Last year, we felt like we heard the circus music after every score. It was an adventure out there because our extra-point game was very inconsistent. So it's a pleasure to be able to watch a kid go out and stick the ball through the uprights, like Jonathan does.

All you could see was his hand and the top of his head.

You hope (the unbalanced set) puts the opponent into a position they're not used to facing.

Anytime you score a touchdown, you feel like the extra point should be automatic if you have a good kicker.

We were not ready for this type of physical game. Bear River is a well coached team and they run their misdirection wing-T really well.

We had to kick off our two best players because of rules infractions, ... The kids probably didn't think we'd do that. Those two were doing things that used to be acceptable in the program, but not now. We needed to make a statement. And the (rest of the T'Wolves) responded real well.

They're all seniors and they just thrashed Center. The game wasn't as close as the score (34-6) made it look. It could have been 80-6. It was clearly a mismatch, so we know we've got our work cut out for us.

That was huge for our program.

At halftime we tried to get that fear out of them and we responded.