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Whippets Drill For Madison

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/20/2014

The last three seasons have not been kind to Shelby football going a combined 3- 27. That is something the team hopes to change this season beginning at home a week from Friday against Madison as the team starts off their second season under head coach Erik Will. Will welcomed back 11 lettermen led by Colten Harvey a senior linebacker and tight end, Dylan Schaffer, offensive line and quarterback/linebacker senior Lucas Bihl.

It will be Bihl's second year at quarterback after being thrust into the position just before week one when projected starter Lucas Ousley went down with an injury in the teams final scrimmage last year. Week one could go a long way in building the teams confidence should the Whippets beat rival Madison. The Rams put it on Shelby last year 54- 6.

   
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