2019 is a new opportunity and AES has some new faces hoping to make an impact. Desormeaux has focused this spring on filling the void left by all-district running back Jhalen Brown. He's also looked at finding more weapons for quarterback Cole Simon. AES features 12 seniors and it's those players expected to make the impact." />
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Ascension Episcopal head coach Matt Desormeaux doesn't believe his team met its goals in 2018.

A 9-3 record was met with a second round playoff loss in a 'close but no cigar' kind of year.

"Our team goals are the every year are the same thing. Perfect at home, win district, and win a state championship," he said. "You know, that's what we prepare for, and that's what we work to strive to get to."

2019 is a new opportunity and AES has some new faces hoping to make an impact. Desormeaux has focused this spring on filling the void left by all-district running back Jhalen Brown. He's also looked at finding more weapons for quarterback Cole Simon. AES features 12 seniors and it's those players expected to make the impact.

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