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Players weigh in on Sharks-Eagles game

What they're saying

Nature Coast and Springstead football players weigh in on Friday night's rivalry matchup.

Tadd Govadich, Sr., LB, Nature Coast: "We don't like each other at all. It's a rivalry. We know it's the biggest rivalry around here."

Jacob Martin, Sr., OL, Nature Coast: Asked what he thought of Springstead, Martin said, "I don't know if you'd be able to put that in the paper. It's a big game. …I remember being on JV and seeing that ('05) game. It makes it bittersweet to beat them like they beat us, just as I'm leaving."

Antwan Story, Jr., RB, Nature Coast: "They talk a lot. I don't think they'll be prepared. They can't do anything we haven't before. They're outmatched to be honest. We have way more talent than them."

Glenn Clarke, DB, Sr., Springstead: "I'm loving it to tell you the truth. I'm excited. (Tonight's) going to be real fun."

Mike Greco, RB, Sr., Springstead: "It's just a rivalry team. It's definitely a county power we're looking to overtake. They're an up-and-coming school. But we worry about ourselves more than anything. …We're a much better team than they've played."

Jonathan McCloskey, OL, So., Springstead: "The kids are really hyped about it. I'm more anxious and excited than nervous."

Players weigh in on Sharks-Eagles game 09/11/08 [Last modified: Monday, September 15, 2008 2:49pm]
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