The Stars of Tomorrow
by Abigail Sims, co-editor
As the leaves begin to fall and the sports seasons come to a close, the J.V. football team has finished strongly. Their final record was 5-2, with their only two losses to Padua and Aurora.
Although their goal was to win every game, they came very close to accomplishing what they set out to do. They still managed to perform well, especially with their two biggest wins versus Chagrin Falls and Kenston. The boys possessed the ability to play together and understand what it takes to be victorious.
Coach Cirino will miss this team’s desire to compete. He also said, “It’s hard to win and it sucks to lose. JV…Its where tomorrow’s all-stars are made.”
The freshmen football team is also bringing their season to an end, with a record of 4-4. Although these boys had hoped to have a better record, they realize that no team has beaten them, but they have lost the games. They played excellent football all season long, with an exception of 17 plays in which they gave up 6 points. Their hardest loss was to Padua, where they had four mistakes that resulted in four Padua touchdowns. They only lost by four points. However, their best wins were versus Aurora, where they played four solid quarters, and Chagrin Falls, where every player contributed to their 16-14 win. This year’s freshmen have showed how well they are able to perform. Coach Kaczmarek says that he will, “Miss the team chemistry. They played well together. They always supported each other.” Keep working hard J.V. and Freshmen boys! Good luck next year as the future of Wolverine Football!