Sutton Mustang Football

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Updated: Mon, 09 Sep 2013 08:32:32 CST

That is Sutton Mustang football coach Steve Ramer last November after his squad dropped the Class C–2 title game to David City Aquinas at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln... A Spectacular season of 12–1 ended that day in Memorial Stadium after quarterback Cole Wiseman led the squad to the title game rushing for over 18 hundred yards and 39 touchdowns. He is by far not the only weapon returning as running backs Trae Ramer and Noah Johnson can also "take it to the house" at any time. All they'll need for another great season is some blocking. Yeah, expectations to say the least. You know we've just got to work hard, come to practice everyday, keep working hard, we have a couple a group of young kids and they're starting to figure it out and they're starting tow ork hard just like the older kids and set examples. Deinatley has a lot of pressure on us especially itht he guys we lost, we lost lost of seniors so it puts a lot of pressure on the starters from last year and we hope to have the same expectations so we can get a championship this time. So during camp no doubt coach Ramer has been developing some linemen whom he hopes are ready for Friday night's opener. Tri–County visits Mustang Stadium for a 7:00 kickoff and Mustang running backs will be looking for some holes to runs though. This is a pretty good position but its kind of hard to run the ball without any linemen stepping up so it depends if our linemen step up. We've got to get ready these first 3 of 4 games before districts It's always really loaded with Doniphan–Trumbull, Hastings St. Cecilia, Thayer Central and Superior will be better. We know if you go undefeated through our district we can win thru the playoffs. Football is red hot in Sutton, it will be for the opener with Tri–County Friday and should be part of many exciting games to come....