The ADM men’s football team hadn’t had a winning season since 2012. Their 2015-2017 campaigns yielded a combined record of 7-20. In one year, head coach Garrison Carter was able to break that streak of losing to give ADM a winning season, finishing with a 5-4 record. 

Success has seemed to find Carter everywhere he coaches during his high school career. When he was offensive coordinator at Ogden for two years, they had a 16-7 record, which included a trip to the quarterfinals in 2013. Carter then went to be the head coach of the Washington Demons, where he had a 29-12 record over four seasons, three of which ended in the state playoffs. The 2016 Washington rushing attack averaged 293 yards per game and scored a total of 27 TDs over their nine game campaign.

Carter has a great amount of experience returning for the Tigers this year, and if him and his staff can press the right buttons, the future shines bright for this program.