After a 6-4 season and a trip to the playoffs last year, expectations are high this season at Cedar Rapids Washington.
At this time a year ago, the future of Washington football was at an unknown. Paul James was making his return to coaching and the Warriors were unexperienced at some key positions.
Fast forward to now, and things are much different.
“There are definitly higher expectations for us,” said senior full back/linebacker Connor Vincent. “We did pretty well last year, given what people thought.”
The question this year will be the team speed and having all of the offensive weapons make quarterback Reed Snitker a little giddy.
“The 7-on-7 felt pretty good and throwing to them with the speed felt good,” Snitker said.