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Getting a season in this year was very important to the Campolindo football program because of the immense amount of seniors on its roster. According to head coach Kevin Macy, ots whole offensive line is made up of returning seniors.
Macy also said that this is the biggest offensive line that the team has had in a long time.
“If this year did not happen, it was going to be devastating,” Macy said. “We are not going to have an offensive line like this for a while.”
This offensive line is led by senior offensive tackle Matai Bell. Bell is 6’3” and weighs around 315 pounds. Bell has accepted an offer to continue his football career at Army.
This season, Macy is looking to senior wide receiver Maxwell Weaver to stand out amongst the competition. In the first four games this season, Weaver has 14 receptions for 271 yards and four touchdowns. Weaver has committed to Davidson University and will be playing there next season.
Macy says a big way he motivates his team this year is by telling them that every game is a playoff game. There are actually no playoffs, and the season is only six games long. It is without a doubt that Campolindo is looking to go 6-0 this season.
Last season, the Campolindo football team went 10-3. This year, it is off to a great start, going undefeated through its first four games. It is safe to say that Macy has built a very strong program at Campolindo.
When asked what makes the team successful, he said all the players love coming to practices.
“None of my practices are mandatory,” Macy said. “I know that they will only miss practice if they absolutely have to.
This kind of trust between coaches and players is surely reflected in the team’s record. With just two more games in its season, look for Campolindo’s football team to keep its momentum going.
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