MONROE, Ind. (21Alive) - The Adams Central High School football team hopes the 2013 season is a continuation of a decent 2012 campaign.
While the Flying Jets return some from a 7-5 team, graduation losses along the offensive line make could make team chemistry slow going.
"By midseason, they'll be comfortable," head coach Michael Mosser says. "We got a lot of speed and skill, and we got to get that offensive line going for us."
First stop of Day 2, Adams Central, good skill experience, O-line must develope quickly, they like their chances IN ACAC— Dean Pantazi (@DeanPantaziINC) August 6, 2013
"It will probably be a game or two," running back/linebacker Ryan Baker says. "We don't have a lot of varsity experience right now. But as the season goes on, we'll get up to speed."
The skill positions show promise for Adams Central; from Cooper Hill returning as quarterback and Baker, Cater Sharp and Hunter Bates in the backfield. Add a good receiver corp, and the Jets have a strong offensive playbook at their disposal.
"Run the ball when we need to, but the pass is open," Hill says. "We're highly capabale of doing it when we need to get that extra yardage, or go for a long ball every once in a while."
A.C. opens the season with two non-conference road games before hosting Allen County Athletic Conference foe Leo on Sept. 6.
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