Football team sees positives from first game

Nathan Breisinger and Liam Belan


Despite the football team’s 48-20 loss to Woodland Hills on Friday, there were some positives to take away from the game.

The game started a new era, with junior Jeremy Jenkins making his first start at quarterback.

“Our receivers got open very well,” Jenkins said.

Jenkins himself also had a solid performance, throwing three touchdowns, an impressive debut stat for a quarterback.

It was not all positive, however, as Baldwin looked rough in a few areas.

“The line wasn’t blocking very well,” Jenkins said. He also said the special teams would work to improve.

The Highlanders play on Friday at Hampton, a team that lost last week despite having an early lead.

“We are capable of beating them if we practice hard,” Jenkins said.