John Marshall Rockets kick off the season Thursday night at Mankato West
ROCHESTER, Minn. – The John Marshall Rockets kick off the season Thursday night.
The team is rebuilding itself this year and they are playing one game at a time.
“We just have to treat every game as if it’s the first and the last. We never know what’s going to happen, so we’re just going to play in the moment and whatever happens, it happens,” he said. ‘Head Coach Kevin Kirkeby. .
The Rockets are rebuilding themselves after graduating a slew of seniors last year.
The team is working on the overall execution, consistent play on both sides of the ball, and getting to their pitches.
“Now we’re playing a little too shy, so we try to get a little more explosive and go after the ball or carry the ball a little harder, go after the passes and so on. They’re scared. make mistakes and they have to stop being afraid of making mistakes and tackle them, ”said coach Kirkeby.
The coach says his linemen have been working hard during the offseason.
The team’s quarterback is building up.
The young defense is picking up the pieces.
The Rockets are gearing up for Mankato West this week.
“It’s a very, very good team, so we just try to do quick shots, a lot of reps. Then after practice, explain what they did wrong, what they did well. try to do it that way just to get them up to speed, ”says coach Kirkeby.
The team will travel to Mankato West on Thursday.
This match starts at seven o’clock.