PARKERSBURG – The 26th Annual battle against Cystic Fibrosis All-Star Football Classic starts at 7 tonight from Bill Hanlin Stadium in St. Mary's, and all West Virginia stars expect a storm to lose two games. The man in charge of this drought is the Catholic header of Parkersburg, Lance Binegar.
In two seasons that the Crusaders were training, Binegar is adding to the program, and the opportunity to do coaching in this game shows his hard work during a season when his team went 9-2 with a trip to Class A. playoffs Bingar Department share his thoughts about being the online patron of the Slieve against tonight.
“Oh, this is awesome,” Bgargar said about the opportunity. “To be nominated as coach of this game, it just shows how my Catholic program is coming. More people are trying to be part of it, and I like it. ”
Vinegar has good reasons for being satisfied with the growth of Crustaceans. A group of 22 players could turn their roster for the 2019 season. This is the jump from the time that many players had to put in a two-season team. In 2017, Binegar had only 13 players. Last year, 17 Crusaders made the roster for Bingar and his team.
About the game BACF, Binegar has many options at the quarter's quarter, and he intends to run the catalog at times. One such choice is by QB itself, Sturm House.
Sturm was successful under Binegar on his return, as he cut 9.6 yards on the way to senior season with 1,964 excavated yards and 23 of them. Sturm was absent during the Wednesday exercise in the NC football pitch, but Binegar was still trying to talk about what Sturm means to the pre-established program.
“Him and Aidan Stotts were the only two elders I got last year. We are dealing with prudent things, ” He told us with Sturm. “The previous year (last season), and then they came (Sturm and Stotts) returned and brought the kids with them (to play in 2018). It shows in the weights room and on the pitch that you will end the top if you stick and drive the waves. ”
The Catholic head is enjoying his time with this full-star group of athletes, culminating in the rehearsals and fun times. While the line is dominant in the Mid-Ohio Valley, Binegar's crew are making the most of playing together.
“To be honest, I like them all,” Bgargar said about this roster. “We have different elements of the game. I have some children who can do one thing and other children who can do other things. I am pleased that they came out and wanted to be part of this, because it is a big cause. ”
West Virginia is in charge of a 15-10 series on Ohio, and Binegar on the trail will prepare his team for Friday's 16th sweet victory.