SOUTH BELOIT – The Sobos football team enters Year 2 under Sam Cady as head coach eyeing positive strides towards more improvement on the field.
South Beloit won three games under Cady in his first year taking over for Jason Ware. The Sobos haven’t qualified for the postseason since they won the 1-A state championship in 2002, and hope to break through in 2019.
“The philosophy hasn’t changed over the two years since it’s been going. They’re comfortable with it now, they know what the expectations are, so it’s been a great start to camp,” Cady said.
After a run-heavy offense last season, there will be a new dimension when the Sobos have the ball this year.
“We have some very talented pass catchers, we have a great quarterback sitting there, we’ll be doing some very good stuff through the air.”
“Defensively, our front seven should be really strong as they’re going through, a lot of returners in our linebacking corps, really great depth across the defensive line,” Cady added.
South Beloit’s season begins on Saturday, August 31 on the road at Salt Fork.