Veteran Corrigan-Camden head coach Seven Armstrong welcomes back a ton of experience for the 2013 season.

Armstrong, who's entering his 11th season with the Bulldogs, will have eight returning starters on each side of the ball, many of whom garnered all-district accolades a year ago.

Junior tailback Keegan Mitchell had a breakout campaign as a sophomore, rushing for 1,100 yards. He will again be a primary weapon for the Bulldogs, who have two-way standout Carlos Inguanzo in the backfield and at linebacker, where his 5-foot-10, 230-pound frame should dish out punishment.

Haden Armstrong also returns at quarterback for an offense that averaged 30.4 points per game in 2012, when Corrigan-Camden went 6-5 with a Class 2A Division II Region III first-round playoff appearance. The Bulldogs won four of their last six games, with one of the losses being a 27-26 bi-district defeat against Crawford.

Seven Armstrong has led Corrigan-Camden to eight playoff appearances in his first 10 seasons at the helm. If the Bulldogs reach their potential this fall, he can add a ninth postseason trip to his resume.