Warriors visit Ider

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedIn
 Westbrook (0-2, 0-1) at Ider (1-1, 1-0)
Last week’s results: Fyffe 49, Westbrook 17; Ider 27, West End 18
2012 result: Ider 39, Westbrook 34
Series record: Ider 4, Westbrook 3

By Gene Stanley/Sports Correspondent

What kind of team will Westbrook face this week?

That’s hard to tell, because the Hornets’ traditional Wing-T offense has given way to the spread – at least partially.

“We’re not real sure which way they’ll go against us,” Westbrook coach Tony Osborne said. “They are capable of running either, so we might see some of both.”

Ider lost some key players from last year and Osborne compares their situation to his own.

“They’re still trying to fill in the puzzle pieces, just like we are,” Osborne said. “We’ve been focusing on us in practice,” he said. “We’re making some changes in the defense and hoping it will make a difference. We’re still trying to find the right positions for everyone and trying to perfect what we do.”

Latest News

Etowah High senior kicks cancer, raises money for research
Family Success Center purchasing building from city
GSCC’s application period for scholarships closes today
David King running for election March 5
Downtown walking tours to begin in April

Latest Sports News

Sardis shines at Albertville meet
Lady Eagles rally past Gadsden City
Southside sweeps first-ever county soccer tournament
Gaston can’t catch up to Lafayette in regional championship
Lady Panthers fade late against Scottsboro in regional finals