CF: You face a Dallastown team coming off a tough loss, tell us about your opponent for this Friday?
LK: I think that we can move the ball well on these guys. We’ve been going hard in the film room this year so we should be prepared for everything that we are going to see. They’ve got 2 wideouts with a lot of speed but we have a good gameplan to slow them down. If we get up on them early, we just need to keep our foot on the petal.
CF: What is your favorite play in your high-tempo offense?
LK: I don’t have one particular play that I like more than the rest. But our coaches do a great job with play calling and finding new ways to get our playmakers the ball in space. My teammates set me up for success every play. And when all 11 guys do their job on every play, we are unstoppable.
CF: I know you are a Junior, but have you started speaking with any schools about playing in college yet?
LK: Playing in college is something that I aspire for, this summer I went to several camps and met a lot of coaches. Doing anything I could to get collage coaches eyes on me. I’m hoping to have a breakout season this year to get on some school’s radars.
Kennel and company will have their hands full with a hunger Dallastown team looking to avenge their loss to Hempfield. I would expect a shootout (that’s all I cover apparently) in Manheim, with names like Kenny Johnson, Hayden Johnson, and Michael Scott, joining Mr. Kennel in the scoring barrage.