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Two-A-Days: Wayne Replaces Top Tier Talent, Stay Confident

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (FORT WAYNE’S NBC) – For the first time since the 1996, Wayne finished 9-3 overall.

The Generals now turn over some new talent and bring back 18 players from last year, including running back, Keshaun Fields.

“He’s been a better leader than he was last year. We expect great things. He’s going to be the bell cow for us this year. We will use him more offensively than we did defensively last year. We look for great things from him,” Wayne Head Coach, Derrick Moore said.

The leadership of this team is building.

Players like, linebacker Cameron Webb, say the seniors left the team with some advice.

“We learned really how to compete from last year’s class. They came from 0-9 to 9-3 just like that. They showed us a lot how to compete and how to work together as one,” Webb said.

Wayne will need to play as one strong unit their first game of the year.

The Generals face Bishop Dwenger, the same team that ended their season in 2018.

Megan Salle

Megan Salle is the Sports Reporter and Weekend Sports Anchor for Fort Wayne’s NBC.

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