6-0 Westminster looking to change the script

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Sept. 30, 2013 Augusta, GA-- Over at Westminster school, everything is going just as planned. A second straight year, the Wildcats are undefeated heading in to their seventh game of the season. Hopefully, that's where any connection to a previous season ends.

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If we look back to last year, the Wildcats didn't win another game after hitting 6-0. That's in large part because of a strong region schedule. Unfortunately, the schedule hasn't changed this year, and it will pose the same challenges.

Though, you won't hear a Westminster excuse. They're handling the cards that have been dealt.

"They're no dummies. They know exactly what happened and they know the situation that we're in. We're excited about what we've done so far and we're excited about the challenge before us," Westminster coach Andrew Bryan said.

"Coach likes to remind us, not too often, but often (about last year). It makes us want to work harder...to get the benefits of winning in region," safety Connor Hearon said.

The Wildcats got a boost of confidence from a win against Augusta Prep Friday night. They'll need it against Tattnall Square this week. The Trojans are coming off a victory against the defending GISA-AAA state champions, Deerfield-Windsor.