Vincent - Warren is off to a 3-1 start to 2020.
Defensively, the Warriors have allowed more than 14 points in a game just once. Offensively, quarterback Kurt Taylor and wide receiver Evan Gandee are just some of the firepower at Warren’s disposal.
“I think we match up well,” Warren head coach Matt Kimes said of Union Local.
“I really like where we’re at in terms of how we’re playing. The guys up front are getting better every week. I feel like we’re being multidimensional offensively, mixing up our offense and keeping defenses on their toes. We’ve been playing well on special teams as well.”
Warren shut down a banged up Meigs team 41-0 last week, that win coming off a 28-14 victory over Logan. Warren’s only loss came to Division VI, No. 2 ranked Fort Frye after a 28-6 win over rival Marietta in week one.
It’s no surprise Warren had been able to put up points, but keeping the opposition from putting up points has been the biggest key.
“Just our physicality,” Kimes said of what he’s from his defense. “We’re playing really physical. We’d have even less points given up without busted assignments here and there, but we’re being aggressive. We’re bringing some pressure, and we’ve got guys who are covering well.”