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Leesburg High School second year Head Coach Randy Trivers
Leesburg Yellow Jackets vs. Orlando Maynard Evans Trojans, High School Football Game
2011 Leesburg at Orlando Maynard Evans Football Game
Preview, October 20, 2011
LEESBURG AT #10 CLASS 7A ORLANDO MAYNARD EVANS
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October 20, 2011
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On the other hand Leesburg is trying return to glory and add a state football championship to go along
with the 2011 Class 4A Boys Basketball State Championship won in March. The Jackets haven't won
more than 8 games or a district championship since the 2007 season. Leesburg unofficial
postseason starts tommorow night at Trojan Field.
"All our goals are still intact we want to be a playoff team," said Trivers. "In order to do that we still have
plenty of football ahead us. Hopefully we will be better prepared to compete and get some wins in
those district ball games." "That's a goal that we have and that's still very much achievable for us. So
we are excited to be able to improve, work together and go after that goal."
These are the kind of football games Trivers had in mind when Leesburg High School Administrators
petitioned the FHSAA to move up to Class 7A. He doesn't worry about the size of the school or the
opponent he simply wants his team to play the best and beat the best in the state.
"We need to step it up." said second year Leesburg High School head coach Randy Trivers. "We are
the smallest school in our district that might apply a little bit but there are only eleven guys playing on
the field at the same time. So regardless of how many thousands of kids that you got or hundreds of
kids you have, all that stuff. I mean you only field eleven so they are going to have eleven and we are
going to have eleven."
"The way things are done around here is we have got to win in the district to get to the postseason and
that's everybody's goal" said Trivers. It is also important in terms of for Leesburg High School and for
our program to be able to step up and win a big football game."
The Trojans are loaded at the skill positions but with a injured quarterback and a thin offensive line it
may find itself in trouble against one of the states best defenses in Leesburg. The Trojans usually
have no problem scoring they have beaten all of their opponents by double digit except for last week's
three point win over Winter Park. Leesburg comes into the game averaging 29.9 points per game and
has been held under 21 points only once this season by the fifth ranked South Sumter Raiders.