FOX 11 Sports Prep Expert Doug Ritchay goes 1-on-1 with Hortonville co-head coach Tom Kolosso, whose team plays at West De Pere in the GameTime Game of the Week.
DR: Here with Tom Kolosso, co-head coach at Hortonville. His team headed to West De Pere tonight for the Game of the Week. Tom, not much to say, winner takes all basically . How excited are you for the kids and this opportunity?
TK: This is the one we’ve been waiting for. Youc an feel it out there during ghe week, you can see it with the kids. We’ve trying to keep everything normal, go through the same routine we’ve done. Just a lot of anticipation.
DR: Talk about your defense this year, because up until last week no points allowed. Why is your defense so good?
TK: We’ve got some talented personnel, we’ve got some kids coming back from last year. Last year, we made some big strides on defense and some of that carried over.
DR: Looking at tonight, is there one key going into this game?
TK: I think special teams are always big in games like this. You know, we can talk offense, defense; how do we match up there? The kicking game, West De Pere traditionally has a great kicking game. We’re not bad this year with ours, so I think that could potentially be huge. I think it’s going to come down to execution, it’s going to come down to turnovers. The turnover margin, You tell me we’re going to win the turnover margin I’ll feel pretty good.”
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