The defense is improving. The T-Wolves recorded five sacks on Friday and were more solid in their schemes. The young players on the roster will continue to learn and mature, and the injuries will heal.
Not everything is not fixed at North. The offense is still explosive and the defense still porous. The team is 2-2 and may get hit by a dose of reality when they travel to Yukon on Friday. The Millers are 3-1, ranked No. 8 in the state and bring an explosive spread offense to the field.
Then again, the T-Wolves may surprise everyone. Again. They’ve got the talent, the coaching and the heart and the hustle needed to turn a 1-2 start into a repeat district championship. They’ve also got a kicker who isn’t afraid of the moment.
And - maybe most importantly - they’ve got a taste of just how good they can be.
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