Windsor, NY (WBNG Binghamton) The Windsor Black Knights call themselves a young team, but they have plenty of experience to go around.
They return both offensive tackles.
And have experience at running back and wide receiver.
The biggest key is senior quarterback Josh Cady, who will be starting for the third year in a row.
Head coach Tim Hogan says Cady is a great leader and expects big things from him this year.
"He's a good team leader too. He can get in the huddle and call the play before I call it so he knows what he's doing and they all respect him. He's a good team leader like I said and with all the respect he gets from those kids, he can really run the show out there," said Hogan.
"It's a lot easier then when I was a sophomore and junior and I've played with these guys for awhile so I know...just try to lead them and make them better everyday," Cady says.
For the first time in a long time, Windsor will play all the other schools in Class B, meaning dates with Owego, Johnson City and two time defending champion Maine-Endwell.
They open the season on the road Saturday at Horseheads.