When Former Southern Columbia standout Henry Hynoski took the head coaching position at Shamokin he knew one day he would have to return to the place he won 4 state titles.
Well that day is coming Friday when the Indians visit the tigers at Jim Roth field.
Shamokin Coach Henry Hynoski-It definitely will be weird it will be a change but I love where I am at. I love what I am doing. I couldn't ask for a better group of kids or better coaching staff.
Southern Columbia Coach Jim Roth-It is going to be very strange. Even getting used to the idea of coaching locally that has taken some getting used to being on the same field and coaching aginst him will be a unique experience.
Bob ide: Hynoski has bought that same hard nose attitude he had at Southern Columbia to Shamokin. It has heeled the Indians get off to their best start since 2014.
Collin Bowers- Shamokin senior QB- big attitude adjustment last year we get down kids used to get heads down last year but this year we fight to the end.
Hynoski Different things on offense and a lot of different looks we can show. It really starts with our offensive line. Last week it was offensive linemen getting downfield making blocks, wide receivers getting down field making blocks, wide receivers getting blocks, tight ends taking the right angles, backs running hard. So that what's been getting us going.
Meantime the defending state champs have picked up where they left off winning now 64 straight games. but there is always room for improvement.
Gaige Garcia- Southern Columbia Junior Definitely have room to improve our offensive line play, my myself just hitting holes better and not going down has easy. There is just a lot of things to work on that we can improve.