Warriors Look to Blemish Spot: Spartans, a 47-13 leader over Twin Valley, are …

September 12, 2015 - garden totes

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A year ago, Warwick fell to 0-2 out of a gates following a hard-fought 31-21 detriment to Garden Spot in a non-league diversion in Lititz.

This Friday night, a Warriors are anticipating to equivocate a repeat.

After dropping a 48-16 detriment to back-yard opposition Manheim Central on opening night, Warwick is looking to spin a tables on a Spartans this Friday night in New Holland.

To get in a win column, however, they will need to delayed down a GS conflict that erupted for 33 first-half points opposite Twin Valley final Friday and eventually pulled divided to a 47-13 victory.

First-year sophomore quarterback Cameron Roth (11-of-15, 221 yards) ran for a touchdown and threw for twin others to lead a Spartan offense that gained 478 sum yards. Junior tailback Jahad Jeffers, meanwhile, ran for 142 yards and twin TD’s on 15 carries to lead a belligerent conflict that gained 257 yards.

The Warriors were led by comparison QB Colin Gibble, who threw for 146 yards and a touchdown, while also using for a team-high 111 yards and a TD on 13 carries.

Lititz Record sports editor Bruce Morgan recently chatted with Warwick manager Bob Locker to get his thoughts on a arriving game. Garden Spot manager Matt Zamperini did not lapse emails seeking comment.

Bruce Morgan: After dropping a diversion Friday night, how many some-more critical does that make a diversion opposite Garden Spot and avoiding an 0-2 start?

Bob Locker: It becomes unequivocally important. It becomes critical for several reasons. One, we consider it’s needed we uncover some alleviation in a series of areas from a initial week to a second week. We have to scold mistakes, things we saw on film. So that’s unequivocally important, though also, we don’t wish to go 0-2 – that creates for a formidable start. So we have rather of a clarity of coercion this week about a significance of a game.

BM: After losing your twin parsimonious ends final Friday night, how does your parsimonious finish conditions look, and by extension, a using game?

BL: (Tanner) Heckel pennyless a bone in his hand, so he’s going to be out for awhile. (Justin) Smith, we’re not unequivocally certain about. We’ll have a improved thought substantially not (Monday), though by Wednesday. We’ll into a week and (Monday)’s use we’ll substantially work a four-wide set. We work it during some indicate during a week each week, so we’ll usually take caring of some of that things (Monday) and hopefully have a improved thought after in a week. Our parsimonious finish stuff, it’s things we’ve run all summer, so we’re informed with what we need to do in it. But we have to take a look, like we said, during 4 wides. We can still run out of it. It means Colin might run a small bit some-more this week. That’s not indispensably a bad thing. He ran unequivocally good Friday night. It’s one of a genuine advantages of carrying a twin hazard quarterback, so he’s going to have to receptacle it a small bit.

BM: Is Colin 100 percent. we know he got nicked adult with a palm and ankle final week.

BL: we tell a kids, a usually day you’re going to be 100 percent is a initial day of practice. So as where he’s at, we consider he’ll be usually fine. We’re all going to have to play with some bumps and bruises and things like that, though we entirely design that he’ll be prepared to go.

BM: Garden Spot is entrance off a large win over Twin Valley final Friday and it looks like Cameron Roth and Jahad Jeffers had a good diversion for them. What concerns we many about Garden Spot.

BL: Us defensively, we’re going to need to do a improved pursuit opposite a run than what we did final week. (Jeffers) is kind of a opposite kind of using behind – he’s not as sleek nor as flat-out quick as Camacho was. But he’s nice-sized kid, he runs hard, he runs downhill. So he presents a challenge. And a quarterback did a good pursuit on some reads. We can’t let them usually run on us. we mean, we’re going to have to come adult with something to make them chuck a ball.

BM: Besides that, what will we have to do to come out on top?

BL: Sustain descent drives, reason a round a small bit longer on offense and try to keep a invulnerability off a field. They were on a margin an awful lot on Friday night. And that creates for a prolonged evening. Cut down on a mistakes. What did we have, 3 turnovers on Friday night? You can’t do that. We gave Manheim Central a brief margin twice and they took advantage of it, so we’ve got to purify adult a turnovers. We’ve got some small things to work on in terms of pass patterns and being a small crisper with some stuff. But that’s what we have a week of use for.

BM: What are your expectations for this game?

BL: My expectancy is that a kids will respond a approach that we design them to respond, that we’ll have a good week of practice, that we’ll have a good week of practice, that we’ll make a corrections we need to make, and we’ll go out and play a unequivocally good diversion Friday night. That’s where we need to be at.

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