Wildcats Defensive Coordinator Alex Guerra is a hard man to please. He says he was pleased for about half of Friday (October 18) night’s game at Corsicana. He says the Tigers did some stuff earlier they had not shown before. He says the Wildcats made adjustments and the Tigers did not try the new stuff anymore. Coach Guerra says the Wildcats did not tackle well Friday. He admits the defense got tired from being on the field a lot plus he says many of the defenders play both ways. Coach Guerra says inside linebackers Ryan Carrillo and Eleazar Brena both battled. Senior George Greenway was able to return from injuries and made several tackles. Late in the game, Landry Meskimen made several defensive players. Coach Guerra says he anticipates a bigger role for Meskimen on defense Friday. Concerning Greenville, Coach Guerra says the Lions’ skill guys are very fast. Lions’ Coach Darren Duke calls his receivers a sprint relay team. Coach Guerra says he’s not lying. He says the Lions’ receivers and running backs are good at what they do. He says the Wildcats must bring their A game Friday. Coach Guerra says the Wildcats have to contain talented running back Lester Turner.
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