The War of Alexandria

ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB) - As of now, we don't know anything about the ASH and Peabody game this year, but one thing that we do know is that the Warhorses are feeling confident.

Source: KALB

“I trust my teammates and my abilities,” quarterback Tyriq Miles said. “We don't need to change anything up, just play our game.”

After a come from behind victory against Northside, Peabody wants to carry their momentum back home once again.

“We've just been trusting each other more,” running back Arthur Lavalais said. “We've just been playing the right way and trusting each other to make the right blocks, the right read, and go out there and win.”

“It's not any big game like what everybody is trying to make it be,” Miles said. “It's just another team and another game.”

Tyriq Miles is looking to silence the doubters because he has the heart of a lion. To go along with that, he has a game-breaking running back in Arthur Lavalais.

“Arthur and I, we trust our line 100%,” Mile said. “I trust Arthur and my play calling. There's no doubt going into every game, just trust.”

“I'm just trying to stay within the game plan and do whatever my coach needs me to do,” Lavalais said. “I’m not going to try to do too much, just worried about getting a win.”

On the other side sits safety ‘Bud’ Clark and that secondary that calls themselves the ‘Tomb Squad’

“We feel very confident in everything we do,” Clark said.

Ash's defense is only giving up 13 points per game, but the Warhorses offense has averaged 37 points per game.

What will truly make a difference in this game?

“Execution and discipline,” Miles said. “We have to make the right play, and we can't do too much, just have to limit our number of penalties.”

“We can’t give in to dealing with the media or all the hoopla,” Lavalais said. We just need to come out and play the game.”

“It’s all about just executing, playing hard, and playing at 100%,” Clark said.

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