Friday, September 13, 2013

Football team hosts Buhl tonight in Hailey

Wood River junior running back Champe Kotara (a team-high 97 yards, 1 TD) chews up yardage last Friday in his team’s 40-32 win over Salmon. The Wolverines (1-0) stay home and host the Buhl Tribe (0-1) today, Friday at 7 p.m. at Phil Homer Field. Wood River coach Kevin Stilling said, “We’ve had success re-cently against Buhl because we've been able to get bodies on their backers and handle their blitzers. That needs to continue for us to be successful this week. We ran the ball well last Fri-day but need to do a better in setting the edge on our sweeps this week. Defensively I feel like we were a couple of steps away from playing a great game last week rather that a decent one. That's just a matter of getting a game under our belt and working on reads and pursuit. They are very well-coached and aren't going to make mental mistakes. We've got to get turnovers and penalties out of our system and execute.”
Express photo by Roland Lane

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