Four games in and the team had already maxed out the youngster’s loss column prediction, but that didn’t diminish the lad’s conviction.
“By the way, I think the rest of the way we can win them all,” said Noah Reynolds, Titusville head coach Mike Reynolds’ son. He was walking outside the chain-link fence at Carter Field during a boys soccer game.
He was aware that the football team was about to embark on a stretch of four games against opponents who are struggling.
The younger Reynolds knows his stuff.
Head coach, Mike Reynolds, Noah’s dad, wasn’t taking the Bobcats lightly though. “Nolan Seabury is a good quarterback. I’m not sure it couldn’t argued he’s top three in the district,” Reynolds said about the Bobcats' signal caller. “They (Seneca) have an offense designed to help him move the ball.”
“They just keep growing and learning. It just makes this group such a great group to work with. I’m so proud of the progress they’ve made.”
Next week the 2-3 brown and gold head to Linesville to take on the Conneaut Eagles who will be looking to bounce back after getting blanked by Meadville 57-0. The Eagles are 2-3 with wins over Seneca and Warren so far.
The Rocket’s finally return home for homecoming on October 13 against the currently winless Warren Dragons.
If Noah’s prediction runs true, they will have a winning record when they host tough Oil City with Ethen Knox, who will likely be District 10’s all-time leading rusher by then.
They finish the season against currently 1-3 Corry.
Coach Reynolds has vowed, if they go undefeated the rest of the season, that the team will carry Noah off the field on their shoulders.
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