West metro football notebook: Cashion's Dexton Robertson healthy for senior year

The 6-foot-5, 300-pound senior offensive lineman has been starting for Cashion since he was a freshman, but injuries the last two years have kept him off the field for substantial portions of both seasons.
BY SCOTT WRIGHT AND ED GODFREY Published: August 25, 2012
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The same is true on defense where Crescent will rely more on team speed than size.

“We can run,” Fisher said. “I think we can get after people.”

Senior Preston Walker returns as the third-year starter at quarterback.

“He can throw the ball and can run the ball,” Fisher said.

SOUTHWEST COVENANT

READY FOR THE ROAD

Southwest Covenant is looking to improve on a 2-7 season as the Patriots move into a new district.

“We will be traveling a lot, going to the eastern part of the state,” coach Bill Martin said.

The Patriots must replace all of their offensive and defensive line from last year.

“We are inexperienced,” Martin said. “We feel like we got speed."

A strength for the Patriots should be kicker T.J. Brown.

“We are excited about our special teams,” Martin said.

By Scott Wright and Ed Godfrey



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