Windsor Knights ready to build upon 5-win 2014
The Knights started last season strong out of the gate, winning their first three games versus Bethlehem, Holy Spirit, and Young Americans, but lost their final three games.
Windsor scored an average of 36.9 points-per-game in 2014, but will be looking to replace their quarterback. However, tailback Josh Brooks will be returning. The rusher, who Coach Watts calls his “workhorse”, should be a huge benefit for an offense that remains mostly intact.
Last year’s defense struggled at times, allowing 31.2 points-per-game. Watts believes he has a group heading into 2015 that has a lot of speed and a lot of talent. That includes 6’2″, 325 lbs. noseguard Tavis Malikueous.
The Knights will begin their season on August 21st at home, versus Bethlehem Christian Academy.