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Seneca Indians look forward to a new season

SCHUYLER COUNTY (8/24/16)--It is football season once again, as teams can be seen practicing for their upcoming scrimmages. The Watkins Glen/Odessa-Montour Seneca Indians are entering their second year as a combined team with new head coach Trevor Holland. The team finished last season with a 7-2 record last year and looks to build upon that initial success.
Holland is entering his first year as head coach of the team, which has 25 players attending practice. The team is currently preparing for their opening game at Harpursville/Afton Saturday, Sept. 3 at 1:30 p.m.
"[There will be] no significant changes, only enhancing an already successful offense," Holland said. He added one of the biggest challenges they will face for this year is competing in an improved schedule and to avoid distractions from their day-to-day operations. The team will remain similar to last year, with 10 returning starters on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball.
"[The keys to our success will be] focusing on the fundamentals," Holland said. "Great blocking, great tackling and great ball control."
The coach's goals for this season are to stay focused, healthy and competitive, adding he hopes to keep the team's desire to achieve success through competition.
Holland named the following players as having high potential for the upcoming season:
• Alex Grady -- offensive line -- senior.
• Dylan Houseknecht -- offensive line -- sophomore.
• Wyatt Brower -- offensive line -- sophomore.
• Ryan Pruitt -- running back -- senior.
• Zach Elliott -- running back -- sophomore.

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