ENID, Okla. — K-H ready to hit someone else
First-year Kremlin-Hillsdale coach Jeremy Breshears is looking forward to getting “to hit somebody else’’ when the Broncs scrimmage Canton, Pond Creek-Hunter and Timberlake at Jet Friday.
“It’s a good opportunity for us to get better at what we do,’’ Breshears said. “A scrimmage is a glorified practice. You need them to figure out what will work and what doesn’t work.’’
Breshears’ first priority is to find an offensive guard. Quarterback also still is open between Andre Lizar and J.J. Stubblefield.
“We’re not totally set on quarterback yet,’’ he said. “They’re both looking good. Our whole team is looking good. I always tell the boys that no positions are totally locked in. We’re looking for the right combinations in the backfield.’’
The Broncs have four or five running back candidates and Breshears is rotating up to six players at tight end.
“I’m not sure what our combinations are going to be,’’ he said. “The kids are excited about being here and they’re working hard. Those are two of the most important things to have. I never doubt their effort. They have a positive attitude and they are excited about the season.’’
Breshears reports no major injuries.
The Broncs scrimmage at Cherokee next week.