"We came into this season asking the kids to give two steps beyond what has been asked of them," Strasser said. "Just the extra energy, the extra effort and that's what we are looking for from them on Friday night. We're hoping that they go all out and let the scoreboard tell the final tale."
"We've got to start taking two steps and I think what that means is that we have to take two steps more at practice when you're running, run through two steps but not just that," senior lineman Bryer Houston said. "Also take two steps more of determination because we've got to want to get it."
"We know we can compete with teams now compared to coming in last year and It's really exciting and it's what we have been working towards all summer putting in hard work from the winter until now and see what we got week one right off the bat with CC," senior quarterback Jason Sterrett said.
Delphi will host Central Catholic in week one of the high school football season at 7 p.m.
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