Cougars’ game plan: Contain Tigers’ size, speed



Trinity Lutheran’s football game against Southside Home School on Friday at Greenwood was stopped twice in the first quarter after lightning was spotted. The game ended up being called off.

So in this week’s trip north to play Indianapolis Tindley, the Cougars are hoping to play a full game without any disruptions.

Coach Anthony Levy had scouts at Tindley’s game Friday at Edinburgh, which the Tigers lost 49-12.

“They have a lot of wing-T stuff. They will throw the ball a little bit. They throw really nice fade. They will do some ‘trips’ stuff,” Levy said. “They had some effectiveness on Edinburgh. Edinburgh beat them pretty soundly, but Edinburgh’s defense played kind of like we did against Metro-East. Their defense played really well against them, created a lot of problems. (Tindley) was on the edge of making some plays against a much-improved Edinburgh team.”

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