Football Team Overcomes Weather

Jayla Witt, Reporter

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Despite the heat to the rain, the football team continues to fight with a 1-3 record. 

Head Coach Steve Wiles felt the team had bright moments during the Aug.31 loss against Littlestown, 29-14.

“…overall defense, as a whole played really well, and had some tumbles,” said Wiles.

Wiles cited junior Luke Ohmann, sophomore Luke Immel and junior Daniel Clapp as leaders stepping up on the team.

The team overall showcases sportsmanship, according to Wiles.

“…The team seems to really like each other. I see them in the hallways talking and carrying on. It seems to be a lot of togetherness with the team that the players built upon,” said Wiles.

Sophomore Luke Immel looked at the positives. 

“…really, it’s all about doing what benefits the team…we all work together really well, and there’s a lot of good chemistry,” said Immel.

This season, Southern York County has had a lot of rain.

This has affected numerous sports, including the football game on September 7 against York Catholic.

The team had to stop the game midway with the score 3-7 and resumed play on Sept. 10 leading to a York Catholic win, 24-3.  

Friday, Sept. 13’s game against Dover High School lead to a 28-7 loss.

The warriors plays next on Friday, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m. versus the Gettysburg Warriors.



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