Chapin Huskies Looking to Turn Things Around Against Parkland Matadors in Northeast Showdown
By Tyler Raines
Sports Reporter Chapin Chronicle
Disappointed is the only word to describe how the Chapin Husky football team feels. For a second week in a row Chapin lost. The Huskies look forward to turning the season around against northeast foe Parkland. This week’s matchup will play out at Irvin HS at 7 p.m.
“We’re upset about going 0-2 and that’s made us hungry for a win,” said Chapin d-lineman Geoffrey Dewees.
This week there is increased focus on both offensive and defensive strategies after weaknesses were visible in last week’s loss.
“We need to step up on both offense and defense,” said cornerback Deandre Brown.
Having a slow start makes focusing tough but Chapin Huskies are confident they can put away all distraction.
“It’s tough being 0-2 but it still hasn’t brought our spirits down,” Chapin captain linebacker Max Flores said.
Determined to end pre-district play with a win, Chapin puts it all on the line on Friday night.