Windsor (WBNG BINGHAMTON) Class B in Section IV football is no easy class to get out of, but that's where Windsor finds itself trying to battle for a spot in the playoffs.
After losing their starting quarterback from last year, the Black Knights hope a youth movement can jump start the team. The Black Knights have brought up a number of sophomores to varsity this season. They're guys that coach Tim Hogan hopes can replace some of last year's seniors. Despite being so young, Hogan believes they are players that can make a difference.
"It's a little hard on the younger kids because we do have four sophomores -- two of them, if we had to play a game tomorrow, would probably play both ways and then four of them playing on the offense," Hogan said. "So, it's a learning experience but they're good-sized kids and they're athletic, so we look forward to the season with them."
"They got moved up for a reason. They're good," said senior quarterback Jake Conroy. "They're really good athletes and they're going to help us out a lot. When they're seniors, they're going to be studs."
Windsor opens up the season with a trip to Greene.