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The players have felt that urgency as well as this offseason as they’ve worked hard throughout the summer to be ready for the season opener instead of using the first half of the season to figure things out which was the case a year ago.
During San Juan’s recent glory years of consistent nine- and 10-win seasons, it always hung its hat on defense. Rediscovering that fight and desire defensively is a must if the program wants to turn things around in 2018.
“It was a disappointing season, but we learned a lot,” said Christensen, who graduated from San Juan in 2013.
One of the things Christensen observed was that he believed a padded camp in the summer could really help his team, something the program hadn’t done in the past.
— Josh Whitehorse (OT) One of the key returning starters on an offensive line that returns every starter but one.
He’s .818 at San Juan, the best mark among coaches at their current school. San Juan has advanced to the state tournament a record 40 consecutive years, every season since 1977.
(Delta also made the playoffs 38 straight years from 1975-2012).
He’s a really quiet type of guy, he leads by example, and that’s OK.
He’s not up in your face screamer, but he’s helped a lot of kids all summer long by showing up and making plays.”“Just like the offensive line was our biggest weakness offensively, our defensive line was last year but I think this year it’s going to be our strongest point, and I think it’s because of those two coming back and their leadership.
Even though expectations weren’t high with just a couple of returning starters back from the nine-win 2A semifinal team of 2016, any type of losing season at San Juan doesn’t sit well.