Thursday, August 5, 2010

High Expectations At Reserve

By John Severance

RESERVE – Coach Don Cole said the Reserve football team had its first open voluntary gym workout Monday and he liked what he saw.
“I am looking at high expectations and we have a lot of starters back especially at key positions,” Cole said. “It depends what happens at quarterback and what player will develop into that position.
“They had a good attitude yesterday and I was pretty pleased. Things are looking up right now.”
Cole said he had 24 players showed up on Monday.
Top returnees include Adam Fisher, Trevor Kaber, Tanner Lingsdorf, Dylan Stephenson and Patrick Lucero.
“We have a lot of returning starters back on the line,” Cole said. “Underclassmen should help us a lot. We should be all right if everybody comes out and stays healthy.”
The first official workout for the Mountaineers will be Aug. 9. Reserve will scrimmage Duncan, Ariz., at home on Aug. 21 and will play its first game at Menaul on Aug. 27.
Reserve finished 7-3 last season and it will be in the same district as Animas and Mountainair. Magdalena played in the district last year but it moved up to Class AA and it’s still looking for a football coach as of Tuesday.

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