EMMAUS, Pa. - The entire offensive line is back. They have a game changing wide receiver, a pair of tailbacks who combined to rush for over 2,000 yards and a stout defense.
The defending EPC South champs from Emmaus enter the year with plenty of talent.
Harold Fairclough's squad made a rather unexpected run to the league title a season ago.
That's unlikely to be the case this time around. The Geen Hornets will be the hunted.
But this team is ready for the test.
Blake Reed steps in at quarterback after gaining some valuable experience last year.
With that O-Line in front of him, wideout Josh Artis to throw to and the backfield duo of Lubens Myers and Sone Ntoh, the optimism is high.
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