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Preview Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2001 Page 7 pa e6 Has good team speed year to play for a bigger increased visibility. the snaps for Greenville will be Raymond who fills the position The 5-foot, 10-inch senior at the JV level two Wilcox, who caught four passes for 80 yards in Greenville's opener against Hamilton Aug. 24. Wilcox also gained 89 yards on four kickoff seasons ago, and is significantly returns. faster than Williams. Robinson also has a strong arm, but needs to develop his decision making ability, said Grace. One of Robinson's primary receivers will be junior Devin Seniors Jesse Kingdon Travis Kingdon will be the primary ball handlers this year. "Both of them work really hard," said Grace. "We just have to get some holes opened High School season results 6, Fall River 30 6, Loyalton 25 32 Dunsmuir 0 46 Los Molinos 0 28 Loyalton 20 48 Herlong 0 34 Westwood 38 26, Chester 0 16 Fall River 6 48, Princeton 6 12 McCIoud 35 advanced to the CIF Section Division VI semifi- t up for them." Greenville has good team speed, but is lacking in size. The average weight of all the players is 160 pounds, and the biggest returning player, Ryan Meacher, is listed at 212 pounds. Meacher is also the field goal kicker. The Indians plan on using multi- ple offenses with a variety of for- mations, and will also play different defenses, using four and five down linemen. The offense will try to keep its passing and running games balanced, but it will also depend on the flow of the game, said Grace. Because just eight freshmen and sophomores came out for the junior varsity team this season, it was decided to combine the two teams. That put 21 players on the varsity team, with seven returning seniors and seven juniors. Photo by Shannon Morrow Senior quarterback Raymond Robinson will use his quickness to help guide Greenville's offense this season. Season a winning look. The Hair Mechanix "For, Hair That Works" 2176 E. Main St., Quincy * Marsha Mae 283-5778 Paul and Kathy Alvarez, owners LJmas Pines Shopping Center 283-2320 If your car has been in a pile-up, bring it to the repair experts. We'll tackle the job & get it back in winning shape. UINCY BODY SHOP 283-3630 291 Crescent St.. Quincy