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Royals Getting Ready

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/10/2014

The Wynford football team has opened preseason drills in preparation for the upcoming 2014 season. In 2013, the Royals finished at 6-4, and says coach Gabe Helbert did not accomplish any of their goals. The Royals did not win the final NCC football title and for the first time since 2004, did not advance to the post season. Two of the 11 seniors that return for 2014, Kaleb Alspach and Keaton Teynor both say that is all they have thought about since the end of last season.

Week one of the season could go a long way in determining wether or not Wynford gets back to week 11 as the Royals will open with small school power Liberty-Benton, a team that beat the Royals 17-3 last season. For Helbert its a game that if his team wins will start their season off on a positive note, or you are 0- 1 and still searching. The opener with the Eagles will be the only non-conference game on the Royals schedule with the next nine games all to be played in the new Northern 10 league.

   
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