(Elmwood) — Elmwood-Murdock football has bounced back from a 1-2 start with a pair of victories over the last two weeks.
The Knights (3-2 overall, 1-0 D1-1) overcame a slow start this past Friday evening in taking a 35-18 win over Omaha Brownell Talbot.
“It was a tale of two halves for us,” Coach Lance Steffen told KMA Sports. “We didn’t quite get on track in the first half, and they had a good game plan for us coming in. In the second half, I thought we played harder, executed better and made the adjustments happen on the field.”
Nine seniors make up this year’s Elmwood-Murdock roster, and it was that group that pushed them to their latest victory. Noah Arent had a strong game with a 24-yard touchdown run on offense and a 26-yard pick-six on defense.
“The seniors have created a great culture for some of our younger guys,” Steffen said. “There are lot of sophomores and seniors on this roster. It’s kind of an odd dynamic,…