Southern soccer team continues to embrace next man mentality – News-Herald


Southern coach Matt Duffy has coached long enough to sustain injuries, but it’s starting to get ridiculous.

Already without leader Tyrone Singleton (ankle) from an injury sustained in a Week 5 win over North, the Rebels lost quarterback Colin Quinlan to an ankle injury in a Week 5 win. 6 on Mayfield.

Duffy said Singleton will likely be sidelined until the end of the regular season or even the playoffs, while Quinlan will be evaluated earlier this week.

The Rebels are also without running back / linebacker Ira Sampson for a few games.

“Different children are stepping up. It’s great to watch, ”said Duffy, refusing to use injuries as an excuse. “When you face an injury virus, others have to step in. You talk to your kids all the time about being a team. This is what it boils down to. We are lucky to have had children for that. They play hard.

As Quinlan fell, South turned to second student Gabe Hanslik. He threw for 135 yards and two touchdowns in the Rebels’ 28-6 win over Brush. Andrew Osagie-Erese led the Rebels in the race with Singleton and Sampson taken out.

Despite the injuries, South remains unbeaten at 6-0 overall and 2-0 in the WRC with a home game against Mayfield (0-6, 0-1) for Week 7.


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