B-A faces Everett in major test

Both teams enter 2-1

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B-A faces Everett in major test

Nate Friedenberger and the Blue Devils have been waiting for a big game like tonight's against Everett.

Nate Friedenberger and the Blue Devils have been waiting for a big game like tonight's against Everett.

Ali Wagner

Nate Friedenberger and the Blue Devils have been waiting for a big game like tonight's against Everett.

Ali Wagner

Ali Wagner

Nate Friedenberger and the Blue Devils have been waiting for a big game like tonight's against Everett.

Joe Padula, Staff Writer

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After winning its second game  and improving its record to 2-1 with last week’s 33-13 triumph over Claysburg-Kimmel (0-3), Bellwood-Antis now has its sights set on this week’s opponent in the Warriors of Everett.

Everett rolls  into Bellwood tonight with a 2-1 record and a two-game winning streak of its own, including last week’s 33-21 victory over Moshannon Valley.

We have to be able to make the play to contain their explosiveness.”

— Ethan McGee

Somethings got to give this week, and someone’s winning streak will be snapped.

Everett’s big play ability should not be taken lightly. Five of the Warriors’ 12 touchdowns have been 40 yards or more.

Two key players for the Warriors are Steven Sheaffer and Derek Lasch.  If Everett wants to win tonight these two seniors will have to come up big.

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Senior Cornerback Ethan McGee understands the challenges of containing Everett’s offense and not allowing big plays this week.

“We need to read our keys, keep play in front of us, and if the ball comes our way we have to be able to make the play to contain their explosiveness,” said McGee.

Senior quarterback Jarrett Taneyhill continues to impress with his great play behind center as last week he was 14-for-21, which translated into 242 passing yards and five touchdowns.

Taneyhill has now completed 60 percent of his passes for 672 yards and 8 touchdowns.

Assistant coach Nick Lovrich said the Devils will need to be precise on offense against the Warriors.

Coach Lovorich understand the importance of establishing a running attack so that his team can create a dominant balanced offensive.

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“We need to make sure we run the ball that is just something as a team we want to do because we have shown that we can pass it. Running the football is how you close games off,” said Lovrich.

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