“This is our seniors’ third coach in four years,” said Carroll. “I use a different offense and a different scheme. Our biggest improvement is that we are more consistent across the board. We’ve done a better job of scoring of late.”
He believes he knows some of the key ingredients it will take to get the title next weekend.
“I think the team that executes the game plan the best will have a good chance,” said Carroll. “The teams who can find their composure at the right time will be tough to beat. We rely heavily on three seniors and we hope that will pay dividends for us.”
Elwood waits until the second game on Wednesday to tangle with the Argylls. The winner of that game will play Friday against the winner of the Eastern vs. Sheridan contest that kicks off that evening’s schedule at 6 p.m. Taylor drew the bye and will play the other Friday semifinal against either Alexandria or Tipton.