CCS players talk about season prospects

“It looks like we filled in real nicely. I think the team chemistry is a lot better this year. For a couple of years, we had chemistry and we’ve gotten along but things would be divided by classes. This year, we, all grades, got out to lunch together and do things like that. All of us get along and try to be good teammates.’

On the 7-on-7 summer schedule: “Going on trips together makes us get closer. Playing against tougher teams helps us get better.” — RUNNING BACK ANCIL LEA

“I think our defense will be better because it’s about the same team. We all have experience from last year. Being about the same team, we are used to playing together. It’s a lot of the same players who won a conference championship in junior high so we’ve had success together.” — LINEBACKER NOAH BOWMAN

 

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