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Two-A-Days: Sergeant Bluff-Luton

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Warriors Chase After Their 5th Straight Playoff Trip

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Warriors Chase After Their 5th Straight Playoff Trip
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12451/7055960?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Tue, 22 Aug 2017 23:22:17 +0000 Two-A-Days: Sergeant Bluff-Luton Warriors Chase After Their 5th Straight Playoff Trip http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12451/7055960?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KCAU program has been the strongest siouxland program of late--- the warriors have made 4 straight trips to the playoffs, including a 7-3 record last year. and with eight returning starters on offense, there's a good chance it could be five- straight. even though it's not a lot, the warriors do have some big shoes to fill--- justin smith's crew lost starting quarterback chris kroll, who also happened to be the warriors second leading rusher--- on top of that, they lost offensive lineman jackson wright and the top two tacklers, collin croston and keegan savary--- with those players gone, this year's group of seniors know they have to pick up were brody eaton "we worked hard, we tried to work on our leadership, we needed to get better leadership, so we can just work better as a team and we worked really hard in the offseason and in the weight room and i think it's going to work out good for us this season." ty boekelman "i think coach smith does a good job of keeping our goals in mind as were working out during the summer and during football practice. he always reminds us what's the big picture." justin smith "our leadership this year is really good, we got a group of seniors, as a freshman football team, they were 1-7 and i told them 'just stick with it and battle and just follow the process, guys.' right now we got about 13 really good players in that class, who are going to battle and compete and give them some good leadership. it's almost better because they were never told that they were really good, they were never told that 'hey, you're awesome,' so they knew they had to work for it and i think they appreciate it a little more."





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