LOUDONVILLE — Throughout the first six games of the season, East Knox football coach Calvin Hatfield has been looking for consistency from his team.
The Bulldogs have shown flashes of brilliance, but have also shown flashes of trouble in winning just two of their six games. But, if there was ever a time to put it all together, this week is that time.
East Knox will be open play in the Mid-Buckeye Conference this Friday by traveling to state-ranked Loudonville for a 7 p.m. contest.
“Right now, we are pretty inconsistent. Sometimes, we do great things; sometimes, we do boneheaded things,” Hatfield said. “We need to get consistent. We’ve shown we can do things individually. We need to do everything right in the same game. We do that and we can be a pretty good football team.”
The Bulldogs (2-4) will have their work cut out for them with the Redbirds (6-0), who are ranked seventh in the state in Division V. Loudonville has steamrolled its first six opponents, winning by an average score of 40-7.
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