‘Two-a-days’: The 2015 Rushford-Peterson Trojans

Season Opener: Aug. 22 at Blooming Prairie

Offense, defense, special teams, you name it – Rushford-Peterson’s Noah Carlson can score. As a sophomore last fall, Carlson returned three interceptions on defense in addition to racking up over 500 all-purpose yards and five scores on offense.

“I am looking to become one of our leaders this year,” Carlson said. “After learning from the seniors last season, I feel they gave us so much experience in just one season of playing together.”

The Trojans hope Carlson and others took good notes because only four combine starters return from last season’s (9-2) season.

A brand-new offensive line is in charge of protecting a new starter under center. Junior Landon Goree takes over after Jonnie Koenen’s decorated three-year run at quarterback.

“We like what we see so far from Landon,” Trojans head coach Davin Thompson said.

Goree takes over the reigns officially Saturday at Blooming Prairie.