Parham, DeGiusti to get some rest; PC-Westmoore showdown
McGuinness is 4-0 but that doesn’t mean the Irish aren’t making adjustments. Fullback Joey DeGiusti will remain at that position, but will see less time at linebacker. Ditto for running back Kris Parham who also doubles as a cornerback. DeGiusti said the goal is to keep both players fresh. The pair still play on defense, but split time.
At Putnam City, the Pirates are getting ready for their showdown with Westmoore. This game could be over in about an hour, not because one team will blow the other out, but because both love to run the ball. Both PC coach Mark Little and Westmoore coach Mike Whaley played college football at Southwstern under Otis Delaporte who preached defense, running the ball and good special teams.
It’s worked for both. Westmoore has been highly successful under Whaley and PC has seen some of its best seasons under Little.
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