Cache enjoying hot start to season
By Zach West
Having spent several years in the military, Cache first-year head coach Matthew Seid knows instilling discipline can be tough.
“Our numbers are down a little bit because we’re demanding a little bit more,” said Seid, who took over the job after three years as the Bulldogs offensive coordinator.
But the coach also knows what comes out of discipline – success. Of course, he may not have expected success this soon. Two games into his first season, the Bulldogs are 2-0, and experiencing an atmosphere not felt in Cache football for quite some time.
“We’re not known for our football, but with the group of seniors that we have, and the coaches, we’re buying in. It’s been really fun to watch, the lights are turning on in,” Seid said. “It feels like we’re starting to catch a fever.”
Playing in Class 3A-1, however, can turn a fever into a severe headache. For the Bulldogs to make their first playoff appearance since 2000, the team is going to have to go through teams like Tuttle, Clinton, Kingfisher and Newcastle.
“We’ve got a murderous schedule,” Seid said. “Those four games will tell us a lot about where we’re really at. We want to compete with those guys and make them earn it. We don’t want to give it to them. I know my players aren’t satisfied.”
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