LEXINGTON, KY (WKYT) - The East Jessamine Jaguars were only 2-8 in 2012. However, for 2013, things are looking up for the Jaguars who have an abundance of upperclassmen. Mike Bowlin begins his 9th season at East Jessamine and the Jags have always been known for power football. It appears, at least in the preseason, the ball may be thrown a lot more than in the past. "I told my assistants if we are to win a district title, we have to be able to throw the football," said Bowlin. This will be something the Jags will have to adjust to though. Over the past two seasons, East Jessamine has thrown for a little more than 1,400 yards.
The Jags are in a very tough district with the likes of Anderson County, Franklin County, Montgomery County, West Jessamine, and Woodford County.