Here with Ashwaubenon coach Mark Jonas, his team tonight taking on Green Bay Southwest at Southwest. Mark, 2-0, right this season, you were 0-2 last season. What’s been the biggest difference?
“Our kids’ attitude has been fabulous this year. I think jumping out to that win against Preble was really big, because it gave us confidence going into Mantiowoc.”
Talk about your quarterback, James Morgan, and only a junior. He shows a lot of skill, a lot of ability. What’s your read on him?
“He’s a great leader, he has a cannon for an arm, He can make every throw in the book that you ask him to. Hopefully, this year we can ask him to do a little more with his feet. That dimension will make teams respect what we do offensively even more than what they do already.”
Southwest hasn’t lost a conference game in a long time. Do you look at this game, I know the first two games are important, too, but is this game a measuring stick?
Anytime you go up against a champion, you always measure yourself against them; it doesn’t matter what level you’re at. We need to play well tonight, we need to stick with them as much as we possibly can. We need to keep the score as low as possible, I think will help us. Hopefully, we pull out a win.”
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