Countdown to Kickoff: The Berkeley Springs Indians

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. -- The Berkeley Springs Indians are looking to get back on track. After a tough 2-8 season last year, the Indians get back a fairly young squad: one that will be relying on their veterans to get them through the early parts of their schedule.

"We have a lot of young kids," says Berkeley Springs Head Coach Angelo Luvara. "We're probably going to start about [twelve underclassmen], so we'll probably be a lot better team in the middle of the year than we will be in the beginning."

"We do have a lot of young talent, and undiscovered people," says Senior Left Tackle Michael Trump. "A lot of them are first year football players, and they're picking up the game very quickly, and working hard."

"We all have high expectations going into your last season," says Senior Linebacker Austin Tyser. "I just want the guys to go out and work hard, and bust their butts, because that's what I would do if I was an underclassman, and wanting to give these seniors a big season."

Berkeley Springs gets their season underway August 24th at Clarke County High School in Virginia.

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