The William Penn football team will bid for a third consective victory on Saturday night when the Statesmen host Trinity International. Penn is 2-2 after a wild 35-30 win over Quincy last weekend in which they rallied in the final moments. William Penn coach Todd Hafner says the team found out that no matter what the situation and how much time is on the clock, they have a chance to win. He says the team stepped up when Quincy went ahead instead of losing their steam.
Hafner who feels experience showed in the final minutes, as the team is older and has been preparing for these situations for there or four years. He says older teams tend to win the closer games.
Hafner is not concerned that his team will be looking past a Trinity International ballclub that is off to an 0-4 start. He says the game was 25-24 last year so they know what the team can do. Hafner says Trinity plays hard and his team knows that and has done a good job of preparing well to get ready for Saturday.