Gilman coach Jon Seal has built his Greyhounds into one of the best programs in the nine-team Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference, earning playoffs berths for seven consecutive years (2007-2013) while winning a championship in 2010.
That spark, however, has been lost over the last two years with the Greyhounds failing to reach the postseason, although Seal is confident that streak will end this fall for a seasoned team that returns 15 seniors and seven starters.
People listen when Seal talks about the potential he sees in his Greyhounds.
“I think we are beyond hungry for the playoffs,” he said. “I think we are...