Archive - Oct 15, 2011
It was obvious from the sidelines that West Point is happy where they are right now.
After a perfect 4-0 start in district play, who wouldnât be?
The Green Wave scored 47 unanswered points Friday night, on their way to convincing 47-7 win over Saltillo to remain atop the district standings and move to 5-3 on the season.
âWe played hard, weâre improving everyday,â West Point head coach Chris Chambless said after the Green Wave earned their fourth consecutive win. âWe just go to get to that point where we make zero mistakes, we donât miss any blocks or any tackles.â
A 4-3 record may not seem like much to most on paper, but for Hebron Christian, Friday nightâs 24-6 win over Calhoun Academy made a clear statement the Eagles football program is headed in the right direction.
Head coach Tri Nason talked all week about the importance in having a winning season, and the players bought into it.
âOne hundred percent,â he said. âI count this season as a success even though we are 4-3. We could easily be 6-1. And on top of that we did what most people said what we wouldnât do and that was win more than a couple of games.â