Westminster builds a foundation, now look for the next step

Thursday August 15, 2013

Augusta, Ga--A young team and a young program, the Westminster Wildcats broke through a barrier last year earning their first winning season. It was a strong start in 2012 that raised the expectations. Now, the Wildcats are looking to finish the same way for a playoff appearance.

Westminster opened with five straight wins before falling with six straight losses. A big question that still hasn't been answered. Who will replace Tim Nabholz at the quarterback position. Head coach Andrew Bryan is picking through several candidates. Even without a signal caller, the wildcat offense shouldn't disappoint.

"It's a really flexible offense. It's really easy to run and pass out of. Either get some quick passes off or run it up the middle with our big running backs." said Ethan Lynch

"We tell our kids all the time, we talk about success and we talk about the process of getting better every year." added Andrew Bryan "Regardless, of what our record may be, if our kids work hard and they improve then we want to keep climbing that ladder."

In their fourth season of GISA football, Westminster's fate falls to their success in a difficult region. The zero and five region record from a year ago serves as motivation for the Wildcats.


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