That will be one key for St. John’s as the Blue Jays prepare to head to Leipsic to take on the Vikings 7:30 p.m. Friday in a Division VI, Region 22 quarterfinal.
“We have eight turnovers in the last two games, five last week. We have to hang onto the football; it’s that simple,” Blue Jay coach Todd Schulte explained.
As well as deal with an explosive Viking (8-2, 7-2 Blanchard Valley Conference) offense centered around junior quarterback Zac Kuhlman.
“This is a pass-heavy offense revolving around Kuhlman; he has something like 2,200 passing yards and 29 touchdowns, so this is an explosive offense,” Schulte continued. “The go-to guy is Devin Mangas outside and the Chamberlain kid is a good running back that is speedy out of the backfield. They will mix in the run some to try and keep you off-balance but this is a passing offense. Last year, they were big up front and pretty athletic in the skill players; this year, they aren’t quite as big but still very athletic.”
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