JV football off to winning start


Carolina Olivas Hernandez

Hunter Sims runs the ball against Haskell

John Machtolff, Sports Editor


BRIGHT SPOTS: “Losing players to the varsity has affected our line and made it hard to play as a family. The team will be better if we learn to stick together,” freshman Hayden Hilbers said.

INSIDE  SCOOP: Five of the early JV players were moved up to varsity causing holes in the JV team. The team is made up of mostly freshmen so there’s not much older leadership on the team.

They always work hard and compete.”

— Coach Donnie Gray

COACH’S VIEW: “They’ve overcome teams with more talent and numbers. The position changes have been hard on them, but they always work hard and compete,” Coach Donnie Gray said.

ATHLETE’S VIEW: “I believe we stay on top in games because our  speed and quick pace. Being able to stay in shape and keep our best players on the field for most of the game wears other teams out,” freshman Kameron Moss said.