Though Steinbrenner has already become a perennial contender in other sports in just the six years the school has been open, that success hasn't necessarily carried over to the football field. Steinbrenner has just one winning season in school history, and the Warriors have never been to the state playoffs. This year, however, the Warriors are confident that the seventh time's a charm."We call ourselves Team Seven," senior linebacker Patrick Lukert said. "This is going to be the team that sets up our future at Steinbrenner High School, that makes us that program that is respected around the county. And you know, if you're playing Steinbrenner High School, it's going to be a tough game. You're going to come out of there with bumps and bruises. We're going to be that. We're going to be known."The Warriors, who finished 3-6-1 last season, return eight starters on defense, including Lukert and fellow linebacker Tyler Mirabella, who combined for 166 total tackles and could be one of the best tandems in Hillsborough County. Added to that is a wide receiving corp that coach Andres Perez-Reinaldo said is the bright spot of his team. Justin Moffatt, who led the Warriors in receptions last season, returns after recording 427 yards and two touchdowns. He'll have a new starting quarterback in Cason Byrd, who was the backup last season but had a good showing in a spring game victory against Sickles. "This group is probably one of the tightest groups we've had, between wide receivers and quarterback," Perez-Reinaldo said. "Anytime they're not with us on the field, they're finding a way to get together to throw it around, and that's pretty special. And I think it'll show on Friday nights." Contact Kelly Parsons at email@example.com. Follow @_kellyparsons.