Football Pushes for Third Perfect Season

The Antioch Sequoit football team has had some outstanding seasons and last year was no exception. The football team went 9-0 and won their conference; however, the Sequoits lost in the first round of the playoffs against Marian Central Catholic High School.

The 2018 season will be no walk in the park. Many assets may have graduated, yet there are a number of returners and new additions looking to score a trifecta of perfect seasons. With key players like seniors Chase Becker, Dylan Czerlanis, Benjamin Nauman and Zach Grindley, and junior TreShawn Watson all returning to the Sequoit gridiron, as well as the welcoming of the sophomore Kaliakmanis brothers and senior Nick Wiley to their first season in the cardinal and gray, the varsity football team is ready to continue the winning tradition the teams before them have started.

“This year I think our team has a great connection and everyone gets along,” junior Ben Wilson said. ”We have a lot of new pieces added to our team this year and with the great coaching staff we have, I think we are going to have a great season to look forward to.”

Now that the coaches are looking to see who performs the best, all the players want to make a good impression on and off the field. With the competition and pressure being at one of the highest levels it’s ever been, the Sequoits have all eyes on them.