CENTERBURG — When a young squad faces some adversity, a coach never knows what to expect.
Centerburg football coach Andy Colella found out Friday that his young Trojan squad may just have what it takes inside to make things happen again this year.
The Trojans, down 14-13 to Utica midway through the fourth quarter, dug deep and came up with a 19-14 victory over the visiting Redskins in the season-opener for both teams.
“This (win) was huge. The kids believed and never quit,” said Centerburg coach Andy Colella. “We kept our composure when things started to go south. … We kept fighting and did not give up.”
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