Veteran Shawnee coach says bruised Braves may have trouble keeping up against Wildcats.
VANDALIA — Shawnee’s offense kept the team in its season opener with Butler for one half on Friday night. But lack of depth was apparent in the second half. Shawnee has several two-way players and was worn out in the second half against the Aviators, who outscored the Braves by 28 points.
Shawnee head coach Rick Meeks is worried the low numbers could hurt Shawnee again next Friday. The Braves travel to Evans Stadium to take on Springfield in a nonconference game. The Wildcats have played several two-way players in recent years, but head coach Maurice Douglass says they have good depth this year. [Read more…]