a bye week.

“At the end of the day when I got the play sheets and put on the headsets on on the sideline I was very confident in our plan and our kids, most importantly, and our assistant coaches we had,” Cox said as he watched fall practice progress on Tuesday afternoon. “Just went to work and it worked out.”

Cox’s offensive plan clicked from the beginning as Kingwood Park went 4-0 to close out the season – averaging 27 points per game – and made the playoffs for the first time since 2014.

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